An avid, fit, bodybuilder lady in Vancouver, who goes by the name of “Girl with No Name,” felt compelled to unload on the Anabolic Cookbook. After declaring that she has had an extensive look at the product, she gives a blanket statement that she really likes Dave’s approach. Then, she expresses some disappointments. Here, gentle reader, are gwnn’s rough-hewn remarks:
gwnn does not pull any punches here. After stating that many recipes are “yummy,” gwnn criticizes Dave for including Splenda as a component. gwnn has a point here. Splenda is essentially a chlorinated sugar derivative. The chlorine atoms fool the body’s metabolic machinery into not metabolizing the attached sugars. Splenda’s glory days are long gone. Shame on Dave for promoting its use. Or did he? Then, gwnn waffles, saying maybe he is just getting confused with Stevia, a naturally occurring sweetener.
gwnn admits she is a simple cook. She complains that Anabolic Cooking has some rather long recipes that don’t interest her. However, there are a lot of very simple recipes that do appeal to her. Some recipes have only 3-4 ingredients, that allow her to whip up as a meal in no time. One recipe that gwnn gushes about, in particular, is “Reese’s Cottage Cheese,” (Hmm, I’d like to try this myself)
Another nit gwnn talks about are the values for nutritional info per serving, but Dave never indicates how a serving is defined.