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Old 01-06-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default Pre-Post Nutrition and Digestion

Reading Rich's Cardio link (http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/gen...catabolic.html) got me to thinking about the normal thought process about pre and post nutrition.

Let me say up front. I AM NOT a nutritionist.

If it takes 24 - 72 hours to digest whole foods, are we not, for the most part, training off our previous day's nutrition? Understanding, a little any way, absorption rates, would not a liquid pre meal be available faster then whole foods? Would it not be wiser, in the scheme of bulking for instance, to put more focus on our off day diet then on our training day diet?

I like to think through and outside the box. This is an area I really would love to see addressed more clearly.
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