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Old 06-05-2013, 03:30 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Soldier View Post
It's actually fairly complex, but it's similiar to what you did when you tried IF. Most days you drink 5-6 protein shakes and eat 1 or 2 meals consisting almost entirely of fatty meat, prefferably bone-in. 1 or 2 days a weak you do a refeed or "rampage" with lots of carbs. You also do a "protein sparing fast" once a week which is a day of just protein shakes.

I've never been able to eat just when I'm hungry. That's why I can gain so much weight so easily, and why I lean towards more structured diet plans.
That's real close to what I do now. I personally found that frequent protein served me better. But to each his own. I am not young and have a slow metabolism.

For enhanced lifters you want a more steady stream of protein, and greater overall protein intake in general. So keep that in mind as well because it is rarely talked about.
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