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Old 07-14-2005, 06:16 AM   #11
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Everybody says be carefull in reading labels... but what should I look for.

My shakes promote a lot of protein and carbs all together. In my understanding carbs are faster to be converted to energy. Proteins take a little longer. I think the body needs the carbs to get the energy the body needs during work outs without having to use the protein. So the carbs are what are being used and protein replenishes the muscels teared.

What exactly do you stay away from when you read the labels.

Can someone explain the difference between the two types of fat?

Are carbs always good?

And I also read that you should not eat any carbs after five o'clock. I mean what the hack. I work till five. I am lucky if I start my work out at 5:40. Put an hour in there and my shake is at about 6:10. Then an hour later a good meal. So we set back to 7:30 - 8:00 o'clock. I do not really think that is reasonable but technically what is a good last meal time and content.

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Old 07-14-2005, 06:37 AM   #12
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stay away from partically hydrogenated oils, and processed foods that are high in cholestrol. the difference from the fats..one clogs your arteries and the other doesnt because one turns solid at room temp. and fats like olive oil are liquid at room temp. i think thats the difference but im sure there is much more such as different nutritents in each of them.
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And I also read that you should not eat any carbs after five o'clock. I mean what the hack. I work till five. I am lucky if I start my work out at 5:40. Put an hour in there and my shake is at about 6:10. Then an hour later a good meal. So we set back to 7:30 - 8:00 o'clock. I do not really think that is reasonable but technically what is a good last meal time and content.
That 5 o'clock thing is based on probably going to bed around 10 or 11. It's not a flat out 5 PM. So adjust your 'eating clock' to how your day is structured. Like a few weeks ago, when I had nothing to do but lift, fish and sometimes drink, I was getting up at 11-noon and going to bed around 3-3:30 AM. (Now I keep saner hours for the most part--school days go to bed aroundd 11-12 and wake up @ 7 or so. Non-school days up a little later and wake up a little later...)

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