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  • Originally posted by sugardaddy69 View Post
    Layne, I have a question what are your oppinions on l-carnitine should I supplement with it doing clean bulk and how much should be taken for a person that is about 83 kgs with less than 10% bf.

    I am planning on going up clean to 87kgs,

    Have been thinking of L-carnitine upon waking post workout and b4 bead what are your learned and scientific oppinions on it.
    there is some evidence that L-carnitine tartrate can increase androgen receptor density at a 2g/day dose
    BioLayne LLC
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    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
      there is some evidence that L-carnitine tartrate can increase androgen receptor density at a 2g/day dose
      Is regualr form of L-carnitine useless, for example in fat burning as it helps utilize fats?

      I mean would you recomend regular, cause I have no access to tartate form, as a supplement, and how to use it best, or just forget it and spend the money elsewhere.
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      • layne,

        do you think 100g of lean red meat daily is carcinogenic ?

        i've read that to much red meat can cause colon cancer

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        • correlation studies show meat causes cancer because

          1) most cuts people eat are super fatty. You are probably eating lean cuts and therefore not a big deal

          2) most people who eat a lot of meat eat very little fiber. as a bodybuilder you probably eat plenty and therefore again; it doesn't apply to you

          3) meat when charred can form polyaromatic hydrocarbons in the charred portions which are carcinogenic. So simply don't burn your meat and if it is charred; cut the charred portions off
          BioLayne LLC
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          • correlation studies show meat causes cancer because

            1) most cuts people eat are super fatty. You are probably eating lean cuts and therefore not a big deal

            2) most people who eat a lot of meat eat very little fiber. as a bodybuilder you probably eat plenty and therefore again; it doesn't apply to you

            3) meat when charred can form polyaromatic hydrocarbons in the charred portions which are carcinogenic. So simply don't burn your meat and if it is charred; cut the charred portions off
            BioLayne LLC
            PhD, Nutritional Sciences
            Scivation Athlete
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            • Originally posted by sugardaddy69 View Post
              Is regualr form of L-carnitine useless, for example in fat burning as it helps utilize fats?

              I mean would you recomend regular, cause I have no access to tartate form, as a supplement, and how to use it best, or just forget it and spend the money elsewhere.
              sure you do. NOW foods sells l-carnintine tartrate dirt cheap
              BioLayne LLC
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              • Hey Layne,
                What do think is a good Multivitamin?
                And i know you use xtend. is that all u take for BCAA and creatine or do you use more BCAA and Creatine other than the Xtend?
                Thanks
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                • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                  correlation studies show meat causes cancer because

                  1) most cuts people eat are super fatty. You are probably eating lean cuts and therefore not a big deal

                  2) most people who eat a lot of meat eat very little fiber. as a bodybuilder you probably eat plenty and therefore again; it doesn't apply to you

                  3) meat when charred can form polyaromatic hydrocarbons in the charred portions which are carcinogenic. So simply don't burn your meat and if it is charred; cut the charred portions off

                  thanx for the answer

                  i do eat enough fiber and i eat lean cuts, but i think i will keep my lean red steak on workoutdays and on cardio days i will eat poultry


                  layne do you use the l-carnitine ?

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                  • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                    sure you do. NOW foods sells l-carnintine tartrate dirt cheap

                    Not really I am overseas and shipping costs are excessive to get a bottle or two so I am just looking at domestic market and l-carnitine is all I can get any recomendations currently I take 1g post workout.
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                    • layne,

                      what's your opinion on lactose ?

                      I use 300ml of skim milk daily and 300-350g of cottage cheese

                      too much ?

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                      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                        correlation studies show meat causes cancer because

                        1) most cuts people eat are super fatty. You are probably eating lean cuts and therefore not a big deal

                        2) most people who eat a lot of meat eat very little fiber. as a bodybuilder you probably eat plenty and therefore again; it doesn't apply to you

                        3) meat when charred can form polyaromatic hydrocarbons in the charred portions which are carcinogenic. So simply don't burn your meat and if it is charred; cut the charred portions off
                        Ha! I know exactly what that means now thats to college orgo lol

                        As for point 1, is there some correlation between high fat diets (say, like the Anabolic Diet) and cancer?

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                        • hey layne,

                          after being on keto diet i just dont feel like being on carbs.... me being 195 pounds around 10 percent bodyfat.....need 3500 calories to grow..... so instead of going for the ideal ratios of pro/fat/ carbs ..... i thought of twisting this " ideal ratio"

                          to 2 grams of pro x 195 = 390 to 400 grams of protien=1600 cal
                          0.75 grams of fat x 195= 145 to 150 grams of fat= 1350 cal
                          0.6 grams of carb x 195= 120 to 130 grams of carb= 500 cal( cosuming those carbs only preworkout post workout and breakfast)

                          in my opinion insulin is the main fat storage hormone and by cosuming less insulinogenic food i can be relatively leaner than if i had consumed more carbs.....
                          and its the calories that make you gain or loose wt so overall i am cosuming the required amount of caloreis required for the growth.....

                          and at the same time fat wud show the same protien sparing effect as that shown by the carbs....... i do understand that the carbs are required for those high intensity workouts but then wont those 120 grams of carbs to do the needful....

                          wud really appreciate your advice

                          thank you
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                          • have you read any of my articles or posts in this thread.

                            or anything i've written regarding insulin?
                            BioLayne LLC
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                            • have you read any of my articles or posts in this thread.

                              or anything i've written regarding insulin?
                              BioLayne LLC
                              PhD, Nutritional Sciences
                              Scivation Athlete
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                              • What are your thoughts on Wilson's Syndrome? Do you believe it to be real?
                                What are your suggestions on reboosting the metabolism to work more efficiently?
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