This Is a Special Bonus Episode Of The Fat-Burning Man Show
It’s just me with my book and a mic. Different, right?
Here’s what’s up– I’ve gotten a lot of questions recently from people who keep up with the blog and the show about what exactly is The Wild Diet.
You just kind of want me to talk about it, and explain it, so I am!
I never want to push you to buy anything (which is exactly why my show is commercial-free), but I put a lot of effort into this project to create the only diet book you’ll ever need.
Diet books are usually really boring and not helpful in the long run. Why? Because there is no such thing as a new diet. Seriously—go Google search “diet” right now… chances are you just pulled up like fifteen billion results, most of which are just trying to sell you a product.
The philosophy of The Wild diet is to honor the natural rhythms of your body, and get food as close to its source as possible. This isn’t a diet book, but a book about how to reclaim your health by following the laws of nature.
In this podcast I’m going to read you whole sections of the book—including a juicy bit about the Big Food Industry and how America became fat and sick. I do pick apart the processed food business in a whimsical, funny way that hopefully keeps you informed and entertained.
Plus, there’s loads of actionable advice– from how to get ripped only working out minutes a day, to feeding your dog on a Wild Diet. There are also more than 50 of our favorite recipes, including mint chocolate chip ice cream and chicken parmesan.
So, take a listen to this short bonus podcast and then go check out some of the reviews on Amazon or iBooks, or wherever you book shop online. I’m really humbled and thrilled at the response. Here’s just a taste of what people are saying:
If you’re interested in picking up your own copy of The Wild Diet, it’s sold at most book stores and anywhere you buy books online:
Or just go to www.wilddietbook.com and click on your favorite retailer to get your copy now.
Then, once you read it, please make sure you leave a review and let me know how you liked it. I read every single review and take them very much to heart—using what you tell me for podcasts, blogs, and books going forward.