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- Jun 15, 2003
It’s always been this way on the forums, even before them on the AOL bodybuilding message boards.I like how disagreements over protein consumption make people go straight ghetto fab on this forum. Sounds more like some weave about to get found in the parking lot
Person 1: I think protein may matter less than many think in this instance
Person 2: TRICK ASS HOE
Person 3: SLUT ASS BITCH
Calm down, yall, damn...
Bboy is on trt right now with this diet, or was, as stated earlier in this threadno Wer not; Wer talking about juice heads who follow high protein diets; find a study about juice heads with high protein diets. Atleast diabetic patients are out of shape and are the perfect example and test subjects. Not bodybuilders with grams of gear
Certain fats aren't just energy carriers, but they are signal transducers and ligands for receptors. Some of those pathways such as PPAR facilitate the processing of fats. You need certain fatty acids to process fat, maybe through diet or sometimes these adipokines are released from adipose during lipolysis.These threads always go to extremes (and it's understandable why and you can sometimes learn from looking at the extremes). The question I'd wonder is if you are getting "enough" protein ie 1.8 grams per kg of bodyweight does adding more, when calories, drugs and everything is equal equate to more fat loss? I just don't see compelling evidence that the answer is "yes". It would seem as long as you have a plentiful amount of protein and you are in a deficit it may be beneficial to add some carbs or fat instead of just more protein.
I'm a "protein guy" so I don't say it to disparage high protein in fact I go more towards 2 grams of protein per kg of bw, which is quite high. But, again, is there reason or rationale to go higher than that vs adding carbs or fat?
This makes sense. I don't get to the point of protein only. But I do keto and just keep lowering the fats. I'll get to the point only whats found in the meat and some MCT oil and I see fat drop faster.Certain fats aren't just energy carriers, but they are signal transducers and ligands for receptors. Some of those pathways such as PPAR facilitate the processing of fats. You need certain fatty acids to process fat, maybe through diet or sometimes these adipokines are released from adipose during lipolysis.
Of course the solution could be in taking non-fatty Agonists for these pathways such as the well recognized cardarine. It's possible anymore to lose fat while completely starving yourself of fats and carbs, but if you don't want to take that comprehensive approach of chemical manipulation, then, yah, a person would need an adequate proportion of mono/polyunsaturated fats as signal transducers for the process.
Not to mention that the less carb you eat the less active you will be.....
All due respect but I don’t think that cause snd effect is accurate. If anything, I’d say it’s opposite. But if I you meant that you sleep less and are therefore potentially moving around more in aggregate then I could possibly agree to that.you sleep less, so you are more active during the day.
Speaking of which, I sometimes wonder how much the sleep can effect your health
To anyone that's ever really run a fat dependent diet, it can really take some getting used to being fully awake, 100% sharp and ready to go on about four hours of sleep every night. And the deeper you're fat adapted, the less you need. Fuck adderall, try a true keto diet
Yep. Pre bed carbs is a great way to get better sleep