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Feast Your Fat Away

Posted at January 4th, 2014

Feast Your Fat AwayClick Image To Visit SiteNate Miyaki is a leading fitness author, trainer, and nutrition expert. He’s been featured in major fitness magazines such as Shape, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Muscle & Fitness, T-Nation, and LIVESTRONG. He is also a consultant to several company health and wellness programs, from major corporations to Silicon Valley start-ups. Nate’s education includes a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley and post-baccalaureate studies in Kinesiology at San Francisco State University. Nate is a Certified Specialist in Performance Nutrition and a Certified Specialist in Fitness Nutrition. He is also a natural bodybuilding champion and has worked with numerous clients over the past 15 years as a nutrition adviser and personal trainer. Now Nate has drawn from his unique combination of knowledge and experience to create a breakthrough fat loss program designed for dramatic, sustainable, and lifelong results. Nate’s home base is in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives with his wife, Kalai Diamond.

If you’ve tried one weight loss plan after another and still can’t lose that ugly fat…

And if you’re sick and tired of counting calories, giving up your favorite foods, or living on bad-tasting shakes and bars…

You’ll NEVER lack energy, suffer from “brain fog”, or feel old before your time…and

You’ll NEVER be stuck eating your special “diet meal” while everyone else around you is feasting on delicious, satisfying food—because you’ll be able to join them!

My name is Nate Miyaki, and I’m a fitness author, trainer, and nutrition expert. That’s me in the upper right photo with my 41-year-old wife, Kalai.

I’ve been featured in Shape, Men’s Health, Livestrong, and other leading fitness media. And I’ve even managed to win a few bodybuilding championships along the way.

I grew up with five older brothers and an older sister. They were all skinny, and I came out of the womb looking like a big, dimply potato. My brothers were ruthless…I remember them saying, “Hey, fat boy, get over here!” They joked that our mom must have had a fling with the mailman who kind of looked like Santa Claus.

The nickname they gave me, “Baby Sumo”, dominated my childhood. The constant teasing was humiliating—it made me feel worthless and ashamed of my body. I hated the way I looked…but it also made me super-motivated to do something about it.

I began working out in high school and competed in football, track, and martial arts. Later I added in acrobatics, stunts, and pro wrestling. I achieved good levels of success in each sport, but I didn’t look the way I wanted to. Basically, my less-than-impressive physique was the result of my genetic destiny: a “skinny-fat” guy. So what does that mean?

It means that when I had my clothes on, I looked like I needed to gain some weight. When I took my shirt off, it looked like I needed to lose some flab. Here I was doing all this weight training—and I looked like I had never stepped foot into a gym in my life!

Right around then, my poor food choices began to catch up with me. You see, growing up in a house full of hungry kids and not much money in the bank, I ate a lot of bad, unhealthy food—like gas station doughnuts for breakfast, canned “spaghetti-O’s” for lunch, and fast-food tacos or fried chicken for dinner.

So when I began pursuing my goal at the time of being a natural bodybuilder (meaning without the use of performance-enhancing drugs), I knew I had to change my diet. Bulking phases left me fat, and competitive phases made me feel like I was starving and missing a normal social life.

“Nate Miyaki is one of the most honest nutritionists in the industry. He doesn’t go for fads or crazes—just real and long-term results. His approach is healthy and sustainable, and I trust his advice completely.”

—Sean Hyson, C.S.C.S., group training director for Men’s Fitness and Muscle &Fitness magazines

“Nate Miyaki is the ‘Six String Samurai’ of performance nutrition. Paleo, IF, macro cycling, Nate knows his stuff.”

“Nate does a great job of breaking down what seems like such confusing topics into simple, easy-to-follow steps. By taking the guesswork and mystery out of fasting, feasting, and calorie cycling, Nate makes it simple for the reader to try these methods on their own and tailored to their own personal goals.”

“I unreservedly recommend Nate Miyaki’s work on nutrition to anyone who is tired of fad-diets and is ready to make life-changing habitual changes that work, are sustainable, and show results quickly yet continue to progress and never stagnate. Nate is that rare breed of nutritionist who employs a principled-philosophy to all of his work and as such his work reveals Nate’s passion for science, his penchant for practically based philosophical approaches to nutrition and life with a good serving of common sense…Nate packs a lot of digest-able and usable information into small morsels of rich thought that will help you begin to make the changes necessary to change the way you eat and feel.”

That’s when I decided to try eating a low-carb diet. I filled up on meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, and nuts — and few if any carbs. For a while, I felt great. But then…

So how is it that this "healthy" eating approach made me worse off than before, even with working out all the time? It’s because following a low-carb diet left my body starving for the one thing it needed to help me look and feel great: CARBS!

That’s right, carbs! And I’m not talking about the carbs you get by eating bunches of broccoli and bananas, although those… Read more…

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