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    neat read, thx Nate
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    Morgan Aste diet, damn
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    I thought Zma was supposed to be taken on an empty before bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBeef View Post
    I thought Zma was supposed to be taken on an empty before bed
    On the same note, so many supplements are suggested to be taken on an empty stomach but then again as bodybuilders we eat every 2-3 hours so we are never really running on an empty stomach except maybe first thing in the morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBeef View Post
    On the same note, so many supplements are suggested to be taken on an empty stomach but then again as bodybuilders we eat every 2-3 hours so we are never really running on an empty stomach except maybe first thing in the morning
    After 2-3 hours, I would think many lifter's stomachs should be fairly empty if they have a decent metabolism.

    I take ZMA before bed. It helps me sleep like none other. I don't know why you'd take it during the day, given that the research years ago showed that it helped raise testosterone during sleep. Maybe it helps during the day too? Who cares.
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    I like Nick's diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beti ona View Post
    I like Nick's diet.
    Simple but too much white rice.
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    I would like to see the cost of such feasting, plus the cost of the jars of supps. (some of us don't have endorsements). Fish in TX (where J. Compton is from, right?) ain't cheap, and fresh water fish is hard to find way down here in South Texas (my city ain't even on some maps....).
    Please don't give me the mercury-poisoned canned tuna answer, either. HQ small farm raised chicken is like $6.50 / lb, grass-fed beef is close to $9.00 / lb... I can't afford $50 per day in meat / fish.... We know the health benefits of "eating clean" (and using clean needles), but what about the economics of "getting freaky big" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX_Iron View Post
    I would like to see the cost of such feasting, plus the cost of the jars of supps. (some of us don't have endorsements). Fish in TX (where J. Compton is from, right?) ain't cheap, and fresh water fish is hard to find way down here in South Texas (my city ain't even on some maps....).
    Please don't give me the mercury-poisoned canned tuna answer, either. HQ small farm raised chicken is like $6.50 / lb, grass-fed beef is close to $9.00 / lb... I can't afford $50 per day in meat / fish.... We know the health benefits of "eating clean" (and using clean needles), but what about the economics of "getting freaky big" ?
    I have never been in TX once in my life lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by justincompton View Post
    I have never been in TX once in my life lol
    Maybe he assumed ur from Texas cu everything is bigger in Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitbull9 View Post
    Simple but too much white rice.
    Yes, but I think 5 meals is more comfortable than 10 or 12, lol.

    I'd rather have Nick metabolism than Cody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justincompton View Post
    I have never been in TX once in my life lol
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX_Iron View Post
    I would like to see the cost of such feasting, plus the cost of the jars of supps. (some of us don't have endorsements). Fish in TX (where J. Compton is from, right?) ain't cheap, and fresh water fish is hard to find way down here in South Texas (my city ain't even on some maps....).
    Please don't give me the mercury-poisoned canned tuna answer, either. HQ small farm raised chicken is like $6.50 / lb, grass-fed beef is close to $9.00 / lb... I can't afford $50 per day in meat / fish.... We know the health benefits of "eating clean" (and using clean needles), but what about the economics of "getting freaky big" ?
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    I spend 40$ a day on food... Sucks but worth the results!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justincompton View Post
    I have never been in TX once in my life lol
    Don't mess with Texas. Drove there to visit family, and got pulled over 4 times times in 6 hours. Searched three times, no exaggeration. They profile people with out of state plates. Lying, scumbag police said I was speeding every time, but I had the cruise set 5 below. Then he tried telling me my factory tires and rims were too big for the car, and throwing off the speedometer. Got pulled over twice in a different car, another time. I can't stand the asshole highway patrols in Texas. They must be busting people for drugs all day, everyday, there. They actually have signs up that say Don't mess with Texas. If it wasn't for oil, and the dept. of corrections, Texas would have no jobs. At least West Texas, the Dallas area isn't that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkwire View Post
    I spend 40$ a day on food... Sucks but worth the results!
    holy shit what is going on in iceland.

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