Diet

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  1. IvanTheBrick

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    Completely agree with that. I know when I was taking Creatine I had to have it at set intervals and specific amounts and also before and/or after specific events. I was also told to lay off of it if I was going to eat a lot of meat, or vice versa. ALso be sure to stay very hydrated while taking Creatine for max effect.
     
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    I said not more than half a gram Per pound of body weight, in my case that 100 grams, ( or more accurately a gram per kilo) i said nothing about 30 grams and nothing at all about it being rejected, the body doesn't reject protein , it just has no mechanism to store it, so you pass it on urine.

    To be clear prOtein doesn't not make you grow, the exercise does that, the protein is just the building material for that growth, your body already makes its own protein from sugars. You need only enough to supply the growth your exercise has caused, any more is just waisted Down the urinal.

    There are lots of people inbibbing massive amounts of protein supliment, saT there wondering why their muscles are not getting any bigger, . I'm assuming they only read the label and not the Small print

    Nb, for most people who ARNt throwing big weights about, I suspect 30 grams is more than adequate
     
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    I didn't see in his post where @jobo said anything about 30g being the max. He said .5g per pound was sufficient for hard training - that would be 85g for someone my size.
     
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    Tbh must have misread I thought you said 25g or above is expensive urine. im stupid :banghead:
     
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    @IvanTheBrick - might want to edit those phone numbers out...
     
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    oh crap how do i do that i really am stupid i cant see the edit button
     
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    A moderator has done it for you. :)
     
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    Bruh thanks the Moderator and praise him like I praise the sun. I hope someone here understand that reference. If you do, PM me for lore implicashionssss
     
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    I do not believe in diets, probably because I've always tried some and it does not work for me!
     
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    Well your alive so they clearly work
     
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    "Diet" really just refers to what you eat. We all have a "diet". Some folks say they're going to "go on a diet", meaning they're going to change their diet (usually to lose weight). There's a fair amount of evidence that people's dietary needs aren't all the same (even excepting things like diabetes and food allergies).
     
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    I've been involved with people, a lot of people who are on a calorie controlled diets over the years and a) they all work if you stick to them and b) non of them work as all of them have returned to their previous level of chubbyness, as soon as the diet is over
     
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    That's because the usual procedure is to go back to eating the way they did before the diet as soon as "the system" finishes.
     
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    Yes indeed, there generally for an " event" holIdays" wedding or just summer, rather
    Than for " life" and of course a lot of the effective diets are not sustainable in the long term anyway,

    My fat friend who was at on time my girl friend until she got the size of a good sized house, has been on a Near perpetual diet For 10 years and resists all attempts to get her to excersise, we were going on 10 miles walks at one time, till she replaced that with walking round the Trafford centre, We tried bike riding, accused me of trying to kill her, she drives 400 yards to buy Crisps
     
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    Yeah, most folks apparently don't make long-term dietary changes. If you go back to the diet and activity level that put the fat on, it'll just come back.
     

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