Dr. Sears' #1 "Rule"

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

A revealing study found something very important. For some reason, I find that people have a hard time believing it. But because it is so valuable, let’s see if I can convince you…

People who eat low-carb, high-protein diets lose fat and gain muscle.1

In fact, in this study, the people who ate a high-protein diet shed seven pounds in six weeks. The group who followed a standard diet didn’t drop any weight. And, the high-protein group simultaneously gained twice as much muscle.

Protein gives you the feeling that you’re full, more so than carbs or fat. Why? Because protein boosts your sensitivity to a hormone called leptin. This hormone tells your brain that you’re full. As a result, you feel satisfied. Overeating stops.

Here are some guidelines for adding protein to your diet…

  1. Foods that are high in protein are the most delicious. Meat and eggs are your best sources. If possible, eat grass-fed beef. The flavor is great, and it’s far better for you because it has the right kinds of fats. Eggs are the perfect food. I eat them everyday. They are the “gold standard” by which we rate all other protein. This means that all of the amino acids are there in the ratios you need in one place. For best results, eat eggs that come from free-range chickens.
  2. The standard recommendation is 50 to 60 grams of protein a day. But Americans in general eat far too little protein, so these numbers are far too low. To reduce your appetite – and shed weight – try one gram of protein for every pound of lean muscle. If you weigh 180 pounds and have 20 percent body fat, you have 144 pounds of lean muscle mass. So shoot for 144 grams of protein a day. If you don’t know your body fat percentage, the average man is between 15 and 18 percent, and the average woman is between 18 and 22 percent.
  3. If you’re not getting enough protein, supplementing with protein powder can be a big help. A protein shake after working out is a reliable way to boost your protein intake and help build new muscle as part of your strength-training program.

    Whey protein is the best. But here’s the problem: Commercial protein powders come from grain-fed cattle. By the time they reach maturity, grain-fed cattle are sick and diseased.

    The whey protein cultivated from grain-fed cows is compromised and denatured. You get all the hormones and antibiotics that were pumped into the cow, which may be in a more concentrated form.

I have a solution:

Grass-fed whey protein.

Grass-fed whey protein comes from free-roaming, pasture-fed cows. They enjoy a grass-only diet with no exposure to chemicals, toxins, or other dangerous drugs.

The whey protein from grass-fed cows is fresh and potent.

Equally impressive is what you won’t find: No high-fructose corn syrup… no trans fats… no gluten… no soy protein… no aspartame or artificial sweeteners… just the cleanest, most powerful source of whey protein available.

We just received our first batch here at the office, and already I have two bottles on my desk waiting to come home with me.

This is big news. We’ve been waiting for over a year to find the right supplier and get the best possible grass-fed whey… it’s a lot harder than you think. Grass-fed whey protein is not easy to find.

But what a difference it makes!

What I have sitting right here in front of me is potent. I’m very excited about the quality. You can feel it.

Over-consuming protein is one of the easiest, most reliable ways of triggering high-speed fat loss. In addition, you’ll guarantee your body has the building blocks it needs for optimum health.

This grass-fed whey protein gives you a distinct energy boost, and I noticed a slimming effect around my belly.

It’s such high quality, it simply doesn’t compare to anything else on the market.

This grass-fed whey will immediately become part of your workout routine… and even if you’re not doing PACE, it will help you slim down and get lean as part of a high-protein diet. And it will help add much needed new muscle as part of a strength-training program.

I suggest you pick up a bottle right now…

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

  1. Phinney S. Ketogenic diets and physical performance. Nutrition & Metabolism. Aug 2004. 1:2