[quote]young n wrote:
I am on the fourth week of the anabolic diet and it really IS the way to go…[/quote]
The Anabolic Diet may work well for some, but there are other ways to get lean and muscular.
To the OP, ketogenic diets are not magic, you still need to consume fewer calories than you burn. I recommend that you learn to tailor your macronutrient intake so that you can achieve your objectives and feel alert.[/quote]
Humans are meant to eat carbohydrates. There is tons of NEW literature about the negative aspects of ketogenic and super low carb diets.
Everything should be eaten sensibly and in moderation. [/quote]
to the OP maybe you should try 3 carb + protein meals and 3 fat + protein meals per day, just make the first meal a carb + protein meal and the other two carb + protein meals pre and post workout, try that for a while, consuming less carbs and spreading them out ought to help somewhat with your carb sensitivity[/quote]
Everybody is unique in how they handle macro nutrients and eneregy. Personally I perform high level energy system work better on low carb diets. For me I assume that if I assume that if I am doing a lor of energy system training I will be burning protein.
I think the recommendation of having 3 fat + protein meals and 3 carb + prtoien meals is interesting. It could be 4 and 2 for some people. For me it is basically 1 carb + protien meal and 5 fat + protien meals.
BTW, Good looking puppy. [/quote]
thanks, but i dont quite understand as to why your taking in 5 fat + protein meals on a workout day, i mean i can understand if you were doing that on a non workout day, but i would still think that a person would need some crabs to help them grow even on a non trainig day, but the 5 fat + protein meals on a high energy system training day just aint making sense, i would think that on a high energy system training day that a person would need more carbs than on an off day to help maximize their workout capacity, and that at least a person would consume carbs peri workout