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I really appreciate this dialogue. As a Personal trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist this one area of carbs verses protein has been a big issue for me…issue meaning a topic of continued attempts of understanding.
First, the 20grms of protein post workout doesn’t fit everone of course while genetics, sex and size play the major role. Since both protein and carbs provide same levels of energy i don’t see the added benefit of just using protein to replace energy. One’s total energy balance can be set off as easy with protein as with carbs…
Second, Jeanemarie makes a good point about “What is a workout?” The comment i have is that anaerobic workouts should be considered major depletion of glycogen stores rather than just assuming aerobic workouts do that…they primarily use oxidation cycle of fat stores anyway. After an hour or more intense weight training workout one’s sugar is very low and that is typical of someone trying to build muscle.
This is of real interest to me because many in fitness industry believe carbs are evil for reducing body fat and producing lean muscle. I am NOT an RD as Jeannemarie but nothing in my nutrition studies has proven that to be the case…in fact just the opposite. I’m very interested in understanding more! Thanks for this discussion!

By way of background my 3rd health failure at xmas 2015 had me in ‘adrenal failure’ & gut disbiosis for most of 2016, reflecting my life long problems of G6PD deficiency confirmed in March 2017. Your article piqued my interest because of a recent health challenge.
I am Zero Carb for obvious reasons & follow a Magnesium protocol to reduce the iron overload of Haemolysis. Mineral imbalance an oversite in the above article.
HIIT & fasting is detrimental for my condition, but I do have to deplete my glycogen stores before I break fast for a 4hr eating window 2 – 6 pm, finding by my reading, that 12 hrs plus is sufficient for autophagy. I then intentionally overeat [increased fat] to gain weight & support an increasing physical life. Although I did find I was essentially substituting a breakfast with specific protein powders & Coconut Oil & am trending toward 2 meals at noon & 6pm.
Without the conflictions of carbs or fibre, starting with a reintroduction of minimal low caffeine [adrenal/cortisol] I had a rise in FBG from low 4s to high 5s that continued with experimentation of low histamine cooked meats creating a Glutamate overload, I believe, readily converted to glucose. These affects are easily seen in a return of red coloured cloudy urine. Over the month I returned to raw meat & boosted antioxidant support for a clearing of red [Lipofuscin pigment granules] but continued high BG & cloudy sludge.
With past edema experience of low Potassium [K] I increased K for a return to clear cloudless urine & relief of Chronic Fatigue & perhaps [postprandial BG ] return of better FBG just happening now. I doubt a HbA1c would be better than of previous
Also intriguing is recent, retrying, use of pre meal ACV for avoidance of postprandial narcolepsy.
I believe in & hope for a return of LC dietary fibre when my iron is reduced.
Anyone can read my experience in https://-/users/894906 ‘Canary in a Coal Mine’.

Finally, specific advice. If you are looking to juice for the first time, don’t get too complicated! I hear of people going out the first time and running 5 different drugs.. That’s crazy; there’s simply no need to do that, you can only grow so fast and there’s not much gained (except risk) by going poly drug. A great 8-12 week cycle for most men is 500mgs/wk of testosterone and .5 to 1mg 3X a week of Arimidex (depending on how you feel). That’s it. No need to over complicate things! Also, you need to get over any fear of needles. Oral steroids are ALL DANGEROUS because they need to go through your liver, and, because of that, they all stress your body a lot more than injections. It’s not that bad, I’ve been doing it 2X a week for years, you get used to it. Not the highlight of my day, but no worse than a lot of other things! If you just want to be sterile, 250mgs/wk of testosterone with .5 Arimidex 3X a week will do it for most men. That’s a high TRT dose, and will make most steroid newbies grow pretty well; but it’s low enough that most people can stay on it indefinitely. Oh, and, one other thing.. Get some Rogaine. 😉 That’s a real negative side effect of steroids, if you’re predisposed to male pattern baldness, steroids WILL accelerate the hair loss. Rogaine (or Propecia, if you can stand the sides) helps immensely.

on one hand we have:
– Anecdotal evidence from millions of people spanning thousands of years
– In Vitro studies supporting the observed effects
– Clinical studies confirming positive results stretching back 10+ years
– The basic knowledge that turmeric is:
a. A potent antioxidant
b. A potent anti-inflammatory
c. Rich in vitamin C, E and several B group vitamins
e. Contains many sulphur based compounds
f. Rich in magnesium
g. Useful for minimising lipid peroxidation (which is well known to be linked with acne)
h. Can regulate serotonin production and other bio/neurotransmitters (again well understood to be linked to acne)
i. Antimicrobial (especially against Propionibacterium acnes) (one reference off the top of my head: https:///health/medical/altmed/herb/turmeric )

Although the modern doping products are very powerful in promoting muscle growth and body fat reduction, better think twice before starting to use them and inform yourself very well about their side effects and health risks. If you are hoping for a long and healthy life, you probably do not want to become a chemical bodybuilder. A must-see for everybody who considers starting with anabolic steroids is the documentary on steroids produced by Nat. Geogr. Chan. One of the best books with practical information on anabolic steroids is Anabolics by William Llewellyn.

Think steroids insulin

think steroids insulin

on one hand we have:
– Anecdotal evidence from millions of people spanning thousands of years
– In Vitro studies supporting the observed effects
– Clinical studies confirming positive results stretching back 10+ years
– The basic knowledge that turmeric is:
a. A potent antioxidant
b. A potent anti-inflammatory
c. Rich in vitamin C, E and several B group vitamins
e. Contains many sulphur based compounds
f. Rich in magnesium
g. Useful for minimising lipid peroxidation (which is well known to be linked with acne)
h. Can regulate serotonin production and other bio/neurotransmitters (again well understood to be linked to acne)
i. Antimicrobial (especially against Propionibacterium acnes) (one reference off the top of my head: https:///health/medical/altmed/herb/turmeric )

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