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    macro-nutrients

    There are so many conflicting answers out there, and I was just wondering if it is okay to mix all three macro-nutrients into one meal, or if I should split fat and carbs? My goal is to losee bodyfat while preserving muscle.
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    Of course it's fine. It's unrealistic to not mix and match all three unless you're sticking to ... pure sugar/oil etc.

    Meal pairing is old news.
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    thank you for your reply.

    for an example, is it okay to have like 15 grams of fat and 35 grams of carbs in the same meal? (with protein of course.) or would that be too much mixing?
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    Originally Posted by joshwillard3 View Post
    thank you for your reply.

    for an example, is it okay to have like 15 grams of fat and 35 grams of carbs in the same meal? (with protein of course.) or would that be too much mixing?
    As long as you hit your daily Macros then your fine. Some people don't like to mix fat in PWO but besides that your fine mixing Macros.
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