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A Note From the Author:

There is a simple reason why our diets are not working.

We use opaque methods to quantify energy, like counting calories. A calorie is a measurement of heat transfer, which was developed originally by blowing up food inside a metal container. This measurement is primitive because we utilize energy through complex physiological mechanisms (like enzymes) that break down food – not explosions in our bellies. This one globally accepted perception may not seem that harmful, but is part of an accretion of inaccuracies that distort our understanding of our bodies. These small inaccuracies have built up to what we have now – mass confusion about diet and disease. This has left us with a plethora of commonplace, flawed solutions. Even when a niche diet helps us, we never understand why. Diets that promote principles of fasting, ketogenic, plant based, carnivore, and others, are thought to be unique, or possibly one is considered better than another. Ironically, the reason these diets can favorably work (or not work) is due to the same physiological responses. These responses are rooted in our survival mechanisms and are almost never discussed. The problem is not our metabolism; we are simply sending our bodies the wrong signals.

The vast majority of our current diets make our bodies work against desired results.

The fundamental driving force behind modern-fashionable dieting is the creation of “life-hacks” or schemes to increase exercise and decrease food. The success of these diets will be predicated on influences in our lifestyles that are far more sensitive than considered. A concept that is rarely discussed in these models is how exercise and food restriction can actually weaken (slow down) our metabolism. This may sound absurd because we are told the opposite by everyone, but it makes sense when we think about this response from a survival perspective. Nobody in our modern world wants to hold on to body fat, unless stuck in the wilderness. In such a situation we would want our bodies to preserve fat and even use muscle as energy, especially if it kept us alive. When we try to lose fat or gain muscle, our bodies don’t know that we now live in a safe and modern environment. The techniques in SIN are built around this “survival dilemma” and actually recommend the opposite. Instead of using food to influence our metabolism, we manipulate our metabolic strength to make food less important. Why diet if we dont need to? As unrealistic as this sounds, we can achieve the impossible by dropping this domineering “calories in – calories out” ideology. SIN allows us to put our bodies into a fasted state without actually fasting, eat less to gain muscle, eat more to lose fat, eat carbohydrates to lose fat, eat fat to gain muscle, gain strength without size, gain endurance without “endurance training,” eat “junk” food to become healthier, and perform a number of actions that would go against all “commonsense” diet advice. SIN is the ultimate guide to “tricking” our bodies into performing what we actually want them to do – get leaner, stronger, and healthier.

“I guarantee that the concepts in SIN are unlike anything you have ever read, seen, or heard before.”



What is Our Metabolism?

We think speeding” up our metabolism is good for us, but this is far from what our bodies actually desire.

The only thing our bodies worry about is survival, even if it doesn’t appear so at times. To mediate this, our bodies run on a complicated survival system that is loaded with mechanisms to help maintain stability. All of these mechanisms directly or indirectly influence two overall responses, which create the foundation of our metabolism: catabolism and anabolism. Catabolism is cellular disintegration (breaking down) while anabolism is cellular growth (building up). To maintain a balanced homeostatic state, we are perpetually breaking down, building up, or doing both with an emphasis on one. This emphasis is our “metabolic direction.”

Our metabolic direction causes confusion because we label the symptoms (expressions) of these responses as “good” or “bad.” These adjectives are inherently subjective and are not aligned with how our bodies actually respond. Our survival mechanisms are all good, because they are meant to keep us alive – even when they appear to be bad. We see fat gain (anabolism of fat cells) as bad, but it’s really an unfavorable response to a good mechanism that’s meant to keep us alive. If we couldn’t store fat, then we couldn’t survive a famine. If we increase anabolism in our muscle fibers, this is favorable because we are growing and adapting. What about our muscle fibers being catabolic (breaking down)? Is this “good” or “bad?” If we are stranded in the wilderness with no food and our muscles are catabolic for days – this is unfavorable, but not bad. If our muscle couldn’t breakdown, then we wouldn’t be able to use it as an energy source to survive – and we would die. Now, that is objectively bad. If we are exercising and breaking down our muscles under controlled conditions, then it’s favorable because we can adapt and make them stronger. Understanding how all survival mechanisms are good, even when they result in unfavorable responses, gives us insight into signaling our bodies into doing what we desire.

