# Massive Eating? Questions...

For anyone out there that is following massive eating, how much fat have you gained?

Also, is eating every hour and a half too much?

What and how much fat do you get with your fat and protein meals?

Do you eat a carb and protein meal in the morning or a carb and fat meal?

[quote]Hawkson101 wrote:
For anyone out there that is following massive eating, how much fat have you gained?

Also, is eating every hour and a half too much?

What and how much fat do you get with your fat and protein meals?

Do you eat a carb and protein meal in the morning or a carb and fat meal?[/quote]

I am on Massive Eating and have experience great gains with minimal fat gain.

To figure out how much fat to get with your P&F meals, divide your total ‘goal’ of fatfor a day by the total number of meals.

Not sure what Massive Eating article you read, but JB doesn’t mention C&P meals anywhere!!

What aschy said.

I work out first thing in the morning so on those days, my first meal is Surge (i.e. P+C) as I’m driving to the gym. Otherwise, since the article says to make most of your P+C meals in the 4-6 hours PWO, the answer to your question should be pretty obvious.

[quote] Not sure what Massive Eating article you read, but JB doesn’t mention C&P meals anywhere!!
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Since I doubt you’re implying Berardi is using Boolean algebraic expresions, what do you think he (JB) means when he says P+C?

From Massive Eating Reloaded, Part II:

http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/nutrition/masseating_rl_2.htm

[quote]Hawkson101 wrote:
Also, is eating every hour and a half too much?[/quote]

Eat as often as you can. My problem is not eating often enough.

Your body processes carbs better in the morning, yes. P+C in the morning and P+F in the afternoon/evening.

The exception to this is the post-workout, which is always lots of carbs with protein, etc. (i.e. Surge).

[quote]michaelv wrote:
Your body processes carbs better in the morning, yes. P+C in the morning and P+F in the afternoon/evening.
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Your body may process carbs better in the morning, but in terms of stricly following the M.E. plan, that’s not what the article says calls for.

Long term, I doubt it’ll make much difference either way as long as you avoid the dreaded C+F combination.

Not sure what Massive Eating article you read, but JB doesn’t mention C&P meals anywhere!!

Since I doubt you’re implying Berardi is using Boolean algebraic expresions, what do you think he (JB) means when he says P+C?

From Massive Eating Reloaded, Part II:
From this discussion it should be pretty clear that a couple of P+C meals should be ingested during the few hours after your training session (whenever that might be). Not only will you get a superior anabolic response, but you?ll probably continue losing fat as well. (emphasis added)
http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/nutrition/masseating_rl_2.htm[/quote]

OOOPS! I meant to say JB doesn’t mention P&F meals anywhere per Hawksons original post and NOT P&C like I stated in my post. Thanks for the correction.

So… if you’re not eating fat with your P+C meals… when would you be getting your fat in? Obviously in P+F meals.