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    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Why? I feel like it's not much different from basmati.I just hate brown rice. Hard to eat, harder to digest
    taste-wise, white basmati is great no doubt
    nutritionally however, no white rice comes close to touching brown rice - at all, basmati included
    a good compromise would be whole wheat basmati, which I may just try as well (s'posed to be pretty good, never had)
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    taste-wise, white basmati is great no doubt
    nutritionally however, no white rice comes close to touching brown rice - at all, basmati included
    a good compromise would be whole wheat basmati, which I may just try as well (s'posed to be pretty good, never had)
    I like my rice in milk...with butter and sugar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I like my rice in milk...with butter and sugar
    loved that when I was kid/teen!
    then, I got educated
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    loved that when I was kid/teen!
    then, I got educated
    Lol yup same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post

    I like my rice in milk...with butter and sugar
    You forgot the cinnamon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    nutritionally however, no white rice comes close to touching brown rice - at all, basmati included
    Please explain
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    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Please explain
    sure

    brown rice has been hulled with bran intact; this gives it the chewy texture and nutty flavor, and it contains vitamins, minerals, and fiber..is why it requires longer cooking time because the bran is a barrier to water
    hence - more nutritious

    vs

    white basmati "popcorn rice" is long-grain variety well-liked for its fragrance, taste & shape..
    true basmati is grown in India and Pakistan, altho many hybrids are grown elsewhere, including the US
    (ie Texmati, grown in Texas)

    or

    jasmine, the fav from Thailand, has more "sticky starch" (amylopectin) than other long-grain rice, is why it's so moist and tender..grown in both asia & US


    as for GI differences, well there you are splitting hairs
    when I reduce cals tho, i'm trying to get all the nutrition packed in that I can
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    Subscribed way late to this. Don't worry I saw the title and it summarized all the previous comments!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    sure

    brown rice has been hulled with bran intact; this gives it the chewy texture and nutty flavor, and it contains vitamins, minerals, and fiber..is why it requires longer cooking time because the bran is a barrier to water
    hence - more nutritious

    vs

    white basmati "popcorn rice" is long-grain variety well-liked for its fragrance, taste & shape..
    true basmati is grown in India and Pakistan, altho many hybrids are grown elsewhere, including the US
    (ie Texmati, grown in Texas)

    or

    jasmine, the fav from Thailand, has more "sticky starch" (amylopectin) than other long-grain rice, is why it's so moist and tender..grown in both asia & US

    as for GI differences, well there you are splitting hairs
    when I reduce cals tho, i'm trying to get all the nutrition packed in that I can
    Thank you. Great response.

    My question would be, because these two (basmati and Jasmine) are neither bleached nor enriched, would the rate of absorption really be that different (when consumed with protein/fats)?

    I appreciate your response. Most people instantly say the above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Thank you. Great response.

    My question would be, because these two (basmati and Jasmine) are neither bleached nor enriched, would the rate of absorption really be that different (when consumed with protein/fats)?

    I appreciate your response. Most people instantly say the above.
    wellll..I just did find this:

    Basmati has half the glycemic index of jasmine.
    surprise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    wellll..I just did find this:

    surprise!

    http://www.durangoherald.com/article...late=mobileart
    So higher glycemic load means faster to convert into sugar.

    Is glycemic index the same thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    So higher glycemic load means faster to convert into sugar.

    Is glycemic index the same thing
    no

    GI is guide for the rate at which carbohydrate content is absorbed into the blood stream
    is it nice guideline but is flawed, as it will often overstate the impact of small portion of carb

    GL essentially takes into consideration both the portion size of food and it's impact on blood sugar (GI), gives a more accurate idea of true impact

    basically like this:
    the GL is: the portion size of food + that GI value of the food = net impact on blood sugar..

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    breakfast time..egg mcsnag appears



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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    no

    GI is guide for the rate at which carbohydrate content is absorbed into the blood stream
    is it nice guideline but is flawed, as it will often overstate the impact of small portion of carb

    GL essentially takes into consideration both the portion size of food and it's impact on blood sugar GI), gives a more accurate idea of true impact

    basically like this:
    the GL is: the portion size of food + that GI value of the food = net impact on blood sugar..

    butcher!
    Thanks again snags. I appreciate it.

    So what we're getting at is basmati is slightly slower digesting than Jasmine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Thanks again snags. I appreciate it.

    So what we're getting at is basmati is slightly slower digesting than Jasmine?
    I would surmise that basmati is not far off brown rice in that aspect - just less nutrients

    jasmine def looks to bring up the rear in GI value..

