Six meals every three hours a scam?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja

    Very intelligent rebuttal.
    Yikes.

    Rodja. Like your input on the thread. I'm still trying to get myself to an over eater anonymous meeting


  2. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    Yikes.

    Rodja. Like your input on the thread. I'm still trying to get myself to an over eater anonymous meeting
    I save my gluttony for the weekend. Saturday is the replenish from my late-Friday bench session and Sunday is to fuel up for my Monday squat session. It's how I justify eating a whole pizza in a sitting.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja

    I save my gluttony for the weekend. Saturday is the replenish from my late-Friday bench session and Sunday is to fuel up for my Monday squat session. It's how I justify eating a whole pizza in a sitting.
    Lol. I eat anything and everything on back shoulders and arms day. Bc I want them to gro. I eat high cal low carb leg day

  4. Just one?



    I swear I have issues.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It's how I justify eating a whole pizza in a sitting.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    Just one?



    I swear I have issues.
    That's just that one sitting and it's an XL bacon cheeseburger pizza with extra bacon and cheese.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja

    That's just that one sitting and it's an XL bacon cheeseburger pizza with extra bacon and cheese.
    After my shoulder wo I ate

    3 plate sized chocolate chip banana pancakes
    2 waffles
    4 chicke. Fingers fried I cornmeal
    6 egg Omlete
    Home fries

    Smotered In syrup and butter.

    I have a picture on my other phone

  7. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    After my shoulder wo I ate

    3 plate sized chocolate chip banana pancakes
    2 waffles
    4 chicke. Fingers fried I cornmeal
    6 egg Omlete
    Home fries

    Smotered In syrup and butter.

    I have a picture on my other phone
    I wish I could eat after training. I'm always nauseous for at least an hour.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  8. I wait about an hour. Bc I'll do some cardio. Or shower. Before I go and order

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    I cook everything as soon as I wake up froi the ENTIRE day and sandwhich baggie everything!!! Portions too

    Works great.

    I am so bad, I bought a mini oven (expensive tho at $200) in additiion to the other 2 ovens my house already has to assist with ALL the cooking I do each AM

    Only takes 30 minutes for all 6 meals! but I am very efficient now

    lol
    I just grill everything...


  10. LOL

    These posts are a trip

    I swear one of the BIGREST (most pathetic) drivers of me working out at my age is for the puprpose of eating crap like this

    Sad but true.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    That's just that one sitting and it's an XL bacon cheeseburger pizza with extra bacon and cheese.
    Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    After my shoulder wo I ate

    3 plate sized chocolate chip banana pancakes
    2 waffles
    4 chicke. Fingers fried I cornmeal
    6 egg Omlete
    Home fries

    Smotered In syrup and butter.

    I have a picture on my other phone
    A-Minds HYPE-SLAYER! All posts & feedback are guaranteed to be unsolicited and legit
    "The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge. Fools despise wisdom & instruction"
    Proverbs 1:7

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked
    LOL

    These posts are a trip

    I swear one of the BIGREST (most pathetic) drivers of me working out at my age is for the puprpose of eating crap like this

    Sad but true.
    Yea back on track Monday. I wanna drop to 6% soooo I think I'll behave. Or eat 1 less pancake. I duno

  12. LOL @ "1 less pancake"
    Bwaahaahaahahhaa
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    "The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge. Fools despise wisdom & instruction"
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  13. Fukc you guys and your pancakes!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I gotta good laugh myself.
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative

  14. nothing wrong with fitting some pancakes into your macro's

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Roniboney
    nothing wrong with fitting some pancakes into your macro's
    They wouldn't fit bc I'm a food addict. I'll eat till I'm sick.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    They wouldn't fit bc I'm a food addict. I'll eat till I'm sick.
    ha well then a forum with good information on anabolics will put those kcal to use

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Roniboney

    ha well then a forum with good information on anabolics will put those kcal to use
    Lol. I made potato pancakes with apple and plantain. So they were healthy and had 6 eggs and 12oz chili

  18. yes its broscience but i like taking in 6-7 smaller meals throughout the day instead of like 4. i found out if i take in big meals i fart a lot. don't have that with smaller meals haha

  19. woops just accidentally bumped an old thread

  20. Quote Originally Posted by iliketosquat
    woops just accidentally bumped an old thread
    & what's your point?
    Hardcore Purus Labs {Rep}
    Lift the fücking weight from the floor, or leave it on the ground. The thoughts are supposed to be daunting. The pain is meant to be tormenting.

