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Old 08-12-2009, 03:32 PM
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Yeah, the last I read, a significant portion of one's fat intake should come from saturated fat. I don't feel like going back and looking for a percentage because it doesn't really matter. Most people get enough saturated fat without trying.
If it isn't too much a bother, would you mind posting a link to the article (or giving me a title/author)? It's not that I don't believe you, it's just a subject I'd be interested in reading up on.

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Elevated blood glucose levels trigger carbohydrate storage (insulin release), not fat storage. Digestion rates are different for carbs and fats. Fill in the link and make it significant, or I won't buy it.
Like I said before, elevated insulin levels impair fat mobilization, meaning you're more likely to use your carbs and protein as fuel. I would assume that in turn fat would be more likely to be ignored and thusly stored with high blood glucose as it inhibits hormon sensitive lipase's fat attack...but then again, I'm but a humble teen paraphrasing chapter 6 of the Ultimate Diet 2.0
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Old 08-17-2009, 05:09 PM
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I see what you're saying now...it happens by default, or as a consequence.

You just have to look at the significance level & the time frame. Lyle writes good stuff. I haven't read that book, but until recently I haven't read his blog very much. Just keep in mind that he's trying to get a point across. Just because something has a significance level doesn't mean it's significant. I'm not saying it's not, but that there are many other much more important processes going on IMHO. I don't think we're in disagreement.

I don't have anything bookmarked regarding saturated fat. You'll have to google it and wade through the BS to find much.
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Old 09-06-2009, 11:49 AM
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As regards proteins, the menu suits ELITE Whey Pro Isolate containing 80% protein, and I think he is good and price.
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protein is protein... aminos are aminos... the difference is that the foods you consume contain different quantities of them and are either quick or slow to digest. I think what you should be focusing on is the type of protein to be consumed at different times of the day... morning... pre/post workout... night... etc...
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:50 AM
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As someone else mentioned, the problem is all of the fats, etc that come with that beef. Beef is fine, but it's all the cheese, etc.

Pasta is a source of carbs, not protein.
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I think us guys who have been in this life for many years assume that the starters already know this information.. but obviously not.

The higher the fat content of a food(animal) product - the slow the digestion rate of the protein. Only animal/Fish/whey/casin counts towards your daily intake of protein.. not beans/pastas/rice/legumes.. blah blah... basicly - if it was either walking/running or swimming at one point - it counts

You need to learn and read! there are pages of information out there... but always listen to your body and go off how you feel.
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Only animal/Fish/whey/casin counts towards your daily intake of protein..
Why?
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Old 12-22-2009, 07:25 AM
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So should I count the 20-25 grams of protein I get from a sandwich that has cheese and packaged ham on it?
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