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Unread 03-26-2018, 04:56 PM
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Default Playing with macro timing

Hey all... Outside of any explicit recommendations in UD2.0, does it matter so much how a day's macros are timed, across the different meals?

i.e. Should each meal be a relatively even distribution of macros for my total daily intake? Is there anything worth playing with (i.e. spitballing: putting most carbs before a depletion workout, perhaps)?

Thanks for any insight.
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Unread 04-02-2018, 05:26 PM
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I actually do IF on low cal/low carb days. Wait it out until about 5-6pm and then load up.

I'm never hungry until 2 pm anyways so this works for me.

At bed time, I feel plenty full that's for sure.
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Honestly I don't know how you can even do the low cal days without IF. What are you eating at each meal if not? Like 300g of chicken breast coated in tears?
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Honestly I don't know how you can even do the low cal days without IF. What are you eating at each meal if not? Like 300g of chicken breast coated in tears?
Agree.

If you eat two meals before mid afternoon whatever you have for dinner is going to leave you a tad unsatisfied.
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