It works for some. I’ve been in contact with a few people who say it works. Who knows which piece of it is true, but his ideas are common across a lot of recoveries. Even Ozeph uses similar methodologies. CDnuts suggest eating extremely healthy and exercising, which may be what helps people. Every single person on this thread should be eating an extremely healthy diet and exercising as much as possible. If you’re not doing that, you’re not trying hard enough. So if you read this forum and still eat pasta, cheese burgers, and booze all the time, you have failed to try the one common thing across recoveries. Cold showers, healthy eating, exercise, and meditation are things everyone should be doing, FOR MONTHs, not weeks. I’d argue not many of us have lived perfect lifestyles for over a year. If you aren’t eating healthy you’re being lazy.
Also not to rehash this conversation, but I really don’t think he would have posted on this site for years and years to earn maybe $50,000 (max amount he could have earned from pfs folks). That’s the shittiest return on investment I’ve ever heard of. I’m not saying he isn’t a fraud but if I had to guess I would say he had PFS or some other chronic issue. The mere length and depth of his posts would be a complete waste of time for a few hundred bucks a week.
Yes, very true!! I’ve adopted the low carb carnivore diet. I basically mostly eat meat, but no vegetables, fruits or gluten. I’ve never felt better. The carnivore diet is a bit controversial though, not everyone is a fan. But it works for me.
I also take the following vitamins and minerals:
VITAMIN A (BETA-CAROTENE) 25,000 IU DAILY
VITAMIN B-COMPLEX 100 MG DAILY
VITAMIN C (CALCIUM ASCORBATE) 1,000 MG DAILY
VITAMIN D 1,000 IU DAILY
VITAMIN E (MIXED TOCOPHEROLS) 400 IU DAILY
I completely agree. We should all exercise and eat like we’re training to be an amateur boxer. I just don’t get the feeling that many are follow strict nutrition and exercise consistently and continuously like you said. And meditation has been proven to have benefits on the brain.
Everything that has been written about herbs can easily be explained by the placebo effect, people conflating correlation vs causation, wishful thinking, a messiah complex or commercial (fraudulent) objectives.
My huge advancements in my recovery are attributed to the CD nuts protocol.
I’ve adhered to maybe, 70% of what is laid out. Herb cycling, R andro and 4 andro runs, and perhaps the most unexpected for my recovery, was full body tanning.