This relationship between anabolic and catabolic mechanisms can be seen continuously interacting throughout all our physiological functions. At first glance, it’s easy to view their relationship as duplicitous, due to our perceived, never-ending contradictions in studies. Our bodies are made to survive in extreme conditions, so our metabolic direction is meant to be efficient. If we send our bodies signals to be both anabolic and catabolic, or signal the direction opposite of what they desire, this can weaken responses for both directions. A deeper look shows just how intertwined they truly are, in a constant yin and yang balance. Too much of either will weaken the other, while strengthening one can greatly increase the power of the other. If we help our bodies move in their natural metabolic direction, we can strengthen our metabolism and achieve unbelievable results. Specific environments and food will have a direct influence on our metabolic direction, which means we can categorize them as anabolic or catabolic. Once we know this, it’s as simple as plugging in the best “influencer” for our needs. This allows us to reverse-engineer the most important factors that affect fat loss, muscle gain, and overall health in our bodies. This means we don’t have to count calories, we don’t have to eat gross “healthy” cheat foods, we don’t have to change the quantity of food we eat, and we don’t have to follow someone else’s meal plan. We can eat the foods we already enjoy eating, even “junk” food, and still achieve amazing results – as long as we do so in a manner that supports our metabolic direction.

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Instead of changing our food (which has little influence on metabolic utilization) to get results, we change our metabolism so food is no longer as important.


This technique allows us to do something that is commonly thought to be impossible – place our bodies into a deep-efficient fasted state, without actually “fasting.”


This technique allows us to achieve a physiological response that is likely believed implausible by nutritionists: burning fat while consuming carbohydrates.


Increase endurance without endurance training, promote fat loss within minutes of exercise, gain strength without size, gain muscle with little work, and so much more.


Learn why our metabolic direction dictates the effectiveness of our supplements. It is so influential that even antioxidants can promote unfavorable responses.


Possibly the most simple diet solution — ever.


Easy Access On All Devices

SIN is available as an instant download ebook in every format needed to allow it to be read on any device. This means it can be uploaded to any PC, laptop, cellphone, or ebook reader, including Apple and Kindle. After your purchase you have instant access, you can transfer it to as many devices as you like, and you can print out pages.


Our Metabolic Direction Affects Our Health

If you are overweight, its likely not your fault.

We (a collective noun describing all of us – researchers, doctors, and the public) currently see our metabolism from an individualistic perspective, as if we are each born with a set processing system. This is fundamentally incorrect. For SIN alone, I’ve read close to 10,000 research articles (over 1,000 of which are cited in SIN) and observed confusion therein when an outcome does not match traditional thinking. We label these responses as “inverse,” “adverse,” “paradoxical,” “contradictory,” or “opposing.” This status quo has created a widespread fallacious acceptance of what we know to be true in medicine, disease, obesity, cancer, metabolic dysfunction, basic fundamentals of energy utilization, fitness, and nutrition. If this is not true, then why are obesity, cancer, and other diseases increasing more than ever while our health, wellness, and technological markets are also accelerating? Instead of pigeonholing the reaction as something unusual, we should reexamine our beliefs so that reaction makes sense.

SIN is the ultimate explanation for all of our physiological responses.

The same metabolic responses that are signaled in people living drastic sedentary lifestyles can also be found in extreme endurance athletes. This seems conflicting, but it makes sense when we view our bodies from a survival perspective. Both environments will signal the body that something is wrong, promoting a form of metabolic shutdown. This is why the commonplace advice of “eat less – exercise more” does not work for many, especially those suffering from metabolic dysfunction who are gaining fat due to the very dysfunction in the first place! So what do those persons do? They eat less. What happens? Nothing, or they gain more weight. And then they give up. The worst part is them thinking they are broken because there is something wrong with their metabolism, while all along the diets they tried were rigged to work against deep evolutionary adaptations, stacking any chance of success against them! This does not have to be the case. Instead of letting our bodies control the outcome, we can utilize these “paradoxical” responses to our advantage.

When I first started sharing the Delayed Eating technique with people years ago, everyone thought I was crazy. Now there are researchers using similar protocols to study their positive influences on cancer and disease. We have more control over our metabolism, our health, and even our genes than current medical ideologies would lead us to believe. Once we understand how all our physiological responses are connected with survival mechanisms, we can influence responses that seem impossible. One of many examples of this (further discussed in SIN) is how Wim Hof naturally fought a virus that researchers injected people with in order to test immune responses. After the researchers told him he was an exception, as they did not think it was possible, he had a group of volunteers try his techniques for a few days. Afterwards, all the volunteers were also able to naturally fight the virus! This is why SIN does more than help us lose fat, gain muscle, and increase performance. These mechanisms dictate how we age, our immune responses, our mental health, our hormone balances, when we lose our hair, how our skin looks, and every physiological response we experience. This makes SIN the last diet anyone will ever have to try – the ultimate diet.

