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Old 05-14-2011, 05:43 PM   #11
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I toyed with it a bit last time i dieted and found that it was actually easier for me than regular cutting. I found that dealing with hunger early in the day was easier than at night and i slept better on a full stomach. However i didnt do it steadily for more than a couple of weeks so idk what kind of issues may have come up after the novelty of something new wears off.
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Cool deal Bam, thanks for the input.
The more I have been studying, the frequency myth is found to be just that, a myth. I am finding the same thing with carbs.
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The more I have been studying, the frequency myth is found to be just that, a myth. I am finding the same thing with carbs.

Hi, Bam!

I assume you mean frequency of meals as in stimulating metabolism? Then yes, its a myth, as research supports it does not. However, there are other "personally important" roles meal frequency can play (i.e. staving off hunger cravings, binges, and among other pesonally important considerations).

IMHO, carbohydrates are the most powerful manipulative macro nutrient between the three. And, how this is manipulated depends on the goal of the individual, and how the other two macros are manipulated as a result of the carbohydrate being manipulated.

Some mainstream media and other mediums of communication that throw out their BS would have you think that the carbohydrate is the villian, when its not. When concerning a person whom is healthy (say a non-diabetic, whom has to watch their carbohydrate consumption), personal responsibility and closing-thy-mouth once in a while (while conducting a non-bull-shit) study would lead them to tissue loss--while still eating normally and consuming the MIGHTY carbohydrate types. Its in the understanding of the macros (there roles), and the attitude toward them.

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Hi, Bam!

I assume you mean frequency of meals as in stimulating metabolism? Then yes, its a myth, as research supports it does not. However, there are other "personally important" roles meal frequency can play (i.e. staving off hunger cravings, binges, and among other pesonally important considerations).
My problem has never been binging or hunger cravings but grazing. I encourage frequent meals in cases like you mention, but that has not been my problem. IF has actually helped my grazing issues.
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IMHO, carbohydrates are the most powerful manipulative macro nutrient between the three. And, how this is manipulated depends on the goal of the individual, and how the other two macros are manipulated as a result of the carbohydrate being manipulated.

Some mainstream media and other mediums of communication that throw out their BS would have you think that the carbohydrate is the villian, when its not. When concerning a person whom is healthy (say a non-diabetic, whom has to watch their carbohydrate consumption), personal responsibility and closing-thy-mouth once in a while (while conducting a non-bull-shit) study would lead them to tissue loss--while still eating normally and consuming the MIGHTY carbohydrate types. Its in the understanding of the macros (there roles), and the attitude toward them.
I am not anti-carb. They have their place in the diet, needed for muscle hydration. My biggest problem is that the typical western diet emphasizes the starchy carbs beyond where they should be. As a pastor, I look at everything through the lens of the Bible. The references to bread, wheat, barly, grains, etc... are all over the place. I do not believe that God would encourage the eating of something, even declaring it clean, if it was harmful. That said, they were never meant to be the primary source of food in the diet. I stress to my Fit For the King students, whole grains and complex carbs in moderation.
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