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on a Minimalist Diet That’s Cheap and Effective

The Consistency Project
The Consistency Project
on a Minimalist Diet That's Cheap and Effective

The soundbite summary: There is unfortunately a lot of negative stigma that frozen or canned food is “less than” fresh. They are not. They should be considered just as good, if not better, in some circumstances.

Topics include:

  • Why fresh is expensive, and the pros of frozen and canned foods;
  • Defining “effective” in terms of nutrient diversity and needs;
  • What’s a cheap #800gChallenge® with the best return on investment in terms of vitamins, minerals, and fiber;
  • What’s a cheap 2,000-calorie diet with 120g of protein and hitting the Recommended Dietary Allowance of vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential amino acids, and fatty acids?
  • The difference between principles and methods (the #800gChallenge® is great, but you don’t need the #800gChallenge® to be healthy);
  • Why supplements shouldn’t be necessary;
  • The reality check: people prefer diversity for sustainability;
  • “Optimization” via diversity of phytochemicals.



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