2hrs! going to be hard to fit that one in. I'll see if I can play it in the background.
Was the nausea dehydration or... sounds like could be related to this legal stress.
Usually dehydration related gym nausea hits me post workout rather than pre...
Good luck bro. hope things clear up for you guys.
Yeah, 2 hours, but since it is something I do regularly and believe in I am interested in listening to it. I love the science stuff that surrounds all of this. So knowing even more is always alluring to me. He presents it well and in a way you can understand regardless of your background. It might be overkill for what you want to know, it might not. I imagine the one that @Hyde
posted with Layne Norton has plenty of info, and is much shorter. I am actually planning on listening to it today while I am working.
Biggest outtakes from this one, and these are if trying to get all of the health benefits of fasting.
1. Don't break your fast for at least 1 hour after waking up, and longer if possible.
2. Try to fast at least 2-3 hours before you go to sleep - this is due to the major health benefits of being in an actual fasted state during sleep which means not still having food trickling in from the digestive system
3. If building or maintaining muscle is your main goal you should start taking in protein before 10:00AM, as it is somehow more readily used and available for building muscle in the morning. Something to do with the circadian rhythm.
4. They consider a fasted state being unfed, IE it takes a few hours after your last feeding to actually get into a fasted state. The fasted state is more about your blood sugar being at whatever is a low baseline for you, which means low insulin levels and more glucagon. Not actually not eating anything, although not eating anything ensures you stay in that fasted state. He gets into what does and doesn't likely break a fast.
Most of these suggestions are more about the health benefits than the effect on body composition. For body composition outside of the recommendation for protein earlier in the day there aren't many differences. Also they are what have been found to be ideal in studies, but not always ideal in practice. You have to pick and choose based on convenience, lifestyle, social situations and the like.