How Much Fat A Day
- 03-28-2011, 11:30 AM
Uh, lol. Essential fats are important for the synthesis of so many compounds. Sphingolipids responsible for the maintenance of brain tissue, for one, prostaglandins responsible for inflammatory response and homeostasis (you need this even if you don't sustain giant injuries since you acquire small bruises on a daily basis, like from bumping your leg into a table or your arm into a door), thromboxanes responsible for regulating blood pressure, leukotrienes which are important signaling molecules in the airways, special lipids like cardiolipin that play a major role in driving and protecting your heart, etc...
- 03-30-2011, 04:19 AM
Bonjour buddy.... i think u should minimize a bit consumption of fats...to make it more feasible for you.......cheeriohttp://www.guaranteedsupplements.com/
03-30-2011, 11:01 AM
03-31-2011, 04:18 PM
How much truth is there that the protein in nuts is of extremely poor quality? I don't count the carbs in nuts towards my carb intake for the day, however i DO count the protein....
04-03-2011, 07:55 AM
Interesting question as I also heard the same. Something about the protein being bound in the collagen matrix of the peanut, or something? I posted that concern here but to no avail.
Why Natural Peanut butter?
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04-03-2011, 08:22 AM
04-03-2011, 09:12 AM
natty peanut butter and egg yolks,, there my main two types of fats ..
plus omega 3 tabs 2 a day.. are they good choices,, im trying lean out so only taking in 2500cal 260g pro 150g carbs 70g fats
04-03-2011, 10:39 AM
There is a lot to be said concerning the oxidation of fats over the utilization of carbs for the purposes of staying lean, fit, and energetic.
Stay Lean and Strong!
04-03-2011, 12:08 PM
thanks 4 the reply,,
my stats are,
and 13 bf
what about post workout meal not shake the meal 1 hour after that ,, i take in about 90g carbs complex carbs oats,,
04-03-2011, 12:41 PM
I have no problem losing fat while taking in a small amount of carbohydrate pre-workout and a larger amount post-workout. However, I tend to eat almost no carbohydrate at any other point in the day beyond trace carbs and those in vegetables.
04-03-2011, 01:05 PM
11am- 1 scoop whey,,2 brown bread 40g peanut butter=cal-550 p-40 c-28 f-20
2pm- 40g whey 20g casein 5g creatine, large banana=cal350 p-50 c-30 f-0
4pm- 140g oats,6 eggs 2 yolks 1/2 tin tuna and peppers=cal 760 c85 p55 f-18
8pm- 2 breast chicken veg and 100g beans or= cal-330 p60 c-10 f-6
6 egg whites 2 yolks peppers and tuna =cal- 260 p-40 c-0 fat-12
12am- 60g casein + 40g peanut butter=cal 480 p-65 c-0 f-20
so on average cal-2500 p-270 c-150 fat-70
whats peoples opinions on that ?