  21. Old thread but interesting to read everybody's point of view.
    I think that everybody is concentrated on the diets but the one thing missing is how these diets impact hormons.
    Many diets fail because too many people IMO do not pay attention to what the food does to the hormons.

    For example:
    Let's take fat. Fat has a neutral rating when it comes to insulin secrection by the body.
    Protein has a mild affinity to increase insulin in comparisson to glucose.
    Glucose needs the most insulin to be digested.
    With this being said, when someone decides to follow a certain diet the way his/hers hormones act to certain foods should be the major decission factor in how that diet will be set up.
    If I know that im sensitive to carbs, and I get fat easily i wouldnt follow a high carb low fat way of eating.
    On the other hand, if health issues prohibits ppl to eat fat then try a low fat, high carb diet with lots of fiber thrown in there.
    Same goes with protien. I've seen ppl eating mostly protein and hardly anything else. We dont really need a ton of protein to keep muscle mass.

    With all this being said, it makes more sense to think of goals in terms of how the hormones are impacted rather than eating calories as a number that we just made up. I can say with some certainty that resting methabolic rate is not dictated by how many meals one eats a day but by what a person eats and how that food impacts hormones.
    Calories in and calories out is a myth, however the law of thermodynamics will apply every time.
    For example;
    If I take 100cal of fructose, 100cal of sucrose, and 100cal glucose all these once in the body do not get broken down the same way. So this is where the confusion arise that eating X number of calories may not accomplish the intended goal since different hormones are activated perhaps not the ones we intend by eating this 3 different foods in this case.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by vassille View Post
    Old thread but interesting to read everybody's point of view.
    I think that everybody is concentrated on the diets but the one thing missing is how these diets impact hormons.
    Many diets fail because too many people IMO do not pay attention to what the food does to the hormons.

    For example:
    Let's take fat. Fat has a neutral rating when it comes to insulin secrection by the body.
    Protein has a mild affinity to increase insulin in comparisson to glucose.
    Glucose needs the most insulin to be digested.
    With this being said, when someone decides to follow a certain diet the way his/hers hormones act to certain foods should be the major decission factor in how that diet will be set up.
    If I know that im sensitive to carbs, and I get fat easily i wouldnt follow a high carb low fat way of eating.
    On the other hand, if health issues prohibits ppl to eat fat then try a low fat, high carb diet with lots of fiber thrown in there.
    Same goes with protien. I've seen ppl eating mostly protein and hardly anything else. We dont really need a ton of protein to keep muscle mass.

    With all this being said, it makes more sense to think of goals in terms of how the hormones are impacted rather than eating calories as a number that we just made up. I can say with some certainty that resting methabolic rate is not dictated by how many meals one eats a day but by what a person eats and how that food impacts hormones.
    Calories in and calories out is a myth, however the law of thermodynamics will apply every time.
    For example;
    If I take 100cal of fructose, 100cal of sucrose, and 100cal glucose all these once in the body do not get broken down the same way. So this is where the confusion arise that eating X number of calories may not accomplish the intended goal since different hormones are activated perhaps not the ones we intend by eating this 3 different foods in this case.
    The reason most diets fail (I assume you mean can't lose weight) is that most people eat too damn much.

    No one has invented a magic pill that breaks the laws of thermodynamics.

    How many people do you know that say they diet but can't lose weight actually track what they put in their pie hole? Darn few if any. And I'll betcha if they tracked what they ate, they would find that they ate too damn much.

    Whacked said it best. It's all garbage. Do whatever works for you, 2 meals a day, 3, 5, 6, whatever. No time to search, but I think a study linked off the main page a few days/weeks ago debunked meal frequency for weight loss. I tried IF for a day, didn't like it, but mainly because I had to cram all this food late at night and starve myself during the day. Made the routine of eating too much of a chore.

    Search main page for "Reasons Your Diet Isn't Adding Mass"
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