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    Lets test the dessert bar:

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    Solution just killed it. Countdown timer to next cheat meal: engage.
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    Solution, your dessert is weak
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    Solution, your dessert is weak
    Hard to find a good dessert even if the buffet is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Again you did not read
    To cheat the entire day is YOUR fault because you control what you eat,
    who said one bad meal wont hurt you. no one.

    No one forces you to eat cake, cookies and junk all day long , that is personally your decisoin to do so, not anyone else's fault but yourself and your actions.

    One meal = Fine
    A whole day or a binge = Your problem and responsibility.
    The Solution doesn't sugar coat it! Unless its with cinnamon on sweet potato fries. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    Hard to find a good dessert even if the buffet is good.
    Yeah, typical. And it's hard to justify going to another place just for dessert since you already paid for the buffet. Oh well, such is life
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Post-Workout:
    I keep meaning to try those chocolate cheerios. They look good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    Solution, your dessert is weak
    So are your cheat meals. Just sayin'
    Its a BUFFET, what do you expect from chinese buffets? Lmao
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    Does a buffet count as a meal? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gw44 View Post
    Does a buffet count as a meal? Lol
    With the way that I eat at one, it counts as several
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    Quote Originally Posted by gvdook View Post

    With the way that I eat at one, it counts as several
    That's what I was thinking.. Lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    So are your cheat meals. Just sayin'
    Its a BUFFET, what do you expect from chinese buffets? Lmao
    All good, just trying to be funny
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    9 plates = warmup. should of went for 14 to beat golden corral.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    9 plates = warmup. should of went for 14 to beat golden corral.
    just like lifting, you can't go to failure every time! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny View Post
    just like lifting, you can't go to failure every time! lol
    Periodization = the key to growth
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    Periodization = the key to growth
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    More Sushi:
    Didn't you say you couldn't eat sushi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    Didn't you say you couldn't eat sushi?
    Its Tuna, and Salmon and white rice
    I had a few pieces. i went with a friend, we split the sushi

    All the other plates were mine, and i had 2 salads, and a plate of watermelon, pineapple, grapes, and bananas
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    Well, my husband and I have been going to nice places for our cheat meal. Some fancy and some rated very well. We haven't found one single place here in Anchorage that we have liked, they all suck. So we have decided that we're going to eat greasy delicious fast food from Dairy Queen. Burgers, fries and their desserts, mmmmmmm..... Can't wait for tomorrow!
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    I'm sure by now most have tried some variation of the peanut butter burger, getting pretty common to see in restaurants here now. Enjoyed it last time I had it and wanted to make my own tonight. Grilled up my burger and found my PB empty (fiancÚ loves her PB/hazelnut coffee smoothies) so I grabbed the next best thing, Nutella. Not sure if it's only because that was my first cheat meal (been trying out keto) in almost 2 weeks but it was pretty damn good.
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    What buffet was that you went to Solution?
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    Please dont tell me your really going to do keto... Oh god no...

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    What buffet was that you went to Solution?
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    Giving it a trial run to see if it's effective for me, took about a week to shave off carbs bit by bit, down under 30/day now. No strength or energy loss yet. Not minding the dietary changes, the increase in fats has helped with muscle soreness if anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Giving it a trial run to see if it's effective for me, took about a week to shave off carbs bit by bit, down under 30/day now. No strength or energy loss yet. Not minding the dietary changes, the increase in fats has helped with muscle soreness if anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle82 View Post
    Well, my husband and I have been going to nice places for our cheat meal. Some fancy and some rated very well. We haven't found one single place here in Anchorage that we have liked, they all suck. So we have decided that we're going to eat greasy delicious fast food from Dairy Queen. Burgers, fries and their desserts, mmmmmmm..... Can't wait for tomorrow!
    Well...um.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    Well...um.
    sounds delightful doesn't it?
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    I read through some of those. I don't know what to believe sometimes anymore...
    But reason #4 saying paleo is expensive is a lame reason for not doing it. Expense is relative to priority. For example, I but cheap clothes but expensive food. Many people think I'm backwards. And I might be
    I just don't know anymore???
    Like fasting vs eating breakfast: some say cortisol is highest in the morning so avoid insulin spikes at that time. Some say eat frequently, some say doesn't matter. Some say carbs at night only, some say post training.
    It's funny to me how science can't get a definitive answer on this stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    I read through some of those. I don't know what to believe sometimes anymore...
    But reason #4 saying paleo is expensive is a lame reason for not doing it. Expense is relative to priority. For example, I but cheap clothes but expensive food. Many people think I'm backwards. And I might be
    I just don't know anymore???
    Like fasting vs eating breakfast: some say cortisol is highest in the morning so avoid insulin spikes at that time. Some say eat frequently, some say doesn't matter. Some say carbs at night only, some say post training.
    It's funny to me how science can't get a definitive answer on this stuff
    Science is always changing.
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    Oh yes a new cheat for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    Well...um.
    Um what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    I read through some of those. I don't know what to believe sometimes anymore...
    But reason #4 saying paleo is expensive is a lame reason for not doing it. Expense is relative to priority. For example, I but cheap clothes but expensive food. Many people think I'm backwards. And I might be
    I just don't know anymore???
    Like fasting vs eating breakfast: some say cortisol is highest in the morning so avoid insulin spikes at that time. Some say eat frequently, some say doesn't matter. Some say carbs at night only, some say post training.
    It's funny to me how science can't get a definitive answer on this stuff
    Get your cortisol levels tested, they are highest in the morning its common knowledge (for someone who gets blood done regularly such as myself).

    Eating how many meals per day is a PERSONAL PREFERENCE, the key factor is macros/calories and MICRONUTRIENTS.

    If you eat frequently as layne has showed 4-6 hours apart to allow protein levels to reach refractory stages before being spiked again.

    Carbs at night has plenty of benefits and i have linked them in here before. I notice and feel them thats why i do that often. Sleep like a ROCK since eating more at night due to seretonin levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Jsut do what WORKS FOR YOU
    This is the key if something works great for you, then great. Just because a paper is published doesn't mean it's the end all be all. Studies are flawed, fudged, and as soon as the day is over out dated. We still know so very little about how the human body works, even though science would lead us to believe other wise.

    I do a lot of things that go against the grain, but I feel great most all of the time and am healthier then anyone I know.

    Oh and paleo is stupid ancient man ate what ever he could get his Harry little hands on, to say he only ate certain foods is ridiculous. Also how do we know they were healthier because of it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    Oh yes a new cheat for me!

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    My wife bought the white chocolate version. Tasted like chemicals. Better luck with the dark I hope!
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