Regarding John Berardi's article: Massive Eating - Part II: Meal Combinations and Individual Differences... He lists examples of good proteins to eat for the recommended 3 daily meals of proteins + fats (with minimal carbs). They are: Proteins: beef, salmon, whey, casein, turkey, whole eggs, pork Beef and pork are high in saturated fat, and the article has the overtone that if his diet is followed, fat gain will be minimal. How does beef/pork work in with that [minimal fat gain]? Should I eat lean beef/low-in-fat pork (like tenderloin) or just regular ground beef, pork? Additionally, why isn't chicken there (and just turkey)? Can I have white chicken? Also, he lists examples of good carbs to eat for the recommended 3 daily meals of proteins + carbs (with minimal fat). They are: Carbs: apples, oranges, oatmeal, all bran cereals, vegetables, mueslix, white pasta, flax bread, yams Why white pasta over whole wheat? I know John Berardi knows COMPLETELY what he's talking about, this is just a question I have as I've read elsewhere to only eat lean meats/whole wheat pasta and am confused by this. Please advise! Thanks.