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    Thanks for detailed write up Al. I appreciate it....

    Thanks for detailed write up Al. I appreciate it. That's a completely different way of training than I expected. I guess after 37 years of training you've found something that works for you.

    Are...
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    The necessary study to answer this question...

    The necessary study to answer this question hasn't been done and might never be done because you'd need a very large number of participants to find a significant difference.

    I suspect the...
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    Yes it's common that the body will get used to...

    Yes it's common that the body will get used to every pattern. It will take a while.

    And of course if you're going to wait longer between meals the meals will need to be bigger too; more calories,...
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    Have you posted the details of your routine...

    Have you posted the details of your routine somewhere? I'd like to read it.
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    I looked at your video. That was funny, I thought...

    I looked at your video. That was funny, I thought you were going to tell us you gave up on normal food and we're going to drink those shakes all day :)

    You're 51 and getting great results with...
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    "Sufficient protein (1.6–2.2 g/kg/day) should be...

    "Sufficient protein (1.6–2.2 g/kg/day) should be consumed with optimal amounts 0.40–0.55 g/kg per meal and distributed evenly throughout the day (3–6 meals) including within 1–2 hours pre- and...
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    Meal spacing is a controversial topic without...

    Meal spacing is a controversial topic without hard evidence. One study suggested that leaving less than 3 hours between meals might be suboptimal.

    How much do you weigh?

    How much protein do...
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    YW. Actually every food containing protein has...

    YW. Actually every food containing protein has some leucine in it. Some foods just more than others.

    Cronometer (free app and site) and nutritiondata.self are good sources.

    According to...
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    Excellent article by Jorn Trommelen - The...

    Excellent article by Jorn Trommelen - The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Protein Synthesis
    http://www.nutritiontactics.com/measure-muscle-protein-synthesis/

    Cliffs:



    My comment: for maximising...
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    Sipping on a whey shake could actually lead to no...

    Sipping on a whey shake could actually lead to no peak in MPS.
  • I used to have thoughts that hurt me too....

    I used to have thoughts that hurt me too. Learning how to deal with those thoughts so they no longer hurt me is probably the best thing I've ever learned.

    There's a couple of ways to go about it....
  • You don't need ANY slow release protein. You...

    You don't need ANY slow release protein. You don't even need protein before bed.

    Just hit 0.7 gram per lb spread over at least 3 meals. It's enough. Don't worry about the speed of digestion. It's...
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    Agreed it's pretty confusing. Two people already...

    Agreed it's pretty confusing. Two people already in this thread. And the question comes up about 10 times a year on this forum.
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    120 kcal and 26 gram protein for 4 oz means it's...

    120 kcal and 26 gram protein for 4 oz means it's raw chicken breast.

    Cooked has higher values. See: https://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/poultry-products/703/2
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    Some studies show every 2 hours is probably not...

    Some studies show every 2 hours is probably not enough time between feedings to become sensitive to leucine again. 3 hours is probably better.
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    yeah that's false. Cooked has ~31 gram protein. ...

    yeah that's false. Cooked has ~31 gram protein.

    When using MFP it's important to check the entries you're using at least the first time.
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    When you eat more than 40 gram quality protein in...

    When you eat more than 40 gram quality protein in a meal it means a relatively larger portion will be oxidized and more will be used for urea production. It's not necessarily a problem, just...
  • Your maintenance is probably higher than you...

    Your maintenance is probably higher than you think.

    Other than that satiety is a direct result of the food choices you make. It's not about discipline. Higher fiber, higher volume foods generally...
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    Are you having problems hitting 0.7 gram per lb?...

    Are you having problems hitting 0.7 gram per lb?

    For cutting I'd recommend to have at least 3 moments spread over the day where you're having at least 25 gram quality protein.

    No point in...
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    Yeah it's ok. 0.35 of target weight would be fine.

    Yeah it's ok. 0.35 of target weight would be fine.
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