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Old 07-02-2012, 03:14 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
Diet and training are both highly individual. For example, I know quite a few people who have done great on high fat/low carb diets and are both lean and strong. In contrast, I find I do better with more carbs than fats.

Protein should always be as high as possible, though.
True.. But, in general, for a majority of the people is one favored over the other.. 40/30/30 or 40/40/20..

My view on this now after seeing Bend The Bars response which I liked, is to just eat alot of protein, and let the fats and carbs take care of themselves. Or, i'll just try to get in as much carbs and protein in every meal and whatever fat I get from that meal counts as fat.
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Old 07-02-2012, 03:38 PM   #12
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I favor a PCF of 45/5/50 or somewhere in there. though I really need to stay out of the pizza, I dont even want to think what my ratio was yesterday.
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