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Old 04-06-2007, 09:44 PM   #8
Troy Archie
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Location: Vancouver, Canada
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Originally Posted by Robb Wolf View Post
2-Seat-o-your pants low carb may be the way to go. Protein at every meal. Protein and carbs post workout. Protein and fat all other meals. If you hate eating you MIGHT be eating enough.
Originally Posted by Mike ODonnell View Post
Go with the protein every 2-3 hours, take in at least 1-1.5g/lb of bodyweight. I'd say CHO intake is good probably at 1g/lb of bodyweight with 75% being PWO (from immediate to 2-3hours after). Beradi has the P+C for 2 meals after the workout and all others P+F. DJ said it best too....Fiber with every meal. (whether it be in a shake, veggies, or flaxseeds on the food).

Do you guy's even take into account the carbs in veggies (cabbage, lettuce, celery, tomatos...) or are they pretty much nothing? Save yams, sweet potatoes and such...You mention getting 75% carbs PWO but yet having a fiber with every meal...
Healthy body sick mind...
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