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Unread 03-01-2011, 09:04 AM
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a.This does NOT belong in this thread.
b. Ask him for the reference for the supposed study.
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Unread 03-01-2011, 09:06 AM
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Were the subjects consuming sufficient protein? Because if not, then of course they lost LBM. The fact that whoever you quoted offers a "simple take home message" but conspicuously declines to go into the details of the diet should raise a pretty big red flag.
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The link doesn't work anymore, and it appears the table has moved to a different address within the site: http://thepaleodiet.com/nutritional-...ts-and-sugars/

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Originally Posted by quenca333 View Post
At iron addicts forum


Is this possible?
Maybe if the subjects were sedentary and including too much fat, and not enough protein.
I eat a lot of carbs in the form of fruit, in addition to lean protein sources and some good fats, and exercise regularly, (boxing and supplementary routines) I don't gain an ounce, and I'm at 10.3% bodyfat as of 3 weeks ago.
If I were sedentary, I would cut back on the fruit because I wouldn't be using the carbs as fuel so much, but for someone who works out regularly with a good amount of intensity, fruit is your best friend.
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the link's soooo dead.
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Wow, a three year old link isn't still alive. What a shock.
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Oh you can resist and you will resist going forwards. Your idiotic post does NOT belong in this thread and is just more t-nation nonsense.

Do it again and I"ll happily help you out the door.
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fast? in line with the graph. What makes a person determine what % HFCS is in a clear item whenever most it listings is usually HFCS no portion?
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Unread 12-15-2014, 06:49 PM
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Hello all,

A long time lurker of this site, I decided to actually join so I could share this. Anyway, the original link to this table is broken. Here is a new one:

http://thepaleodiet.com/fruits-and-sugars/

I was inspired to use the table to find out which of these fruits, if any, would be best for a refeed a la UD2.0 or RFL. I know fruits are generally not recommended for refeeds because of their high proportion of fructose, which is excess will cause fat storage. They all have varying concentrations of glucose, so it seems that if one were to eat a little bit of fruit on his refeed, those with the highest proportion of glucose would make the best candidate. I took the information from the table and created a spreadsheet with another column indicating how much of the sugar in the fruits comes from glucose (or the glucose in other sugars like sucrose, lactose, and maltose). Here is the table for those interested:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ns3f63rkos...84%A2.xls?dl=0
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Unread 12-15-2014, 07:06 PM
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Here is a table indicating which of these fruits has the highest concentration of glucose (for a refeed):

http://i.imgur.com/Gx2ahIF.jpg
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