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Unread 01-09-2011, 07:11 AM
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Unread 01-09-2011, 01:05 PM
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Sorry about that, I will cut out all wheat derived things and see what happens.
Already messed up on it though, stupid dextrose/maltodextrin (yeah yeah, so sue me, I bought a ton when I didn't know very much, and am determined not to waste it! Didn't realise what is was though, so it will be sitting around for a while longer).

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Unread 01-20-2011, 02:14 PM
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I recently started doing a diet similar to Blade's ACD2 eating mostly fruits, high protein, good fats (olive oil primarily). On workout days when I also eat sweet potatoes, my skin worsens a bit, not a whole lot, but definitely some.

I don't have a great understanding of inflammation. Would something sugary like a non-fat ice cream or a sorbet be less likely to be inflammatory compared to a starchy potato?

Off days, I only eat fruit for carbs. If neither of those works, would anyone suggest a good non-inflammatory source of carbs for post-workout? Just FYI, I'm doing this in an intermittent fasting framework so my meals are roughly 50%, 25%, 25%. I'm not sure if doing more, smaller meals would make a difference inflammation wise.

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Unread 01-23-2011, 02:44 PM
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Where do you get the idea that starches are inherently inflammatory, while sugars aren't? Unless you have a specific food intolerance or allergy, I'm pretty sure the cause is something else.
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Unread 01-23-2011, 06:04 PM
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I don't really eat any added sugars at the moment. I was asking if sugars would be more or less inflammatory than starches. I don't know much about inflammation. Maybe I'm not good with higher intakes of carbs. I'm going to try upping fats/lowering carbs and see how that works for me.
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Unread 01-26-2011, 01:46 AM
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Inflammation could be caused by food allergies/intolerance, and would have to be tested for - there are no carb sources which are inherently inflammatory per se.
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so why cut the grains?

or is it just the gluten?
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Gluten is the most easily identifiable common denominator in grains, but there could easily be other potentially unfriendly proteins as well. As soon as the anti-gluten hysteria wanes and consuming grains is still a problem for some folks, some other protein either common in most grains or at least more prevalent in grains will be singled out.

I think Blade's point is that many people seem to feel better for whatever reason when they don't eat grains, so why make life harder? And if grains don't affect you poorly, why ask for Blade's permission or approval to eat them?
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Unread 01-13-2012, 10:36 AM
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Followed this for a couple of weeks assuming I am parasympathetic. Thats an area I have my doubts, are there really two such demarked groups?

I think its prettty simple and flexible.

I dont think wheat bothers me. 100g of any carb can make me a bit sleepy.
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Unread 01-14-2012, 03:30 AM
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You will recognize certain types or traits in yourself, and I've found the model to be pretty accurate as it relates to who responds better to what, and thus making a qualified guess on diet setup - but I admit that using the Wolcott/Metabolic Typing definition wasn't a good idea to begin with. Guess I didn't really like the protein/hunter-classification either. Warrior and Peasant, maybe? Or Hobbit and Elf?
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