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    Advice on cutting


    What's up guys. Looking to get ripped up and know all about the deficit and types of foods. What I am curious about is to how the nutrient timing aspect comes into play. Ease help me out here! Thanks bros!

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    Carbs around workout. Extremely low fat around workout as well.

    Whole meal to start the day not a shake.

    Whole foods instead of shakes whenever possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Carbs around workout. Extremely low fat around workout as well. Whole meal to start the day not a shake. Whole foods instead of shakes whenever possible.
    so more fats towards the end of the day
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    Without knowing how many meals and when you lift, start feeding and end feeding, yes towards the start and end of the day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Without knowing how many meals and when you lift, start feeding and end feeding, yes towards the start and end of the day
    lift first thing in the morning after meal 1 consisting of protein and fat. Usually eat 4-5 meals a day. First feeding usually 10am last is around 10pm
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    I personally like fats with my carbs (10-15g) pre wo to keep blood sugar level stable but just find what works best for you. If you are cutting carbs I would recommend keeping them Peri wo for performance reasons to keep LBM but it's not 100% set in stone
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    What has worked for me and my clients

    PreWO - IFN Whey protein + carbs (30g) + 1/2 TBSP fat
    Intra - Glycofuse + BCAA
    Post - Steak + carbs (57g) + 1/2 TBSP fat

    Than another meal of carbs, rest is protein and fat till you fill your macros.
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