How to Lose Fat Quickly and Safely Using a Hunter-Gatherer Diet

Are you looking to lose fat quickly? Do you want to struggle to stick to your diet for longer than 2 weeks at a time? Are you keen to try and follow a more healthy regime? Maybe use a “paleo diet” or “hunter gatherer” style of eating? If so, read on…

 

Rapid Fat Loss: The American Indian Way

Living Tribal offers a comprehensive, free e-book using a diet derived from the American Indian trappers of the Pacific North-West. These tribes lived a hunter gatherer existence and had plenty to eat, year round. Even though they were never hungry, at certain times of the year the tribes would lose a lot of weight. In fact, they would eat until their bellies were full, yet they would still lose weight. And they’d lose it quickly.

 

This book takes you through the lessons we can learn from these hunter gatherer communities, and explains why it is they lost so much weight. On this 2 week diet you can expect to lose up to 15lbs, of which 6-10lbs will be pure fat. The bigger you are to begin with, the more you are able to lose in the 2 week diet (ever wondered why the “Biggest Loser” contestants are able to shift so much?).

 

Is Rapid Fat Loss Right for You?

Of course everyone is concerned about rapid fat loss – you’ve probably read before that it’s a dangerous thing to do. That’s plain wrong. Losing fat is actually the most important thing you can do to improve your health. Even in 2 weeks you can improve your blood lipids, reduce your blood pressure, improve your insulin sensitivity and increase your sex drive. Of course, those who are seriously obese should always get checked out by a medical practitioner before starting any diet plan – but you’ll find that this diet uses nothing but simple, whole, nutritious foods as well as some optional supplements (don’t worry – this isn’t some supplement marketing scam, you don’t need them to complete the diet).

 

The second thing people falsely claim about rapid fat loss is that you end up putting the weight back on (plus more). This is plain hogwash. If you use this diet to learn better eating and exercise habits then you can incorporate those into your daily life once your two weeks are up. We provide some thoughts, guidance and options for those who want to extend the diet beyond the two week “Rapid Fat Loss” phase (we don’t recommend using it for more than two weeks). Simply put, those starting a diet will have better long-term adherence if they lose more weight, more quickly – and this is backed up by science. I quote:

Losing weight at a fast initial rate leads to greater short-term weight reductions, does not result in increased susceptibility to weight regain, and is associated with larger weight losses and overall long-term success in weight management.

 

If you have a big event, like a wedding, Prom date, School re-union or even just the upcoming beach holiday and you need to get in shape – this is the diet for you. Even if you ditch the diet immediately after the 2 weeks are up, at least you’ll have lost 10-14lbs of fat from your frame and you’ll be healthier because of it.

 

A Free Diet Means You have Nothing to Lose but Fat…

This is all provided on the site free of charge. Yes, there are some adverts at the side of this page. Yes, there’s the occasional product plug (only ever something we think is useful). But the information here is free to read, download and share with as many of your friends and family as you like. So why not set some time apart to learn a bit about these amazing American Indian tribes, and see whether this long-forgotten diet can get you back into a shape you’ve long-since-forgotten…

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17 Comments

  1. 356real December 4, 2011 at 12:17 pm #

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    • Neil December 5, 2011 at 3:33 pm #

      It’s really really unlikely that a medical cause is the issue for not losing fat fast using this diet. Pretty much anyone using it will see substantial weight (and fat) loss, unless they don’t follow it properly.

      You’re right that carrying extra weight is far more dangerous than a rapid fat loss approach too, and that’s why I’d suggest 2 weeks as the most time you should do such a thing.

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  3. Strong Jane December 30, 2011 at 1:45 am #

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    • Neil January 3, 2012 at 2:58 am #

      Thanks Jane. Diets shouldn’t make you add pounds over the long term – unless it’s the standard american diet full of junk food and packaged rubbish. If you pick the right sort of diet for rapid fat loss (especially one that focuses on using whole, natural and real foods rather than shakes or other fads) then you should lose weight consistently over the course of the diet and be able to keep the pounds off once you finish. Learning the use of lean proteins and vegetables in a diet is incredibly important and certainly something more people should do.

      The other input your comment has that I slightly disagree with is the look at high fat foods – fat in and of itself isn’t a major issue – it’s more when it’s combined with an over consumption of processed carbohydrates and the fat sources themselves are unhealthy (packaged, processed foods). Total calorie intake is more important than macro composition.

      Still, most of the issues you mentioned (high cholesterol, heart conditions etc) can be solved completely through getting your weight down to a sensible, natural level. In that case, rapid fat loss diets such as the one used on this site are far more important and less risky than the alternative – staying fat and developing a range of completely preventable diseases.

      Thanks for the comment!

  4. Heather January 11, 2012 at 5:09 am #

    Hello All,

    I just wanna start out by saying everyone is different. If you follow a good plan and really stick with it you will see great results. Good Luck Everyone

    • Neil January 11, 2012 at 1:37 pm #

      Hey Heather, thanks a lot for the comment. Everyone is different, but at the same time we can all make progress if we pick the right type of diet plan. I’m about to publish a “top 5″ excuses post that will go into more detail on this topic.

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    • Neil January 13, 2012 at 6:57 am #

      Thanks Jamey – I hope the info here is useful for you in your own weight loss journey.

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    • Neil February 20, 2012 at 5:07 am #

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  9. Angie February 20, 2012 at 4:58 am #

    Hi Neil,

    My husband and I are staring this diet tomorrow. A question about the protein..is the weight measured before or after cooking?

    Thanks,
    Angie

    • Neil February 20, 2012 at 5:06 am #

      Thanks Angie. The weight of the protein should be the same – if you have uncooked meat, then cook it the protein content remains the same. The water content will likely go down in cooked meat (meaning a cooked chicken breast would have a greater protein percentage than an uncooked one), but the total amount of protein (in grams) will remain the same.

      I hope that answers your question – if you have any other questions please let me know. And do be sure to drop by and let us know how you got on! Good luck with the diet, I hope things go well for you!

      Be sure to check out the posts I wrote for Antonia in the blog too – she did the diet so it’s a step-by-step set walkthrough of the challenges she faced.

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