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Old 06-03-2008, 10:25 PM   #11
Derek Weaver
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I was aware of the nitrogen sparing effect of a high fat diet. I was just pointing out that the Zone is a good example of a calorically restrictive diet being detrimental to muscle maintenance/gain and in turn performance unless the fat is bumped up.

I'm intrigued by the 800 calorie/day subjects. I wouldn't want to do that and that much protein with little else may not be the best idea for any serious length of time... but still, I'm intrigued.
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