We’re 6 weeks in to ABC’s My Diet Is Better Than Yours, and The Wild Diet is dominating the competition. Kurt has lost a total of 50 pounds in 6 weeks, is off all of his prescription medications, and has dropped significantly more body fat than any other contestant! We’re in first place, baby.
In case you missed it, Kurt and I won 1st place in 2 events straight out of the gate by dropping 21 pounds in 2 weeks with The Wild Diet while eating delicious foods like bacon cheeseburgers, chocolate, and even putting a hunk of grass-fed butter in his fresh-roasted coffee!
Homemade bone broth is one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet. It’s a powerful weight-management tool — it keeps your joints lubricated, provides your bones with necessary nutrients, and makes your skin soft and elastic.
When gathered around the table at the end of the day, we always knew where our dinner had come from. The greens, broccoli and carrots had been freshly picked just minutes before; sweet, spicy and savory flavors were grown in our mom’s carefully-tended herb garden; and the eggs were produced by the dwindling flock of chickens that had managed to outwit the neighborhood dogs.
Life just wouldn’t be the same without decadent treats like chocolate cheesecake. And when you make yours with real food, Wild Diet friendly ingredients, you really can “have your cake and eat it, too.”
Slathered in Chimichurri sauce, this steak comes together in minutes but tastes like you slaved all day. Serve it with your favorite roasted veggie like Brussels sprouts (pictured) or a big salad.
This juicy burger has bacon on it… and in it! Laid on top of fresh lettuce and topped with the classic onion-and-tomato combo, you can be sure that burger night just got a little bit baconer—I mean, better.
So, you thought you had to give up Italian food on The Wild Diet? Think again. This classic Italian dish is so rich and full of flavor that you’ll never want to go back to a boring old plate of spaghetti and bread again.
Ever since the World Health Organization (WHO) released their red and processed meat “recommendations,” there’s been a ton of misinformation running rampant about steaks, burgers, and bacon. I’m still eating red meat, and here’s why.