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Old 07-29-2005, 03:17 PM   #1
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So I have stalled during my recent cutting session and am looking for every possible way to cut calories while sparring my muscle mass. Usually I take around 100 grams of simple carbs coming from dextrose in my PWO shakes to get a 2:1 carb/protein ratio. I maintain this PWO shake no matter if I am cutting or bulking. I was wondering if you guys would recommend cutting back on the dextrose while on a cut and if so, to what ratio? (1:1, etc)

Or should I just keep the same amount of dextrose in my PWO shake to make sure I replenish my glycogen levels.

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I do a 1:1 ratio
50g of protein 50g of carbs. I have always felt that was more than enough
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