PALEO is the WORST of SEVEN DIETS!!! DOES NOT WORK. DON’T LOOK!!!

That’s according to ABC NEWS, MARY HARTLEY, and LIZ NEPORENT.

But Bo—just….’Bo’—is one of hundreds of thousands, by now, who’ve dismissed the regurgitating whores. He humbly disagrees.

Bo
Bo…just…’Bo’

Here’s what I wonder. Women. Tell me in comments your base, animal visceral reaction to those pics, left & right. You saw each guy on the street. I’m not asking for anything explicit, sexual, bla bla. I just want to understand. Just suppose either guy came up to you nicely, struck up a convo, whatever…normal, natural, not “creepy” as I see so often and have zero understanding of. What’s your visceral reaction? I know women—to their credit—are far more comfortable giving attractiveness props to other women—perhaps thanks to the popularity of lesbian porn…I’m half joking—and I have to say that Bo-just-Bo to the right is a nice looking man. There, I said it. No homo. A natural, normal looking human animal man.

Just one of the many hundreds of emails and pics I’ve received over the years, since I and readers stopped listening to media attention whores like Mary Hartley and Liz Neporent. Look, it’s simple. If you’re looking for a prostitute, I suggest you go to a professional, one that deals in customer satisfaction. OK; so, onto the child’s play & fun.

The 7 Worst Weight-Loss Diets

The Premise

Eat like our hunter-gatherer ancestors did by dining on vast amounts of red meat and avoiding anything humans didn’t consume before agriculture was invented.

The Reality

paleo ranked dead last out of the 29 diets in U.S. News and World Report’s most recent best and worst diets survey. Its nutrition experts took issue with every aspect of this diet, warning that it was hard to follow, not effective for weight loss and a poor choice for heart health.

For a Healthier Diet, Go Wild

A true paleo diet that focuses on lean meats and lots of wild plants might be a healthy way to lose weight, the experts said. But duplicating such a regiment in modern times is next to impossible.

I think I’ve pointed this out before. They always say “next to” or “almost”…impossible. In other words, it’s possible…and hundreds of thousands are actually doing that because these whores just never deliver. You never get off. Basically: we have crap in a bag that pays our whore salaries, and we’d rather you sit back and be lazy, enjoy our “wonderful” ride. ….By the time you realize ‘I only got a hand or little-circles-finger-job,’ they’re long gone with your money.

Here’s what Bo—just…’Bo’—says:

When my daughter was born, a little over 7 years ago, I decided I needed to really get on top of my health so’s I could be around when she became a woman. I tried out many diets, some worked a little, some didn’t. When I ran into the paleo Diet, I thought it would be too hard to give up Pasta and Potatoes. I began to take out processed foods and eat fresh. After taking our daughter to the doc for her many issues, she suggested we try a gluten free diet—and that, with my wife’s and my issues, we should try it too. It has done wonders for all of us. After a while of gluten free, and eating unprocessed foods, I realized the paleo Diet wasn’t such a big deal. And now, it has been the one that has worked best for me. I have incorporated a “paleo Liftstyle” into many aspects of my life. I have noticed a lot of health changes, even more after going paleo. Sorry, too numerous to list. The heaviest I ever weighed was 470. Now, I’m 267, more than 200 pounds down.

I feel better at 33 then I did at 23! My next goal is 250 pounds…. I’m going to keep setting goals for myself and crushing them.

I also began exercising, with a mix of weight training and low intensity cardio. Lately, I’ve begun doing sprints when I can find the time. I lift a few days per week in the mornings. I do some light Cardio every evening.

Find something to motivate you and focus on it. Mine is my family.

That was Bo—just…’Bo’—from Liberty, MO.

This is all going to turn exactly one way, eventually; and I don’t care if it’s the oldest profession or not. Nutrition and dietary media attention whores need to begin looking for better ways to make “easy” money (scare quotes out of respect for sex working professionals). They also need to stop trying to harm people.

Even some of the dregs of street whoreiness understand that much.


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9 Comments

  1. Carl on June 30, 2013 at 13:10

    Inspiring!

    Thanks, Richard.

  2. Bo H. on June 30, 2013 at 16:44

    Thank you Richard, for sharing my success! I appreciate it!

  3. Tee on June 30, 2013 at 18:44

    Nicely done Bo, you’re an inspiration to all of us how have a lot of pounds to lose. May I ask how long it took you to drop the 200 lbs.
    Also, thank you Richard for post this. I gives me hope.

  4. Bo H. on June 30, 2013 at 20:43

    Maybe… four years. Could have been done faster… I got stuck at 380 for a while due to skin sag.

  5. Bo H. on June 30, 2013 at 20:44

    But, it has begun to tighten up.

  6. Ulfric Douglas on July 1, 2013 at 02:57

    “she suggested we try a gluten free diet”
    Sometime folk ask me if I’m on a “gluten-free diet” since they can see me not eating the breat and the pastry : I say NO, I consider it (gluten) a red-herring. What do you think fellas?
    I just don’t eat WHEAT, simple.
    By the way I have a friend who only ever goes to whores for a disinterested hand-job. He likes the gum-chewing indifference of the practitioners. :D

  7. Bo H. on July 1, 2013 at 03:42

    Gluten is the protein in wheat that actually causes the “allergic reaction”. It’s also in other grains, it’s not just WHEAT gluten. Don’t eat wheat, is a smart idea for anyone, but some people absolutely can’t. I will get hives if I set my arm down in pizza crumbs at a bar. Corn, hits me about as hard as wheat… it only bothers my gut and skin, not as bad as wheat. I must eat corn for it to cause problems. It doesn’t cause the mind fog like wheat does.

  8. JensDK on July 1, 2013 at 05:34

    When you stop eating wheat for a while, you get much more sensitive to it if you try it again … I grew up in France, the realm of bread and pastries … I tolerated those without much trouble but I never knew what it was to feel on top of things before I went wheat free. Now, if I try to eat some, I feel like crap almost right away and it takes me a few days to recover … now I know: tolerance does NOT mean immunity!!

  9. LutinOttawa on October 10, 2013 at 18:25

    What about the Gliadin component of Gluten causing all the havoc with people’s weight and health?

    It would seem that older varieties of wheat such as Red Fife have much smaller proportion of gliadin in their gluten and as a result many wheat-sensitive persons can tolerate older varieties of wheat.

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