Chaos and Pain Issuance of Insanity 3.0  Nutritional Psycho Ebook.

Issuance of Insanity 3.0 Nutritional Psycho



Issuance Of Insanity 3.0 Nutritional Psycho

Exactly one year after the publication of Destroy the Opposition, Jamie Lewis is back with the third installment of Issuance of Insanity.  Inside you will find completely revamped and rewritten nutrition articles and also an appendix on finding the best protein.  True to form, this ebook is not only terribly hilarious but filled to the brim with expert knowledge on sports nutrition.  
Chaos and Pain Issuance of Insanity 3.0 Nutritional Psycho Ebook.

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  • Joseph Ortiz

    Posted on 19 Jun 2017 5

    "In this book you will learn all sorts of things that completely contradict what many other people (whom Jamie Lewis would likely call "fitspo" retards and then proceed to outlift them with one hand whilst putting their physique to shame) abide by and preach. An example of this is how little protein most people usually recomend to eat throughout a day which is usually agreed to be like 1-1.5 per Kg of body weight which Jamie would say isn't nearly enough. The book is also hilarious and will keep you motivated to eat better thanks to How it seems like Jamie is belittling you and calling you out on poor dietary choices in the text with his straightforward and vulgar style of writing. I highly recommend this book."

  • Matt

    Posted on 16 Nov 2016 5

    "Hilarious, offensive, informative, and get's you hyped to destroy in the gym. It's significantly changed my perspective on diet and nutrition, especially the modern dietary conventions. Applying the ideas and recommendations in the book have me losing fat, gaining muscle, and feeling fantastic. It's worth it simply for it's entertainment value. But there's so much more value than that. If you want to get on the path of becoming superhuman, this book will set you down the path. Get it."

  • Brian Miller

    Posted on 07 Aug 2014 5

    "I recently purchased issuance if insanity, a nutritional book wrote by Jamie Lewis. I'm very pleased with the purchase. I've been a fan of Jamie's blog, and this book is a collection of all his nutritional info from those blogs, plus a load of new info, unlike what you'll find else where. If you're looking for some no BS nutrition info, this book is more than worth it. "

  • kefcorp

    Posted on 10 Jul 2014 5

    "Worth buying for the Stewroids series alone, but every article in here is worth reading. Very entertaining and fun to read, while still backed up by plenty of research. If you have a query about what to shove into your face, you'll likely find your answer here. "

  • Cory Black

    Posted on 12 Apr 2014 5

    "Mr Lewis is a modern day genius. With quick wit and a sharp tongue residing in a foul mouth he has blown my mind on nutrition. From stewoids, paleo, and the Apex Predator Diet. I have not only learned volumes worth but enjoyed and laughed doing so!
    Extremely well written and hilarious insults are wrapped in solid research and will blow your mind. I'm on my 2nd week of APD and though minor tweaks are needed am seeing good results.
    By it, live it, and don't be fat. "

  • James

    Posted on 26 Mar 2014 5

    "If you're doing the above you're an idiot! Stop it. Look around you in the world, obesity has risen with the consumption of shit carbs, Jamie gives you the outline to follow to fix your nutrition problems, but you have to take some damn responsibility and act, or stop acting by eating crap! Buy the book, it will be money well spent and you will be entertained as well."

  • Mark McGuigan

    Posted on 26 Feb 2014 4

    "Lots of good info on low carb diets. I used Jamie's nutritional ideas to cut weight for wrestling recently and it worked really well."

  • Posted on 13 Jan 2014 5

    "Well researched. Written in his usual pull no punches
    style. Lot's of info on several diets, intermmitent fasting, high protein - low carb , high protein - low fat.
    How he derived at his diet, how others can implement it.Cheat meals,cheat days - what to eat at these times. Mentions some suggested protein powders and bars.

    Good book to help you understand all this. You could research some of the other diets if you want more details."

  • Stuart Young

    Posted on 13 Jan 2014 5

    "Explains a ton of elements of nutrition in a simple, easy to understand way while backing up the points with relevant citations. All while making you realise you're not working hard enough at life and giving you a motivational kick in the nuts.

    Great read, and for those with a darker sense of humour it's funny as hell. Loved it."