    I only tried the basmati myself this yr, after using brown/jasmine mostly for past yr (and brown only prior to that)
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    preWO sustenance



    this lil concoction is:
    1 scoop Ignite2 (berry blast flav)
    2 scoops BCAA+SAA (apple fusion)
    6 uncapped Max Pump
    a pinch of ginger root extract (my own addition)

    the berry blast/apple fusion combo actually goes pretty well together, and the ginger compliments
    (too much can be overpowering, gotta watch it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    preWO sustenance

    this lil concoction is:
    1 scoop Ignite2 (berry blast flav)
    2 scoops BCAA+SAA (apple fusion)
    6 uncapped Max Pump
    a pinch of ginger root extract (my own addition)

    the berry blast/apple fusion combo actually goes pretty well together, and the ginger compliments
    (too much can be overpowering, gotta watch it)
    I like the ginger addition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I like the ginger addition.
    love me some ginger root
    super-herb, it is..many different functions, and cellular energy to boot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    love me some ginger root
    super-herb, it is..many different functions, and cellular energy to boot!
    I had been reading on it this week and u just happend to post that. creeepy :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    preWO sustenance

    this lil concoction is:
    1 scoop Ignite2 (berry blast flav)
    2 scoops BCAA+SAA (apple fusion)
    6 uncapped Max Pump
    a pinch of ginger root extract (my own addition)

    the berry blast/apple fusion combo actually goes pretty well together, and the ginger compliments
    (too much can be overpowering, gotta watch it)
    Damn, that is quite similar, if not identical to my PWO concoction (-ginger root extract). I must be on the right path.
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    niiice guys
    and - ironic monte!



    wow, so I'm not a big fan of pulling leg days following tennis - even if tennis was not full-out just yet
    my knees were a bit sore, legs achy in general, so warmed up with some light cardio (10min) and leg extensions before hitting my squats (heavy, wide-stance)..followed with walking BB lunges in my driveway, was pretty toasted so I skipped RDLs and went to 6 sets of torso-raised leg curls and finished with 3 sets GHRs, before hitting single-leg DB calf raises, light cardio cooldown to finish

    was good session, considering..pretty wobbly..strength was fine, stamina just not quite where I want it consistently yet
    resting for a minute now (postWO feedings) then it's off to mow my yard

    I got tennis again tomorrow morning if the weather holds
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    preWO sustenance



    this lil concoction is:
    1 scoop Ignite2 (berry blast flav)
    2 scoops BCAA+SAA (apple fusion)
    6 uncapped Max Pump
    a pinch of ginger root extract (my own addition)

    the berry blast/apple fusion combo actually goes pretty well together, and the ginger compliments
    (too much can be overpowering, gotta watch it)
    I diid a little sipping concoction for the show....

    I heapng scoop ignite
    6 grams crea-trona
    8 uncapped max pump.

    I did achieve a good amount of vascularity We have such nice stuff to play with....
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    unFREAKing believable FINAFLEX deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Are you fuggin kidding me I have never seen anything like ths....
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    I would surmise that basmati is not far off brown rice in that aspect - just less nutrients

    jasmine def looks to bring up the rear in GI value..

    I only tried the basmati myself this yr, after using brown/jasmine mostly for past yr (and brown only prior to that)
    Thanks snags
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    niiice guys
    and - ironic monte!

    wow, so I'm not a big fan of pulling leg days following tennis - even if tennis was not full-out just yet
    my knees were a bit sore, legs achy in general, so warmed up with some light cardio (10min) and leg extensions before hitting my squats (heavy, wide-stance)..followed with walking BB lunges in my driveway, was pretty toasted so I skipped RDLs and went to 6 sets of torso-raised leg curls and finished with 3 sets GHRs, before hitting single-leg DB calf raises, light cardio cooldown to finish

    was good session, considering..pretty wobbly..strength was fine, stamina just not quite where I want it consistently yet
    resting for a minute now (postWO feedings) then it's off to mow my yard

    I got tennis again tomorrow morning if the weather holds
    Why don't you come down and mow mine while your at it lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post

    Why don't you come down and mow mine while your at it lol
    For real. I'll even throw dollar bills at him while he's mowing.
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    uggh, was NOT feeling it this day..yard seemed to take forever
    guess I exerted more effort than I thought earlier in my training
    second dose of PX to the rescue - BAM!
    got me thru it


    Quote Originally Posted by Danb2285 View Post
    Why don't you come down and mow mine while your at it lol


    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    For real. I'll even throw dollar bills at him while he's mowing.
    you had me at.....oh n/m
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    couple update pics after mowing today..feeling pretty full


    some nice detail coming in on the shoulders
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    couple update pics after mowing today..feeling pretty full


    some nice detail coming in on the shoulders
    Lookin good big guy! No'mo'
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