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Old 12-08-2006, 05:38 AM   #21
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Old 12-08-2006, 10:01 AM   #22
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Old 12-16-2006, 12:54 PM   #23
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Costco bulk meat department here I come...

I feel way better and I've got some income coming in now so I'm going to continue with the IF but double the calories!
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Old 12-20-2006, 07:05 PM   #24
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Been having this discussion with Rip, for a while. And since I'm looking at returning to a strict zone I'm considering a comment he made.

So I hate dairy, I really do but from the experience of good Coach Rippetoe his opinion is that the amount of calorie consumption is not particularly related to mass gain. He is telling me that from his experience he has seen the best successes with mass gain in relation to consumption of milk. Ughhh

So here's my question if I return to a strict zone in order to correct my sleep deficiencies, will I completely bastardize the effect by consuming fair portions of milk. I'm wondering if I time the consumption of milk throughout the day as per say 2 blocks every hour between my solid zone meals will negatively effect my potential sleep cycle?
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OK so I had some issues with this program at first due mainly to the unfortunate impact previously mentioned far too many times.

I decided to try the Homo Milk idea and what do you know it works. I've been putting on quite a bit of weight and I'm not feeling too rough at all in fact I'm feeling quite good. I've been eating breakfast in the morning. Usually a pretty fatty breakfast egg sandwich. Then drinking milk throughout the day every hour or two. Then eating a decent sized eyeballed zone meal.

I've been averaging 2 litres of milk per day for the past three weeks. Get this I currently weigh 154lbs. Thats some big weight I've put on.
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Old 02-05-2007, 05:31 AM   #26
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Started with the milk thing a bout three weeks ago.
I currently weigh 153lbs. Not too shabby, seems to be working, getting stronger, and noticeable bigger. Wee bit pudgier but I'm ok with that I'm still fairly lean.

I average 1 - 2 litres of milk per day.
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