So, elusive, going off your comments about cell by cell instead of body-wide, would you agree or disagree that by postponing even a cell by cell shut-down for a longer period of time would lead to greater/faster fat loss?
Do you not agree with any kind of carb timing to manipulate/utilize different hormones at certain times?[/quote]
Yes, less cells blunted by insulin, equals more beta oxidation. However, I don’t feel nutrition is as black and white as that. We (our cells) are constantly burning and storing fat throughout the day, second by second. Our calories first, then our macronutrient choices helps decide if we store or burn more through out the day.
Now, going back to your question. Yes, it will help you burn more fat, but it will also help you burn more aminos for gluconeogenesis, which is why I said its not black and white. Each method has its beneifits and downfalls, IMO.
I know nutrient timing is a popular method, there are tons of bodybuilders who get in great shape without worrying about this popular “fad” (for lack of a better word)way of eating. If your gonna consume 100grams of CHO throughout the day, where you put them IMO, won’t matter all too much in the big picture. The times your not consuming them will be equivalent in the end.
I usually say, try it all out, do what feels best for yourself, just don’t believe someone on a forum because they read the latest article. Experiment with your eating habits and figure it out.[/quote]
Thanks for your input. Appreciated.