Don't feel any effect from Alphamime; still effective?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    Ya I noted that earlier.
    At 45-60 g fiber I **** a small child

    I do 5-10% of total carb as fiber generally


  2. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    Does anyone else see that he's subtracting 75-100g carbs a day from fiber?

    That's an excessive amount if fiber and can cause a host of different issues. I'd look into that.

    If plateaued at your current cals slowly add calories as your body is way to efficient at drawing all the energy from what your eating
    I'm not subtracting the fiber FROM those totals, I am not adding it TO those totals. So if I have 80g fiber my carbs on workout day would be 265+80= 345. .

    Can you link me to some credible sources on how too much fiber is bad? Most of it in my diet comes from lower carb stuff like low carb tortillas, bread, etc, which the food industry seems to compensate for with more fiber, and also veggies and kashi cereal. I do weigh all my veggies and eat quite a lot of them for satiety.

    I'm kinda stuck in this loop where I need more food to feel full, and normal bread or tortillas would take up way too much of my daily calorie allotment (two slices of normal bread in a sandwich would be 10% of my daily cals on rest day!), so that's why I lean towards the fiber containing foods...

    edit: what should I expect when raising calories? Will body weight stay the same as my body becomes "less efficient"? Or will I gain weight then have to cut it off again later? I'm genuinely interested in what you have to say but some more detail and links to studies/articles would be appreciated .
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  3. You should be shooting for about 20-30 grams of fiber per day.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    You should be shooting for about 20-30 grams of fiber per day.
    I'm not trying to be confrontational, but can you please link me to a study or credible article thst explains the threshold at which fiber becomes bad? On what do you base your number?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by hypo View Post
    I'm not trying to be confrontational, but can you please link me to a study or credible article thst explains the threshold at which fiber becomes bad? On what do you base your number?
    Looking right now.
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  7. Thank you sir! I will read them, always willing to learn and correct bad habits.by the way, I've only hit 100g fiber on one day in my whole cut. Usually it is around 75g, and then only on workout days...

  8. Just looked at all those... All of them would seem to indicate that fiber intake is a good thing, and I didn't see upper limit being discussed. In fact after browsing I'm even more confident with my 75g per day on workout days.

  9. Check this article, scroll down to the comments section for a journal article that says hunter gatherer humans consumed 100-150g fiber

    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nut...res-broom.html

  10. Fiber binds to minerals and a too much of it can cause insufficient absorption and deficiency. The main ones susceptible to it are going to be calcium, magnesium, and zinc. IMO, anything over 50g is going to be pushing it especially at your level of carb intake.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by hypo View Post
    Thank you sir! I will read them, always willing to learn and correct bad habits.by the way, I've only hit 100g fiber on one day in my whole cut. Usually it is around 75g, and then only on workout days...
    You must not have read the last link where they stated the recommended daily dose is around 38 grams for men.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by hypo View Post
    Check this article, scroll down to the comments section for a journal article that says hunter gatherer humans consumed 100-150g fiber http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nut...res-broom.html
    The article you linked clearly states 100-150 is absolutely ridiculous amount per day. Also states, 20-30 grams per day is recommended if your calorie count is in the range of 2000-3000 calories per day (which for your off days, is much more calories then you consume).
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  13. After finishing my 1425 calories today, I was still famished, so I had a bit of a cheat. 2 scoops of whey, 1/2 a container of strawberries (these prior two ingredients being made into protein fluffs), 2 huge bowls of cereal and almond milk, an apple, and a nutrigrain bar. Not quite an "epic" cheat by any means but I am absolutely stuffed.
  

  
 

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