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Old 02-12-2009, 06:25 PM   #4
Patrick Yeung
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Im in the same boat as Mike. Though, I have been trying to time my heavy lifts at night, but if I did it in the morning, and I feel hungry later, I may have some low GI protein. Otherwise, ive had great gains in my lifts/weight and lost bf not eating PWO.

I dont sweat a detailed program though, I just eat when im hungry, and stop when I feel satisfied. I try to make sure to get at least enough protein, especially if ive lifted. Some nights, I may eat 4000 calories, others, maybe 2000, but the body is pretty good at keeping homeostasis and letting you know when it needs more calories, and when.
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