Because I’m Claiming to Have the “Ultimate” Diet, I Offer a Guarantee and Price Disclosure Unlike Any Other:




Get a Full Refund if You Don’t Agree With Any of These Statements After Reading SIN:

  • SIN is unlike any other diet I have ever read, seen, or heard.

  • SIN progresses our understanding of our bodies, medicine, and health.

  • SIN showed me how to lose fat without changing what type of food I eat.

With a guarantee like this, SIN has to fulfill large expectations. When I first started sharing some of my research findings that offer insight to progressing health in a profound manner (which is covered in SIN), some people told me I should try to protect the information. This was said as if I should be concerned about people stealing it, which I found confounding. If I have any information that can help others who are sick, why on earth would I ever restrict it? My main focus with SIN is to spread the information. For me to get the most help possible, I use ClickBank for processing. ClickBank is one of the largest information and ebook processors in the world, and allows others to help me sell SIN.


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Instead of prioritizing the amount of money I can make, my main objective is to sell the most copies possible. This is why I offer 75% commission (the highest amount I can offer through ClickBank) for those who help me sell SIN. The price of SIN is the lowest I can offer to purchasers (hopefully you), while still keeping it attractive for affiliates to sale.

Below are some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) with answers. Thank you for your interest!

What is the SIN Diet or Survival Instinct Nutrition Diet?2021-02-16T20:54:28+00:00

The SIN Diet or Survival Instinct Nutrition Diet is a program with techniques that use our bodies’ natural survival mechanisms to lose fat, gain muscle, and increase our metabolic strength. The techniques are derived from research, case studies, and over 10 years of personal and secondhand experiences, creating a dramatic formula for success that is unlike any other diet ever created.

Why do you call Survival Instinct Nutrition the SIN Diet?2021-02-16T20:55:17+00:00

Using the acronym SIN felt fitting because of what we are allowed to do when using the plan. We can eat what is traditionally labeled as “cheat food” while still losing fat, we can consume food while “fasting” to enhance the fast, and we can perform other acts that go against popular diet protocols that would be considered “bad” for us.

Who is the SIN Diet suitable for?2021-02-16T20:55:56+00:00

Survival Instinct Nutrition is suitable for people of all genders, all ages, and all body types. SIN is great for general goals like losing fat and gaining muscle, or specific goals like gaining strength without size. Due to the conceptual outline of the program and it being based on strengthening our metabolism, everyone can greatly benefit from the guidelines. The program has had a 100% success rate for all participants who followed the techniques.

How much weight can I lose using the SIN Diet?2021-02-16T20:56:26+00:00

This will vary greatly depending on metabolic strength, lifestyle, and other factors outlined in SIN. Even though a core concept of SIN is increasing the use of fat as energy, weight loss is not necessarily the primary goal. Muscle is much denser than fat, so we can lose fat without it showing on the scale. This is a very common and a natural occurrence when we strengthen our metabolism; we become leaner (gain muscle and lose fat). A much better indicator of fat loss is dropping sizes in our waist line.

Won’t the weight just come back?2020-12-11T06:09:13+00:00

The same food that caused us fat gain before starting SIN may no longer do so after strengthening our metabolism. Furthermore, the techniques in SIN were designed to create the largest impact with the smallest changes. This makes the program very manageable and easy to incorporate into any lifestyle.

Can I use this program if I am on a special diet? Is there a loading phase?2021-02-16T20:56:45+00:00

Absolutely! There is no set dietary requirements for SIN. The techniques are made to adjust to our needs instead of vice versa as with most diets. This is why so many different types of people succeed with SIN. There is no loading phase and no need to buy any different food. It’s as easy as implementing a few simple techniques.

Do I get a copy of the book in the mail?2021-02-16T20:57:02+00:00

There are many benefits with getting an ebook over a paper book. It saves time and money (from printing and shipping costs) and you can start learning the techniques of SIN right now. SIN is available as an instant download ebook that can be read on any PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android, Smartphone, Tablet, or E-Reader. After your purchase you have instant access, you can transfer it to as many devices as you like, and you can print out pages.

What is your return policy?2021-02-16T20:57:32+00:00

If you don’t like the book, you get a refund. It’s that simple. I offer a 30 day money back guarantee, which gives you time to try SIN. You don’t have to give me any explanation (unless you want to – I’m always open to feedback). Simply let me know you want a refund and you’ll get your money back.

How can I start the SIN Diet?2021-02-16T20:58:15+00:00

Just click on the GET IT NOW button above and you will be able to download the SIN Diet right now. You can make payment via PayPal, Credit Card, Debit Card, E-Cheque, or Bank Transfer and the SIN Diet will be in your hands less than two minutes after payment!


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