The doctor recommends 1g of protein/2.5g-3.5g of fat and 0.5g of carbs per 1 kg (2.2 pounds) of ideal (height - 100 cm/39 inches).
Peter over at Hyperlipid seems to be following some version of his approach and Kurt Harris promised a post about this diet a while back but we still await.
Any followers here ? I'm thinking about getting his book.
I tried this, and massively over-ate fat. After about a week with a 2.5lb. gain, I quit.
Fat does not provoke satiety the same way protein does, at least for me.
Check out lowcarber.org - there's pages and pages of forum posts and experiences there.
I dislike any % guides
I enjoy eating real food and knowing that my body will tell me when to eat more and cravings tell me what to eat, I specifically crave meat at times. I get butter/coconut oil cravings sometimes too
I eat vegetables to restore my glycogen and a as yet to be determined vitamin requirements
I conciously choose to eat fish when I know my O6 is bad from food choices
I follow Dr. Kwasniewski's ratios for weight loss:
.8g Protein per KG of Ideal weight, .3 - .5g Carb per KG of Ideal weight, 1.5 - 2 grams of Fat per gram of Protein.
I am pleased with how I feel on these ratios.
Ideal weight is calculated thusly:
Height in cm. minus 100.
Example 180 cm - 100 = 80Kg. This formula is for calculating protein. Dr. K recommends eating this amount, plus or minus 10 percent.
Peter Dobromylskyj gives many insights and ideas about Dr. K's diet, at Hyperlipid.
I don't eat grains, legumes or vegetable oils, sugar/honey, artificial anything, packaged/prepared foods, etc.
I eat liver once or twice a week, have yet to try kidneys. No access yet to ruminant brain or tongue.
Drinking bone broth and meat stock, as Dr. K recommends. Finding it very strengthening.
Also use a Berkey water filter with the cartridges for removing chlorine and fluoride.
It is possible to read Dr. K's website using Google translator:
It might be possible to get Dr. K's books through interlibrary loan.
There is no such thing as “listening to your body” ! And especially it cannot be on real paleo diet. Do you think our ancestors listened to their bodies? I don’t think so. Raw data from Inuits and Masai clearly shows ratios. Fat 80% /protein 20% and 60-70%/30-40% (whenever possible). If you want to listen to your body go for seven days on 1000 kcal with a good amount of exercising and then on the 8t day prepare a meal made of unlimited quantities of fat, protein and carbs (veggies and fruits). Make sure you know how many grams of particular food you have on the plate. You will find yourself eating fat like crazy! Kwasniewski’s diet is ok but only for first few months when used as a healing diet. For long term run, for most of us, there is not enough of proteins and for less active, too much of fat. We have to remember that our modern lifestyle isn’t PALEO at all. So if someone wants to eat a high-fat diet, he should get an adequate amount of physical activity. 1 gram of proteins per one kg of body weight is a minimum. Exact ratios of dr. Kwasniewski diet are 0,8-1:2-3,5:0,8. Normally, a majority of dieters is on 0,8:2,5:0,8. Another important point to note is that Kwasniewski’s Optimal Diet MUST be made of highest quality foods. Commercial lard isn’t good at all, we all know how pigs eat (lard=lack of vitamin E and too much PUFAs, which is a very dangerous combo). There is too much pork also so beef and lamb should be a prime meat on a plate. Cream is ok but whenever possible it should be grass fed. And finally to make this diet safe, we should add to it a fairly large amounts of green vegetables (spinach, celery, collard greens, parsley) and garlic and onions. Supplementation of o-3 is strongly recommended also.
I agree with Gudrii. Very good notes! Practices more people and me show the same. To make this diet safe I should strongly recommended during diet time fairly - min.2 times weekly - large amounts of vegetables (important is also fibre, this diet is poor). Aplication this diet long time bring more people difficulties, I know also deadly case.
Here, it's not exactly intuitive throwing out a formula and trying to understand it. Here's what a 75kg guy will be eating:
TC sounds about right for a 75kg guy with normal activity. OD seems to be a ketogenic diet; most people will be ketogenic at 38g total or even net carbs. At 75g protein, OD seems to practice protein restriction ... perhaps for longevity.
Actually, if you do some search on OD you'll see that many who followed the diet in Poland fell prety to stomach and colon cancer. There was some speculation that this may have been due to mucosal deficiency caused by not enough carbs and protein calories. I can believe it, as I dry out completely when I eat sub 50g carbs.
i've been on dr Kwasniewski's diet for the last 12 or 13 years at least. Since I am rather healthy (56y/o) and slim - always around 50kg as when I was 22, the reason was to keep healthy just in case because I read his book out of curiosity and what he wrote in his books made so much sense to me. Yet I don't measure out the exact proportion of products, generally eat at least 2 eggs daily, pure butter, cream, pure cheeses, fatty meat, bacon, stock soup always but not included bone marrow as since I've moved back to PL last year (after 26 years in AU) - I find it hard to get them - go West for a better price I suppose. All other additions to make tasty meal like olives, mushrooms, cabbage, tomatoes, etc etc, and based on my experience I strongly recommed to really give it a go and check it out. I'm so used to it that can't imagine to eat any other products, though sometimes I do have a potatoe, or a bit of bread just for a diversity - but that's only tiny addition. Stock soup is my base (alwasy fatty and reach), frozen in biggish cups and I only add while warming for eating - either an agg, or some fresh white cheese (not available in AU or DE, but could be Philadelfia), or mixture of nuts, or dill cucumbers, or tomatoe paste, there're really many options to choose from. It's not cheaper but I feel much healthier.
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