Article: Six Meals Vs Fasting

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    worthless
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    They were also dehydrated because during Ramadan you cannot drink fluids during the fast. They need to include variables in this crappy article.
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    Wtf. I had no idea there was such controversy over the word FASTING...the world may never know its meaning lol. Fasting and IF are not the same...period. I also enjoyed the vernacular in the described study where the participants were labeled as "FAT"
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle-info/252210-greens-climb-top.html#post4548443
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    Flawed and inconclusive article.
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    6 to 8 hr window daily eating is the best for me.
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    Jose Antonio should consider requesting a refund from the institution that granted his Ph.D. It seems his primary objective to fasting is that is means different things to different people. He then proceeds to inform his audience as to his own subjective, personal opinion of the definition. Heavy on opinion, light on relevant scientific data. What do the semantics of the term "fasting" have to do with analyzing IF as a useful dieting strategy? Wait for it....... NOTHING!! We all know what IF means in the context of recent fitness trends. However, let me help you, Dr, Antonio, since you seem to be challenged in the your understanding of the English language:

    The word "Intermittent" is appended to "Fasting" to differentiate it from "Fasting."

    It seems logical the supplement industry is sensing a threat to its business. When people being to realize that 6+ small meals are NOT important in maintaining an optimal metabolism, what will they STOP reaching for? That's right, all those MRP's, protein shakes, and bars that are used to fill in the nutritional gaps while adhering to the 6+ meal recommendation. This has more to do with market share than research, as Jose demonstrated in his nonsensical opinion piece. The title of the article could have been:

    Fasting, A Biased Paid Industry Spokespersons Perspective

    Look at the bottom of the ISSN website under sponsors. That will tell you all you need to know.
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    Jose Antonio should consider requesting a refund from the institution that granted his Ph.D. It seems his primary objective to fasting is that is means different things to different people. He then proceeds to inform his audience as to his own subjective, personal opinion of the definition. Heavy on opinion, light on relevant scientific data. What do the semantics of the term "fasting" have to do with analyzing IF as a useful dieting strategy? Wait for it....... NOTHING!! We all know what IF means in the context of recent fitness trends. However, let me help you, Dr, Antonio, since you seem to be challenged in the your understanding of the English language:

    The word "Intermittent" is appended to "Fasting" to differentiate it from "Fasting."

    It seems logical the supplement industry is sensing a threat to its business. When people being to realize that 6+ small meals are NOT important in maintaining an optimal metabolism, what will they STOP reaching for? That's right, all those MRP's, protein shakes, and bars that are used to fill in the nutritional gaps while adhering to the 6+ meal recommendation. This has more to do with market share than research, as Jose demonstrated in his nonsensical opinion piece. The title of the article could have been:

    Fasting, A Biased Paid Industry Spokespersons Perspective
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    so...?
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    Lol Duh if u don't eat then train you will be weaker. X2 worthless
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    Originally Posted by alwaysgaining View Post
    Lol Duh if u don't eat then train you will be weaker. X2 worthless
    not really. you should put into equation the supercompesatory effect of the meal following your fasting state. when you fast for hours, TRAIN FASTED then eat, you partition nutrientes better, you have more insulin sensitivity (so more glucose running to your muscle cells than to your adipocytes), more catecolamine output in the fasted state besides other things
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    I perfer to fast when I sleep, 12 hours a day should be good enough. :P

    Eat the other 12.
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    Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    I perfer to fast when I sleep, 12 hours a day should be good enough. :P

    Eat the other 12.
    Hence the term "break-fast". Which, for most people, is somewhere between 8-12 hours. All people, unless you wake to eat midsleep, fast at some point in the course of 24 hours. I agree with blacklines in the thought of 6+ meals a day mantra greatly helps MHP sell protein pudding. I also disagree to say that any fasting protocol research or article is due to industry royalties. Its rare, in any field of study, to find research thats truly funded independently. My hospital received a pretty penny from a certain diagnostics company for our cross-platform research on hematology anaylzers but I believe in the cause and my data - does that mean its not true?
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