SIN Diet – Survival Instinct Nutrition
Product Name: SIN Diet – Survival Instinct Nutrition
“We can eat the foods we already enjoy eating,
even “junk” food, and still achieve amazing results
– as long as we do so in a manner that
supports our metabolic direction.”
“We can eat the foods we already enjoy eating,
even “junk” food, and still achieve amazing results
– as long as we do so in a manner that
supports our metabolic direction.”
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Instead of changing our food (which has little influence on metabolic utilization) to get results, we change our metabolism so food is no longer as important.
The only thing our bodies worry about is survival, even if it doesn’t appear so at times. To mediate this, our bodies run on a complicated system loaded with mechanisms to help maintain stability. All of these mechanisms directly or indirectly influence two overall responses that create the foundation of our metabolism: catabolism and anabolism. Catabolism is cellular disintegration (breaking down) while anabolism is cellular growth (building up). To maintain a balanced homeostatic state, we are perpetually breaking down, building up, or doing both with an emphasis on one. This emphasis is our “metabolic direction.” Every physiological response we experience from our environment, whether it be from the food we eat, the physical stress we endure, or even the medicine we take, can be categorized by our metabolic direction. Understanding how environment changes influence our metabolic direction provides insight unlike any other diet. For any readers who are new to fitness and health, it should be mentioned that this categorization is a novel concept I created specifically for SIN.
The core principle of every SIN technique is to send our bodies signals that work with our metabolic direction. Many popular diets work against our natural direction because they are based on having us eat less and/or do more. When these diets do work, it’s usually because the users are unknowingly implementing the techniques in a manner that works with their metabolic direction. This has caused us to believe that the success of a diet is dependent on specific genetics or metabolisms, but really we all have very similar metabolisms with different strengths and directions. By recognizing how particular environments and foods influence these directions, we can engineer the perfect plan for any lifestyle. Changing the type of food we eat is the last approach in SIN, and the least important. Instead of using food or meal plans to influence our metabolism, we increase utilization by controlling our metabolic direction. Not only is this far more effective, but it’s also naturally easier to do because it requires minimum change to our lives.
This technique allows us to do something that is commonly thought to be impossible – place our bodies into a deep-efficient fasted state, without actually “fasting.”
Delayed Eating signals our bodies to maximize our catabolic potential, our most instinctual metabolic direction. There are many ways to promote catabolism, which can produce both favorable and unfavorable results. If we push our bodies too hard (excessive catabolism), we can start holding onto fat by inadvertently signaling metabolic lockdown. By letting our bodies know “everything is okay,” we can increase the efficiency of our catabolic state. This technique mitigates any potentially unfavorable responses from deep catabolic states, while enhancing the favorable ones. Placing our bodies into this “peak” catabolism can help us lose fat, maintain muscle, strengthen our hormones, improve health, indirectly strengthen later anabolism, and gain many other benefits. The best part of Delayed Eating is how easy it is to perform. This one technique has a variety of methods to choose from, giving us the freedom to pick the best personal route to our desired results. Delayed Eating requires no change in food and no increase in activity and can be utilized by every fitness level.
This technique allows us to achieve a physiological response that is likely believed implausible by nutritionists: burning fat while consuming carbohydrates.
Delayed Loading signals our bodies to maximize our anabolic potential, a vital response for adapting to our surroundings. Many of us live in a modern world with an abundance of food and little need for physical labor. As great as this is for us, it sends our bodies the wrong signals because we are programmed to thrive in the opposite environment. Many of us become ill or gain fat because of inefficient or excessive anabolism. This has led many researchers to think food that generates anabolic responses is bad for us. Anabolism itself is not “bad,” only unfavorable when we become metabolically weak (inefficiency) or send the wrong signals (fail to utilize). Anabolism is a necessary function for us to favorably adapt to our environment. Without this response, our immune system would not become stronger, our fat would not breakdown, and all of the vital mechanisms we need to live would not function. Instead of being afraid of anabolic foods (like carbohydrates), we should increase our anabolic efficiency so they make us stronger, not weaker. Delayed Loading helps mitigate unfavorable responses from anabolism, while enhancing the favorable ones. It is a method that is unlike any other ever developed, and when performed correctly it can promote amazing results. Using Delayed Loading can allow us to eat carbs to lose fat, eat fat to lose fat, eat little food to gain muscle, strengthen our metabolism, improve our immune system, reduce overall hunger, increase muscle adaptations, signal our bodies for peak metabolic efficiency, help us sleep better, and gain many other benefits.
Increase endurance without endurance training, promote fat loss within minutes of exercise, gain strength without size, gain muscle with little work, and so much more.
There are many misconceptions about exercise, and they all stem from an inaccurate portrayal of how we utilize energy. We think increased fat oxidation equals fat loss, but in reality we can perform an activity that produces the greatest fat oxidation ever – and still not lose fat. The popular textbook notions of aerobic (jogging) activity burning more fat than anaerobic (sprinting) activity, and of anaerobic activity burning more glycogen (carbohydrates) than aerobic activity, are both very poor views of our energy partitioning during exercise. If we cannot gain aerobic strength through anaerobic activity, then how did Greg Amundson run 88 miles within a 24 hour period? He’s not a runner, he only trained for one month to prepare, and during that one month he only ran a total of two miles. This seems impossible, but he’s not the only one. Meb Keflezighi became the first American to win both the New York City and Boston Marathons, incredibly and respectively at 34 and 38 years old. What makes this even more astonishing is he achieved this by lifting weights in a distinct manner. Both of these examples show us how resistance training can increase endurance, and the list of “conflicting” findings goes on.
