Da Vinci wrote:
I’ve also noted that Thibaudeau’s recommendations have changed again regarding pulsing. Originally they were used by themselves, similar to Norton’s take. Now they are preceding all solid meals by 30mins, i.e. doubling the frequency.
Personally I’m not going to pursue that strategy because: (a) it’s more expensive; (b) it’s far less practical on a daily basis.
While I’m sticking with whey hydrolysate pulses, I’m upping the leucine content following Norton’s recommendations. Alternatively, if I’m on the move I find 5g of BCAAs is much more practical.[/quote]
Unless I am reading it wrong, Thib’s protocol seems to be evolving. Plus it has the ever-elusive Anaconda, which is not available to us mere mortals. That is not to say I may not try his protocol when they unleash this whole thing in final form, but for now, I think I will stick with Norton’s.
Norton’s recommendation is simple and relatively inexpensive. I mix the BCAA’s with Leucine and homemade Pedialyte. It is easy to make and about 1/10th the cost of the real stuff. Actually tastes decent, which is not always easy with BCAA’s or Leucine. Plus they use it for kids who are dehydrated, so I figure the uptake will be enhanced.