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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Ristonian View Post
    Carbs in the evening? Insulin will be up and gh will be down yo.
    Broscience, man. It works.


  2. Isn't one of the guidelines of IF to get around .5 of your total daily protein in the fast breaking meal? I know when i consume 3 meals a day its a large fast break of about .5 daily kcal + .5 daily protein intake then a small afternoon and another large evening meal. Wouldn't that large bolus in the initial fast break help with the mps due to the large resulting amino pool?
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  3. I break my fast with a protein shake or eggs and a BCAA drink. On workout days I get in about 200-250g of carbs and consume about half after a workout and then consume very little in my other daily meals and then have 1/3 with my last meal.

    I will be honest that I am sure you could get as complicated as you wanted but the whole reason I decided to do this was for ease of use. No thinking and no worrying about eating all the time. It just happens to be a very nice side effect to be dropping fat along with the convenience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post
    Isn't one of the guidelines of IF to get around .5 of your total daily protein in the fast breaking meal? I know when i consume 3 meals a day its a large fast break of about .5 daily kcal + .5 daily protein intake then a small afternoon and another large evening meal. Wouldn't that large bolus in the initial fast break help with the mps due to the large resulting amino pool?
    How you meet your macros is personal preference, i spread my intake pretty even over all 3 meals.
    you can adjust your larger meals or equal them in kcals, it will not matter in the end if you meet your caloric intake in the 24hour period or 7 day week towards your goal of a deficit or surplus.
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  5. If frequent feedings stoke the metabolic furnace why didn't pro bodybuilders go the extra mile and go on IV amino infusions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    If frequent feedings stoke the metabolic furnace why didn't pro bodybuilders go the extra mile and go on IV amino infusions?
    You need one of these bro

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    How you meet your macros is personal preference, i spread my intake pretty even over all 3 meals. you can adjust your larger meals or equal them in kcals, it will not matter in the end if you meet your caloric intake in the 24hour period or 7 day week towards your goal of a deficit or surplus.
    I understand that, i was just saying that if: 1) protein is spread out evenly as you do, or 2) a large proportion of daily protein is taken in in the first meal as i do then the study's finding that MPS is slowed as a result of saving the large portion of protein for the final meal would be weakened wouldnt it? Considering this isnt how most people set it up normally anyway?
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    You need one of these bro

    Maximum stoking of the metabolic furnace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post
    I understand that, i was just saying that if: 1) protein is spread out evenly as you do, or 2) a large proportion of daily protein is taken in in the first meal as i do then the study's finding that MPS is slowed as a result of saving the large portion of protein for the final meal would be weakened wouldnt it? Considering this isnt how most people set it up normally anyway?
    If you know that MPS is slowed why would you do that? MPS is slowed on a less frequent feeding as Layne's MPS Study shows a meal every 4-6 hours is optimal, so you could spread it out evently as i tried to tell you like noon, 4, 8 and even it out.

    Now if you want to do like 100g of protein in meal 1
    50g in meal 2
    and 50g in meal 3

    that is totally up to you and personal preference. i just prefer to spread mine out evenly.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    I found drinking seltzer water helped with hunger cravings
    Is that cause it made you bloated?
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