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    Fouad Abiad Real Bodybuilding Podcast: Patrick Tuor

    Some good discussion on Fouad's latest podcast.


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    I watched this other day. Interesting diet

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    I thought the diet advice was interesting. Keeping protein to a minimum and carbs high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPadjacent View Post
    I thought the diet advice was interesting. Keeping protein to a minimum and carbs high.
    That got me too. That said, i think it's arguable that when on cycle that our bodies partition nutrients waay much more efficiently and effectively so maybe we so get more from less. I personally only get 1.3 g protein per lb(260ish grams) and I grow very well i think. I know thats very debatable and we all process differently but just saying, in short, i think it can work

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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    That got me too. That said, i think it's arguable that when on cycle that our bodies partition nutrients waay much more efficiently and effectively so maybe we so get more from less. I personally only get 1.3 g protein per lb(260ish grams) and I grow very well i think. I know thats very debatable and we all process differently but just saying, in short, i think it can work

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    260 is a pretty good amount though. Curious how you would do at 1 gram per lb bodyweight, or even 1 gram per lb lean body mass.

    I personally get around 1-1.2 grams / lb body weight and do well. Just manipulate carbs and fat goal depending.

    He speaks of extra protein causing digestive issues, but I see the same happening with excess carbs. I have to keep oats to 1.5 cups or less a day, and sweet potatoes digest better than white for me. Rice does well and is my main carb source. Grape nuts also do not not give me any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPM3TAL View Post
    260 is a pretty good amount though. Curious how you would do at 1 gram per lb bodyweight, or even 1 gram per lb lean body mass.

    I personally get around 1-1.2 grams / lb body weight and do well. Just manipulate carbs and fat goal depending.

    He speaks of extra protein causing digestive issues, but I see the same happening with excess carbs. I have to keep oats to 1.5 cups or less a day, and sweet potatoes digest better than white for me. Rice does well and is my main carb source. Grape nuts also do not not give me any issues.

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    The difference in protein probably wouldnt be that big a difference. I staryed this cycle at 1 g per lb actually and when i did a calorie/macro count like I always do every 4-6 weeks I discovered I was getting the 260-270 g. I may experiment more next time and do 1.2 per lbm but things going to good right now to change anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPM3TAL View Post
    260 is a pretty good amount though. Curious how you would do at 1 gram per lb bodyweight, or even 1 gram per lb lean body mass.

    I personally get around 1-1.2 grams / lb body weight and do well. Just manipulate carbs and fat goal depending.

    He speaks of extra protein causing digestive issues, but I see the same happening with excess carbs. I have to keep oats to 1.5 cups or less a day, and sweet potatoes digest better than white for me. Rice does well and is my main carb source. Grape nuts also do not not give me any issues.

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    Oh. And I hate sweet potatoes but im opposite of you on carbs. Potato red, yellow or white come behind rice or quinoi(keen-wah). Love my mashed potatoes tho!!

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    I'm still torn on the eating real food vs. Shake debate. He didn't seem to have the most scientific answer when Fouad asked him for specifics. I feel like 1 protien shake a day as a meal replacement is good for you, granted you're putting good shit into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPadjacent View Post
    I'm still torn on the eating real food vs. Shake debate. He didn't seem to have the most scientific answer when Fouad asked him for specifics. I feel like 1 protien shake a day as a meal replacement is good for you, granted you're putting good shit into it.
    I agree. I have a meal replacement shake 5 days a week at 3pm at work. I just don't have the time during work to try and eat something during that time period. As long as the shake consists of quality ingredients I don't see a problem. Whole food is probably ideal, but a shake helps get my calories in at work.
    This is my shake. Amounts change depending on goal, but ingredients generally stay the same.
    1-2 cups water, whole milk, or pasteurized egg whites
    1-1.5 cups oats
    1 large banana
    1-2 tbsp peanut or almond butter
    1-1.5 scoops protein blend (isolate, egg white, casein)
    Cinnamon
    Easy 600 - 1000+ calories.

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