I'll stick to casein protein when I haven't eaten much meat on training days and BCAAs before working out.
Note: Written by Alan Aragon who used to be against intermittent fasting and is now a supporter of leangains.com.
Other Leangains links to read:
Bodybuilding celebrity Lee Labrada sets world record in nutritional ignorancehttp://bit.ly/s3ZmHT Read the truth here http://bit.ly/rO1Tqc
Candy, Cocaine, Autism and Schizophrenia | Scientific American http://bit.ly/stNj2g
New study challenges the widely held assumption 'a calorie is a calorie'http://bit.ly/uOQkui Cooked and processed food yields more energy.
Posted this before, but i think it is really important, because i see that a lot people here want to go in a 30-40% deficit, thinking in optimal and faster fat loss, but things do not happen like this...
From Emma Leigh(google if you do not know who is she):
Many people grossly underestimate the time it is going to take them to reach their goal weight, which generally results in frustration, disappointment, and a fall from the diet wagon.
So I just wanted to point everyone to this: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_
It points out that a '3500 cal deficit' will NOT always = 1# weight loss... <-- this generic calculation fails to take into consideration the many differences seen in individuals (gender, age, race, starting weight, impact after prolonged dieting, etc).
I encourage you to check out the link, and take advantage of this funky timeline tool here: http://bwsimulator.niddk.nih.g
Be sure to use the 'advanced tools' when doing so, as these allow you to enter things like your RMR calculations and % carbs calories and bodyfat and what not. Also check out the visual stuff (easier to understand) - as it gives you lots of different options when assessing data (check out the different timeline graphs / tabulated data etc).
Even with that said - at the end of the day it is still just 'another prediction equation' that isn't always going to be accurate. There will always be people who fall outside of these results.
So remember to maintain some common sense
Effects of Resistance vs. Aerobic Training Combined With an 800 Calorie Liquid Diet on Lean Body Mass
to all LG'ers, who wonder im very lean but still cant see their abs, should i STILL CUT for more definition? here is ur answer, READ THIS:http://bradpilon.com/weight-lo
They are now doing Intermittent Fasting at Xtreme Couture MMA gym in Las Vegas. Check out Ray Sefo at 9.58mins. Martin your knowledge sure doe get around http://vimeo.com/31732243
Hollywood grade Fuckarounditis!
Doctors don't know shit about diet, new study finds http://bit.ly/rzl4hT That people assume otherwise is unfortunate.
Workout tune: http://www.youtube.com/wat
Worst spotter in the world:
Why does explaining why a cupcake is delicious make us love it less?http://bit.ly/szTqhi
Japanese girl sets new world record in jumping rope - YouTubehttp://bit.ly/vJxUxp This is pretty crazy.
High-protein/high-dairy diet supports bone health during fat loss and exercisehttp://1.usa.gov/sBPIev New study for the vegans to chew on.
Juice Plus + ® Provides the nutritional essence of 17 different fruits, vegetables and grains in a convenient capsule form. Click here to learn more.
It is a nice article but has a few misconseptions: "After a meal, some of the glucose not used immediately for fuel travels to the liver or skeletal muscles, where it is converted to a compound called Glycogen--through a process called glycogenesis--and stored for energy. Any excess glucose is stored in adipose tissue as fat." The convertion of glucose to fat in humans is a metabolical pathway not that easy, it needs days of overfeeding carbs to ocur. And it says that fatty acids need carbs in order to be oxided, not necesarily, i do not want to become a pro carb pro fat discution, but chech tha facts http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_
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Directed by Lee Fulkerson. With Joey Aucoin, Neal Barnard, Gene Baur, San'Dera Brantley-Nation. Examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods.