So I'm going to start the anabolic diet in a week or two. Basically it's a high fat, high protein, low carb eating style. 5 days out of the week will consist of 50-60% fat, 30-40% protein, and 10% carbs. The 6th and 7th day will be a carb up period, taking in 30-40% fat, 10-20% protein, 40-60% carbs. The idea behind it is that your body adapts to the increase fat intake and carb depleted state so that your body starts primarily utilizing dietary fat and body fat for energy as opposed to glucose(carbs). The carb up during the weekend creates a high insulin response, thus filling your muscles with glycogen and amino acids creating an anabolic effect. The increased fats also increase testosterone and GH levels in conjucture with the high spike during the weekend carb up. So basically the majority of my foods during the week will be red meat, eggs, oilive oil, butter, bacon, salmon, butter, fish oil caps, flax seeds. Most of my carbs will come from green vegetables like broccoli, celery, lettuce, etc. During the carb up it will be mostly low GI carbs like brown rice, peanuts, milk, and about 25% carbs of whatever I want. There's no limit to the amount of carbs I can take in during the 36 hour carb up. I'm getting blood tests done beforehand to measure my cholesterol levels, which they will probably drop while eating this way, yes, drop. If anyone's interested in this type of eating I think I can find a link to the book. Lots of people have claimed great results with the anabolic diet.