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Old 08-17-2012, 05:06 PM   #16
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Dear Steve,

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eating more frequent meal with lesser protein quantity IS NO GOOD. eating more protein meal may increase absorption in the body, but not necessarily more protein synthesis (which is responsible for muscle building). Different food groups have different amounts of leucine which is responsible for protein synthesis, so it's recommended you have higher protein for lesser meals than lesser protein for more meals.
Every bodybuilder in the last 30+ years has used it and it has never let one of them down. You can call it "no good" if you want to, but it has a track record with real world results. Eat how you want, I really don't care. Just down downplay the last 30+ years of bodybuilding because you read a persuasive article on the Internet.

Intermittent fasting might be great for muscle building. That doesn't mean frequent feeding isn't. Perhaps this isn't a black or white question. Perhaps hard, progressive and consistent training is a bigger factor. Perhaps...
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