Knowledge is Power

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Marksdailyapple.com

    I much prefer sissions approach as opposed to others like Cordain, Wolfe, etc. He has a book but browsing his main site should provide enough for a basic foundation.

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    Mark Sisson helped write the "Perfect health Diet" didn't he?

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    No just the intro I think

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    No just the intro I think

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    When my book arrives i'll read it and see what new/ alternative insight he provides on the website.

  4. The art of war is always a good read

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post

    What motivates me is the fact that many people think they understand food because they read the healthy food guide; when all it really does is show the editors prejudice toward particular food groups and reinforce ideologies that many people already have, rather than oppose general consensus and seek to find how food really behaves in the body.

    Ah the diversity of nutirition, so much you can explore. Time to start a blog
    i read tony little's modern day nutrition, been making gains ever since
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    Any of you get a chance to read this one yet? I have to say so far it has been a pretty good read

    - Valdez
    The Physique Biochemist
    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
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    Any of you get a chance to read this one yet? I have to say so far it has been a pretty good read.

    Interestingly enough the author does say that the anabolic window for protein is crucial. Not just for protein synthesis but to also minimize using protein as a fuel instead of protein synthesis. I know a lot of people have gotten away from that so I was kind of surprised to see him advocating it.

    He also says that we shouldn't consume more than 20-25 g protein post workout; tying into protein being used up as energy. Optimal amount being only 10-20 g from high quality sources i.e., food vs shake.

    - Valdez
    The Physique Biochemist
    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    When my book arrives i'll read it and see what new/ alternative insight he provides on the website.
    Sorry bro the version I have is password protected with the password not being provided. When I get a good copy I'll send it your way.

    - Valdez
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    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post


    Any of you get a chance to read this one yet? I have to say so far it has been a pretty good read.

    Interestingly enough the author does say that the anabolic window for protein is crucial. Not just for protein synthesis but to also minimize using protein as a fuel instead of protein synthesis. I know a lot of people have gotten away from that so I was kind of surprised to see him advocating it.

    He also says that we shouldn't consume more than 20-25 g protein post workout; tying into protein being used up as energy. Optimal amount being only 10-20 g from high quality sources i.e., food vs shake.

    - Valdez
    Anabolic window.. I dunno about crucial. I would say its meh..

    What's wrong with using protein as fuel? As long as your maintaining a positive nitrogen balance why does it matter if some protein is being converted to glucose?

    You have the book in PDF?



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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post

    He also says that we shouldn't consume more than 20-25 g protein post workout; tying into protein being used up as energy. Optimal amount being only 10-20 g from high quality sources i.e., food vs shake.

    - Valdez
    That's the great debate, isn't it. I'm not sure a blanket philosophy like that is appropriate for all ages/genders/weights/goals. A 250lb man surely has different nutritional needs than a 140lb woman. So when someone eats a steak or a chicken breast after a workout, as those can certainly have > 30g protein, what is the problem?
    Really, 10-20g post workout? 40-80 calories? Sounds fishy
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Anabolic window.. I dunno about crucial. I would say its meh..

    What's wrong with using protein as fuel? As long as your maintaining a positive nitrogen balance why does it matter if some protein is being converted to glucose?

    You have the book in PDF?



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    Yea I didn't send it to you?

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    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    That's the great debate, isn't it. I'm not sure a blanket philosophy like that is appropriate for all ages/genders/weights/goals. A 250lb man surely has different nutritional needs than a 140lb woman. So when someone eats a steak or a chicken breast after a workout, as those can certainly have > 30g protein, what is the problem?
    Really, 10-20g post workout? 40-80 calories? Sounds fishy
    Its interesting to say the least, considering the man is writing textbooks for college courses.

    - Valdez
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    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post


    Any of you get a chance to read this one yet? I have to say so far it has been a pretty good read

    - Valdez
    I've just started going through it.

    Oh and I startback at uni in 3 weeks; should have that code for you around that time.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post


    Any of you get a chance to read this one yet? I have to say so far it has been a pretty good read.

    Interestingly enough the author does say that the anabolic window for protein is crucial. Not just for protein synthesis but to also minimize using protein as a fuel instead of protein synthesis. I know a lot of people have gotten away from that so I was kind of surprised to see him advocating it.

    He also says that we shouldn't consume more than 20-25 g protein post workout; tying into protein being used up as energy. Optimal amount being only 10-20 g from high quality sources i.e., food vs shake.

    - Valdez
    I've read quite good things on protein synthesis etc. in that clinical sports nutrition book; honestly it is a very good read. It was pretty expensive (got it new for $100ish) but someone with a hardcore thrist for nutrition would love it. But it does get VERY technical; i.e. delve into a lot more than your average text book (i.e. goes into the way things interact in the body and trigger what response etc.). It advocates for consuming protein (with carbs) post workout for a host of reasons however other studies (JJ posted one) advocate for a much higher protein intake post (or at least confirm the body is capable of absobing more)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    Yea I didn't send it to you?

    - Valdez

    No, I will PM you my email


    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    I've read quite good things on protein synthesis etc. in that clinical sports nutrition book; honestly it is a very good read. It was pretty expensive (got it new for $100ish) but someone with a hardcore thrist for nutrition would love it.
    Which book is this? The one Valdez posted above?



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  16. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    No, I will PM you my email




    Which book is this? The one Valdez posted above?


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    Nah its a different one; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/007...2KDG5D94XENJ2H

    Heres a little review http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3364071/

    Great book; but expensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Nah its a different one; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/007...2KDG5D94XENJ2H

    Heres a little review http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3364071/

    Great book; but expensive
    Same author

    - Valdez
    The Physique Biochemist
    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    Same author

    - Valdez
    Ahh right, thats right. I remember that you stumbled accross this looking for the other one
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