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Originally Posted by tesseract View Post

You have a wife.
I do too but I do the bulk of my own cooking. Wifey was a vegetarian when we met, she still doesn't know jack shit about meat except that it's delicious
post #56447 of 57265
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

if you're going that high fat why not buy fattier meat to braise/slow cook. It's easier and tastier than reheating chicken breasts, which kind of blow when reheated.

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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

and also I thought eating lean meat and unsaturated fats is better than eating saturated fat from meats.

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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

just take fish oil and don't eat a lot of other saturated fat and you'll be fine. Or eat a fuckload of tough flavorless chicken breasts smothered in hot sauce like every other culinarily uncreative meathead :P.

Or just get all of your protein from seitan, soymilk, tofu and greek yogurt like me. Seitan actually has great protein macros and is easy to prepare yourself.

Total calories > macros > micronutrients.


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I usually feel better after working out if sick or hungover, especially after some cardio. No matter how you feel, it couldnt've hurt.

Eating really clean becomes exponentially harder after a while. Can't look at basic instagrams, have to force-feed myself salads. I've found that a high quality balsamic vinaigrette with grape must helps a lot. And just putting sauces on everything, been dumping chimichurri on meats.
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

I'm paranoid about sugar so I don't touch any. I'm eating 2k a day, give or take, maintenance is probably around 2600. The worst thing I eat, besides alcohol, are organic bread crumbs made of rice flour that I put on my cod, but it has no flavor. I soak the cod in almond milk and lemon juice beforehand. I try to eat quite a bit of good fats from guacamole, cottage cheese, olive oil, fish, etc.

Edited by GraphicNovelty - 4/11/16 at 9:09am
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I'm confused, are you saying I didn't take your advice? I did get a pork shoulder, was eating cod as seafood cuz it was on sale.

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When your big indulgence is organic rice flour bread crumbs your diet is too clean

Live a little, eat some crap. In my cut last year I think I was able to go for so long because I fit some indulgent shit into my diet almost daily
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

I'm confused, are you saying I didn't take your advice? I did get a pork shoulder, was eating cod as seafood cuz it was on sale.

And said cod is tasteless because you're trying too hard to eat clean. Expending a few calories to create a delicious sauce or breading and just controlling your calories elsewhere will make it so much less painful.
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Emerging evidence in murine model that wheat gluten in seitan etc downregulates lipolysis and b-oxidation related gene expression while simultaneously inhibiting leptin binding is concerning. Gluten may become something to keep an eye on even for non-celiac folk


Edited by MGoCrimson - 4/11/16 at 2:07pm
post #56452 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

When your big indulgence is organic rice flour bread crumbs your diet is too clean

Live a little, eat some crap. In my cut last year I think I was able to go for so long because I fit some indulgent shit into my diet almost daily
The absolute best gym days are the day after you had a huge carb up during a cut. You just feel everything pop.
post #56453 of 57265

Monday = squats = 550g carbs

 

Tuesday = upper body fluff = hilarious pumps

 

That's right, I carb up after squats to blow through the mirror muscles.

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Link?

Not ruling it out or anything, but eating anything downregulates beta oxidation so the controls are pretty important.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Link?

Not ruling it out or anything, but eating anything downregulates beta oxidation so the controls are pretty important.

 

Yea, it's not just insulin or a normal post-prandial response inhibiting lipolysis + b-oxidation. And it's only the one study so far.

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23253599

 

I can upload the full text if needed

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Yeah chuck us the full article? On my phone at the moment.

Another important consideration is whether the gluten was cooked or not.
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accordian, your diet sounds miserable and unsustainable. You almost certainly can't keep eating just those foods and at that caloric deficit.

At the very least, get some seasonings to make this stuff palatable. I felt like a sucker for instagram hype when I picked up some Flavor God seasonings last fall, but now I can't imagine not having them. They blow the usual suspects out of the water.
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Link?

Not ruling it out or anything, but eating anything downregulates beta oxidation so the controls are pretty important.
Sorry, do you guys have a laymans explanation?
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post


Sorry, do you guys have a laymans explanation?

Mice fed an isocaloric high fat, gluten inclusive diet gained more weight, more fat, had worse insulin sensitivity, higher baseline blood glucose and insulin, and lower amounts of enzymes involved in fat burning. 

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