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    Default what to eat

    Quote Originally Posted by BolanRox View Post
    great post mate!
    hello .i am new to site can was hopeing to learn.i am 40 years old and lifting for 3 years.nothing to show for it.taking protien shackes and now starting on rolled oacts.will the oats mixed wit pro be enough carbs on there own as geting belly .am 5-10 and 12 half stone.mark

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    great post

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    I was wondering if you could steer me in the right direction with nutrition. I participate in wrestling seriously 4 days a week and weightlifting 3 days. I've started lifting about last October or November. I've seen some progress but i would like to maximize it.
    I don't mean to ask too much but as a pro can you please share a proper meal plan for a beginner. I go to the gym late around 8pm-10pm because im busy the rest of the day. I don't really understand what i should eat before and after my workout and the same goes for the day after my workout when i have practice. Could you also please explain what you mean by carbs and proteins and other nutritional information, ex. 40 grams of proteins and 20 grams of carbs, simple carbs and complex carbs. I would really appreciate if you could please be more specific because i just don't really understand what those mean, like really dumb it down or just be specific please. Thank You

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrestler777 View Post
    I was wondering if you could steer me in the right direction with nutrition. I participate in wrestling seriously 4 days a week and weightlifting 3 days. I've started lifting about last October or November. I've seen some progress but i would like to maximize it.
    I don't mean to ask too much but as a pro can you please share a proper meal plan for a beginner. I go to the gym late around 8pm-10pm because im busy the rest of the day. I don't really understand what i should eat before and after my workout and the same goes for the day after my workout when i have practice. Could you also please explain what you mean by carbs and proteins and other nutritional information, ex. 40 grams of proteins and 20 grams of carbs, simple carbs and complex carbs. I would really appreciate if you could please be more specific because i just don't really understand what those mean, like really dumb it down or just be specific please. Thank You
    Hi welcome to the forum

    Take a read of the articles in the links below, that will give you more of an idea on the nutrition side of training.

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/art...ding-diet.html
    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/art...rs-part-I.html
    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/art...s-part-II.html

    There are other articles on nutrition in the "Articles" section at the top of the page,

    Anything you are not sure of, post up and any questions you have will be answered.
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    Great post. So glad I could see it broken down like this, it helps for someone green like me. This will help me going forward and building a healthy way of life.

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    So there seems to be a lot of different answers on the internet about what happens to protein when the body ingests it in excess. Do we store it as fat? Or just get rid of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny011 View Post
    So there seems to be a lot of different answers on the internet about what happens to protein when the body ingests it in excess. Do we store it as fat? Or just get rid of it?
    Amino acids not used by the body are deanimated, which causes the conversion of nitrogen into urea and then excreted through urine. The other part of the amino acids not used are then stored
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    Default Re: A summary of carb, protein and fat metabolism for bodybuilders

    So.. I have a question.
    Some proteins are broken down more quickly than others, so presumably this affects the results? For example, whey protein is supposed to be absorbed quickly, but for example a steak would take longer. So the body won't absorb more than 30g of protein at a time, but if you were to drink a protein shake with your steak, the steak protein won't be finished digesting until "later," so have you eaten your next little meal in advance?
    Does that make sense?

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    Thank you for sharing that information with us. Now I understand a little bit more about protein, carbs and cardio.!!

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    Hi,

    The most important step to eating a balanced diet is to educate yourself about what your body needs, and to read the nutrition label and ingredients of all the food you eat.

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    Thank you!

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    great post. I really appreciate it.

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    This post is really nice and informative. Thanks for the sharing.

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    Great.

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    I have been taking lot's of protein. Does it affect on my kidney ?

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    Nice post... I have just started gyming I hope everything will work good.

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    Very useful post.

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    I'd like to add something, metabolism rate is highly correlated to the type of food your are eating. You need to focus on friendly foods that increase metabolic rate naturally.

    The main challenge is creating fast metabolism diet recipes that burn fat while keeping the taste and nutrition intact is Metabolic Cooking, once you understand how to design this platter, you will lose pounds of weight within a few weeks without looking for celebrity diets!
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    Great post! Thanks for the valuable information.

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    Amazing post thanks for sharing..

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    Sauras, a very informative article. I met these details about 25 years ago when learning about digestion in high school. To be sincere, it had skipped my head. I all I have been doing in my endeavor to grow leaner muscles is to work out and eat a balanced diet. I am shocked to learn that the body does not require more than 40 grams of protein per serving and that if you must eat more protein, then spread them throughout the day. I have also learned that to burn fats, you must do cardio in an empty stomach. Plenty of small tricks that most builders don't know. Great I will keep checking this thread for more info.

 

 

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