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Old 01-16-2010, 12:28 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Grim83 View Post
It would allow for alot of lean gains, when i was trying to gain i would always ramp my fat intake to crazy high levels, because it is a huge part of hormone production, also recently even though i have been eating less than normal, a bit under maintenance, i have noticed some muscle gains, as long as you keep your lifting progressive, you will get bigger
Watch how high you raise you fat intake. Studies have showed that once you get above about 30% of your calories from fat you start to lose the benefit!
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