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Man Loses 20 Pounds in 40 Days on 'Wild' Diet

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 01:02 PM

In a new diet book, Abel James claims he lost 20 pounds in 40 days by merely eating “wild” whole foods — such as meats, vegetables, and fruits — and avoiding fatty, sugar-laden carbohydrates.

Abel — author of “The Wild Diet” — tells Fox News he didn’t have to starve himself to lose the weight.

In fact, he dined on chicken Parmesan, pulled pork sliders, and bacon burgers.

“When you’re constantly starving yourself, you kind of enter this starvation mode and we’ve become afraid of our food,” James said.

“The Wild Diet” presents nutritional and fitness strategies to engage the body to burning fat. Among them: eating “wild” fresh foods — purchased from farmer’s markets — that keep you feeling full and satisfied — and avoiding foods that are freeze-dried and otherwise packaged for convenience.

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