Travis Cooking Experience – A Lean and Mean Review
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November-15-2017

Travis demonstrates a recipe for Metabolic CookbookTravis is proud of his toned body, and enthusiastically recommends the Metabolic Cooking package. Here, he shows how he prepares a ‘Huevos Mexicanos’ breakfast. This recipe is found in the Breakfast Cookbook, which has 20 recipes in all. The Huevos Mexicanos recipe shown in the video has:

  • 261 Calories
  • 25 g Protein
  • 15 g Carbs
  • 11 g Fats
Huevos Mexicanos Recipe from Metabolic Cooking - Courtesy Dave Ruel and Karine Losier

Huevos Mexicanos Recipe  – Courtesy Dave Ruel and Karine Losier

He likens this breakfast to similar meals used in the Paleo Diet.

 

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This video is useful, in that :

  • Travis explicitly shows all the ingredients he uses for a typical meal.
  • We see the actual work involved in preparing this meal
  • The amount of time required to make this meal. (15-20 minutes)

 

Huevos mexicano

Huevos mexicano – Courtesy The Way of Slow Travel, Flickr

In summary, we see laid out explicitly, what it means to implement these recipes. In review, the Thermogenic Cooking diet and an exercise regimen are working . Like Travis, this is also one of my favorite recipes.


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Travis Cooking Experience – A Lean and Mean Review — 8 Comments

  1. Wow, it really does look like it’s working for Travis 🙂 The food sounds pretty good too!

    Seriously, my only worry is that I’m seeing a lot of fat in that recipe. Maybe I’m just thinking the old way, but I was always taught that eating too much fat is bad. Ist that not the way the metabolic cooking works?

  2. Getting rid of the egg yolks saves a lot of fat from this recipe, and it still looks delicious. Egg yolks actually aren’t that good for a lot of people – they’ve been linked to allergic reactions that look much like the asthma and arthritis that a lot of people suffer from. If you’ve got problems that sound like that, perhaps try cutting out egg whites and see if they improve – of course there’s no loss of flavor if you throw in avocados and cilantro like this.

  3. Regarding fat, I see 11 g fat, from 1 teaspoon olive oil and 1/4 cup avocado. Both are good examples of “healthy” fats. This is discussed in pp. 21-24 of the “Fat Loss Optimizer Guide”

    • I’ll have to read that fat loss optimizer guide that you mentioned. I’m not unhealthy, but my doctor says that I need to cut down on the fat for the health of my liver. He told me that if I can take it easy on my liver, my allergies and back problems will improve. I’ve noticed a link between those symptoms myself, but I guess I was still trying to find away around dieting 🙂

  4. One day, I want to look like Travis! I’ve been really trying to get out to the gym more, I’m pretty active in the summer but I guess my routine of hiking just isn’t up to par with what I’ve been doing at the gym lately. I know that I eat more than I need to, so maybe I’ll try dieting.

  5. I consider myself pretty short on time like I’m sure most people do, but I don’t think 15-20 minutes is too much to spend making a meal in order to eat healthy. Delivery takes longer, really.

  6. I love eggs! I can definitely see myself making this in the morning, especially if take the time to chop up ingredients ahead of time so I don’t have to do so much complicated stuff in the morning. Eggs take no time to cook really especially just whites.

  7. Good thing avocados are allowed in this diet, I love those things 🙂 I’ve heard mixed opinions on avocados. Are they good for you, or bad for you? I hope they’re good 🙂

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