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My Peasant Diet Featured in The Diet Hack

The Diet Hack by Tim Steele was released today.

He also wrote the definitive guide to potato dieting called The Potato Hack. The Diet Hack covers a lot more ground than just potatoes, but I wanted to let you … [continue reading]

Pivoting Away From the Peasant Diet (just a little)

Recently, I was asked if I am still doing my Peasant Diet. Mostly. But I have shifted my focus a little. The Peasant Diet is based off cheap nutrient-dense foods that have low-calorie density. Whole grains, legumes, and tubers … [continue reading]

Less Peasant, More Bodybuilder

In previous posts, I’ve discussed my version of the Peasant Diet. Check out How I Used the Peasant Diet to Lean Out which was posted a year ago. In that post, I covered how I used a diet of high-volume … [continue reading]

Side Effects I’m Experiencing on the Peasant Diet

I adopted the Peasant Diet in 2016 after Richard Nikoley and Karl Denninger got into a feud on Twitter.¬† You can read about that story in the post¬†Designing a Modern Peasant Diet. The short version is that when … [continue reading]

Declaring Victory! How I Lost and Kept Off 25 Pounds

It was just over a year ago that I decided I needed to lose 20-25 pounds. But before I started on my diet, I knew the challenge wasn’t losing the weight, but keeping it off. That is where many people … [continue reading]

Using Price Knowledge to Lean Out on a Peasant Diet

In previous posts, I’ve discussed my Peasant Diet. It is a way to use cheap unprocessed foods that are higher in nutritional quality to get lean or maintain a lean weight. The foods tend to be higher in volume and … [continue reading]