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  • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
    the idea is 1.5-2 hours is the point at which amino acid levels start to plateau from a meal; so if we give an dose of BCAAs hopefully we deflect plasma levels even further & prevent the leveling off of amino acid levels; thus enhancing synthesis.

    -Layne
    This response is magnificent.
    Thank you.

    Paul.

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    • layne.
      i am one poor, broke bastard with bad credit.

      i am going to have to start donating plasma (not blood, just the plasma)

      will this be catabolic?!?
      will i lose my precious muscle fibras?
      or do you think it wont rly have any affect at all (serious question)

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      • how often?
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        • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
          how often?


          2x a week

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          • Happy Belated Birthday Layne!

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            • Originally posted by Supernothing View Post
              Happy Belated Birthday Layne!

              x2!

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              • Originally posted by NowYourDeadSon View Post
                2x a week
                i would definately supplement with iron then
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                • layne, where do you get your nutritional facts from for things that don't have labels (grapefruit, sweet potato, bananas, etc...)

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                  • I use calorie king most of the time

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                    • Originally posted by AllGenetix View Post
                      layne, where do you get your nutritional facts from for things that don't have labels (grapefruit, sweet potato, bananas, etc...)
                      there are tons of nutrition sites out there that have that data; i use the USDAs website
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                      • Here it is for those interested. It is by far the most detailed nutrtion database in existence!

                        http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search/
                        Myth's training blog:

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                          Originally posted by RazorRipped View Post
                          I totally agree with layne here.

                          50-60 grams of carbs isn't all that high,but when consuming fat approx 18-20 grams with it,you are in a danger zone for storing excess body fat(unless you have the metabolic rate of a jack rabbit).Most I'd consume (fat-wise) with 50 g of carbs would be 7-9 grams of healthy fats.And the carb sources would be very low GI in nature.Lentils,barley..that sort of thing.Sweet potato is like a cheat meal for me.
                          BTW...belated happy birthday Layne.


                          Layne please clarify, i grew up with the notion that to gain muscle, the standard protocol was after training you should consume a large protien and carb meal, like steak and potatoes or chicken breast and rice. If you trained hard enough, could you not eat these meals regulary with out gaining fat. I love my steak and potato

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                          • I'm not sure exactly what your question is?
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                            • Unlike the palumbo diet which advocates zero carbs for fat loss, could you not keep carbs in the diet with all your meals as long as they are all clean and still lose fat, as long as your trainning is intense and consistent. I have tried going zero carbs and always ended up losing muscle and looking like shit. If it is possible to include carbs in all your meals and still loose fat what percentage per meal would you recomend, and what are the best types. Thanks!

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                              • hey guys, a really really awesome reader of this thread Patrick Dib made a huge comprehensive FAQ for me but it's in a word file. Do you guys know any sites that allow uploads of word files for download?

                                -Layne
                                Last edited by str8flexed; December 19, 2007, 01:16 PM.
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