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Old 06-19-2013, 04:47 PM   #7
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I have been told that high fat diet result in a slight testosterone level boost. If this is true, it certainly shouldnt hurt the bulk, as long as your energy levels from the low carbs are sufficient to keep lifting heavier (I assumed carbs in your diet are low).

I don't know for sure how far the first statement is correct though. Would be nice if anyone who has a solid grasp on this would care to weigh in.

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These days even one Poptart gives me a food hangover.
I have been feasting on cheesecake and Jambalayas on my travels while drinking beer in a rather aptly named "Church Brew works", which is in fact a brewery inside a building that used to be a huge church once upon a time. Happy days

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