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Old 04-16-2012, 07:28 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by fatcar View Post
What is the minimal amount of fat you should be taking in to have your body function as it should be?
As with most questions like these: It depends. And, can you define what "as it should be" means? I get blanket questions all the time through e-mails. Dependent on the person's current physical disposition, medical history (or no), goal wants, and other factors, I always set up diets particular to the person. Though the basic mechanics are the same (calorie, macro, etc), how this is "manipulated", however, is not. Get more specific, and you will obtain more specific answers to what you are asking.

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