Diet coke also blocks calcium absorption. Drink very sparingly. I admit I’ll still have one occassionally, but stick to my green tea and water 99 percent of the time.
Dairy has a high glycemic load, but it’s very anti-catabolic. I drink it only when trying to gain some weight, but never when shredding. I used to get whole unpasteurized milk and it made me feel like a million bucks at about a cup a day. But conventional pasteurized milk is full of synthetic vitamins, and synthetic Vitamin A is actually toxic and been shown to increase cancer risk and other adverse effects.
As for the pork, we don’t have to worry about the worms too much in this day and age. That’s so rare anymore. I was actually just reading about pork loin having some special health benefits. I’ll try to track that article back down. It’s a good source of lean protein and can be eaten in a clean diet.
They’re looking for extreme transformation in the clinic, and are limiting intake to optimal food sources. Pork is variety, but not the powerhouse like salmon, grass-fed beef, etc.[/quote]
thats exactly why i post this stuff at t nation rather than look up scientific journals.
here people can and have applied the science to actual practical situations.
the fact that it blocks calcium absorption is one such perfect practical message.
i can get alot of pork cheaply where i am, i know it cant be bad for you in moderation - i was just wondering if say 800g lean pork loin in 1 day (not every day) may have some kind of chemical significance im not aware of.
it would be good if a clinic client could let me know the coaches take on pork and dairy for fat loss and matainance?