When we start viewing our bodies from SIN’s perspective, we can decipher and reverse-engineer some of the most unthinkable physiological adaptations seen by elite athletes. We can learn from people like Casey Viator, who gained an extraordinary 63 pounds of muscle in 28 days, or how six-time Mr. Olympia winner Dorian Yates went on stage weighing 260 pounds with no body fat, by only training four hours a week. Once we uncover the precise mechanisms that allowed these adaptations to occur, we can build a tool box of methods that allow us to achieve our own personal goals in the most efficient manner possible. The exercise techniques in SIN were developed with an exclusive model that accurately portrays energy partitioning, making them unlike anything else.
Learn why our metabolic direction dictates the effectiveness of our supplements. It is so influential that even antioxidants can promote unfavorable responses.
This may sound crazy, but there are times when taking antioxidants can actually hurt our results. This is due to our metabolism (balance of catabolic and anabolic responses) being closely connected to our immune responses. In general, antioxidants help catabolic reactions. Therefore, taking them when we don’t want our bodies to be catabolic can prevent us from strengthening our metabolism. This is why we can have unfavorable results, even when taking “good” supplements. It may not be the supplement, but its influence on our metabolic direction. When we start taking supplements specifically to work with our metabolism, it creates a new perspective that opens up a world of possibilities. As an example, there is one “elixir” sold in every supplement shop that is taken by millions of people around the world. It is heavily advertised as an aid for performance and recovery. What nobody knows (even the people taking it) is that when used properly it’s one of the greatest fat loss supplements of all time. There are many supplements like this at our disposal, and we are unknowingly taking them against our metabolism. The supplement recommendations in SIN are based on strengthening our desired metabolic direction, making them surprisingly unique.
Possibly the most simple diet solution — ever.
The same reason the SIN techniques are so powerful is why popular diets fail us: our physiological responses are far more sensitive than we realize. Due to this, we can easily set ourselves up for failure when starting a new diet. We are all programed to think dieting needs to be difficult, as if we are living out a Rocky sequence in our minds. We think we need to run miles in sweats and drink raw eggs before the sun comes up. This mindset surely will lead most to failure. Ironically, the easier path that very few are aware of is actually also the most powerful. The 10 Day Plan prioritizes the most effective techniques, makes them easier to incorporate, and significantly increases our chances at success.
Specific environments and foods will have a direct influence on our metabolic direction, which means we can categorize them as anabolic or catabolic. Once we know this, it’s as simple as plugging in the best “influencer” for our needs. This allows us to reverse-engineer the most important factors that affect fat loss, muscle gain, and overall health in our bodies. This means we don’t have to count calories, we don’t have to eat gross “healthy” cheat foods, we don’t have to change the quantity of food we eat, and we don’t have to follow someone else’s meal plan. We can eat the foods we already enjoy eating, even “junk” food, and still achieve amazing results – as long as we do so in a manner that supports our metabolic direction. The 10 Day Plan prioritizes the most effective techniques, makes them easier to incorporate, and significantly increases our chances at success.
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SIN is the ultimate explanation for all of our physiological responses.
Our survival instinct’s foremost desire is to preserve fuel – at any cost. This can be seen in our metabolic direction, which currently causes confusion because of how we perceive the symptoms (expressions) of these responses. A common example of this is gaining fat, a survival mechanism that no one wants to trigger, except when we become perilously stuck in the wilderness. In such an environment we would want to preserve as much fat as possible. We see fat gain (anabolism of fat cells) as bad, but it’s really an unfavorable result to an objectively good response that is meant to keep us alive. Merely using adjectives like “good” or “bad” is inherently subjective and is not aligned with our current perspective on how our bodies actually respond. Let’s look at the opposite reaction: If we increase anabolism in our muscle fibers (grow muscle), this is “good” because we are growing and adapting. What about our muscle fibers being catabolic (breaking down)? Is this “good” or “bad”? One may be quick to say losing muscle is bad, but it depends. If we are stranded in the wilderness with no food and our muscles are catabolic for days – this would be an unfavorable experience, but not a bad physiological response. If our muscle could not breakdown, then we would not be able to use the fibers as an energy source to survive – and we would die. Now, that is objectively bad. If we are exercising and breaking down our muscles under controlled conditions, then it’s favorable because we can adapt and make them stronger.
This balance between anabolic and catabolic mechanisms can be seen continuously interacting throughout all our physiological functions. At first glance it’s easy to view their relationship as duplicitous (i.e., anabolism vs. catabolism), due to the perceived, never-ending contradictions in studies. This has caused researchers and doctors to think anabolic stimuli are “bad,” which is why most people think certain diets or foods are “bad.” In reality, it’s not the specific diet or food that harms us, but our metabolic response to what we are consuming. Our bodies are made to survive in extreme conditions, so our metabolism naturally wants to move towards one direction to maintain efficiency. If we send our bodies signals to be both anabolic and catabolic, or signal the direction opposite of what they desire, we will weaken our metabolism. This can weaken our immune response and increase inflammation, resulting in an increased risk of disease and cancer. This is why metabolic dysfunction is so dangerous, and understanding our metabolic direction can be advantageous. If we help our bodies move in their natural metabolic direction, we can strengthen our metabolism and achieve unbelievable results. These responses dictate how we age, our immune responses, our mental health, our hormone balances, when we lose our hair, how our skin looks, and every physiological response we experience. This makes SIN the last diet anyone will ever have to try – the ultimate diet.
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