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doug1

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i was reading animals diet where he states the muscles are full of glycogen when we wake up from the previous evenings carbs. so any consumption of carbs in the morning will move the glucose into the fat cells since the muscles are fully loaded. if this is true why have we been told that insulin sensitivity is best in the morning and then declines as the day goes on. making for some of the rules like no carbs after 6pm or whatever time you've heard. btw i do not agree with that philosophy, which would support animals' theories. so i'm a little confused, we can't have it both ways, which is true and which is false?
 

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since there are no takers, i have a theory. the theory is that carbs don't get converted into fat anywhere near as easily as people think! especially todays modern bodybuilders that have gotten swayed by guys like atkins and duchaine who's diets are great for obese people with awfull insulin resistance. NOT for a hard training bodybuilder who is say 12% bodyfat or under. im not sure how you guys have opted for huge quantities of meat and fats over the obvious benefits of fresh fruits and vegetables and grains...?
 

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I've just read some new studies done here in Aust that show that protein can have the same effect on insulin as carbs do so there is no point in doing a low carb diet for fat loss. Maybe that explains that when I was experimenting, just having a double whey isolate shake in water instead of a carb meal saw me past my insulin crash no problem...
 

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Big A said:
I've just read some new studies done here in Aust that show that protein can have the same effect on insulin as carbs do so there is no point in doing a low carb diet for fat loss. Maybe that explains that when I was experimenting, just having a double whey isolate shake in water instead of a carb meal saw me past my insulin crash no problem...
Do you have a copy of this study BIG A ?
Hov much did protein raise insulin ?
 

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Protein raises insulin level as much as carb does.
 

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