My goal in 2018 is to read one health/fitness book per week. Some weeks are good, some are a waste of a week, and every so often there are books that give you an entirely new perspective on health and nutrition AND THEN lay it out in a done-for-you “this is what YOU should do
Chad Howse’s “The Man Diet” is one of these books.
One of the biggest lessons I've learned from reading other books is that you need to get enough fats from meats and nuts to boost testosterone but the big problem is that if you eat lots of fats, you're getting too many Calories and it's hard to build a lean and jacked physique. The key question is “how the heck do you do this and make it work for us mortal men?” In “The Man Diet”, Chad maps out this process in detail.
This book is split up into a few sections telling you what to eat to increase your testosterone levels, things you can do in the morning and evening (your testosterone routines). I've been using a few of these for weeks and my sleep has been better, my energy has skyrocketed, and my libido is like a rocket (no pun intended). Chad knows what he's talking about (since he used to suffer from no testosterone levels).
This book is a quick read (162 pages), but there is absolutely ZERO fluff and every page has something interesting to learn. On top of this, "The Man Diet" is based on tons of research (approx. 100 references to studies), so you know that it's not just some BS that Chad pulled out of his hat.
It's backed by science.
It truly is a proven guide to more energy, increased virility, and higher testosterone levels. Read this book if you want to feel like a man again.
Chad's method gets my vote (and then some).
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