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Unread 02-03-2010, 10:52 AM
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Well, I listed a g/h value for casein in the book. So take how much casein your consuming and divide by that. is that value more or less than 7 hours? That's your answer.
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Unread 02-03-2010, 12:25 PM
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Would your insulin levels be high enough to counteract the effects of a YC stack?
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Unread 02-04-2010, 09:47 AM
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Would your insulin levels be high enough to counteract the effects of a YC stack?
I don't think there is any way your insulin levels would still be elevated 3-4hrs after eating.

Even if your body breaks down liver glycogen or there is a slow digestion of AA this small amount would not equate in a significant insulin surge. Insulin would be needed but in small quantities.

Insulin levels are largely related to blood glucose levels which should be relatively stable a few hours after a meal.

I want to see Lyle's answer.
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Depends on the size of the meal which determines the speed of digestion, an answer I've already given in this thread and I do hate repeating myself.
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I gave yohimbine HCL a try on a fasted stomach (although it was in the evening, 3 hours after eating lunch) today and found that I didn't have the same endurance as usual. I could usually run for 40 minutes straight but today I was only able to go for 25 before needing to stop... does this mean this is my body not working well with the yohimbine in my system? I only took 8.0 mg of it when the optimal dose should be 10 mg according to my weight. However it is only the first day I'm trying it and I haven't been to the gym in 4 days so that could be a reason.

One more thing, just to be sure, is it all right to eat 45 - 60 minutes after your workout (post yohimbine)?

I'd really appreciate anybody's feedback, thanks!
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Unread 02-04-2010, 07:22 PM
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The 4 days off is the more likely culprit than the yohimbine.
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Unread 11-23-2010, 11:45 PM
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Default Before bed..Alan's IF portocol

Quick question, (try to take less avantage of your time).

(making it simple)

I Read Digestion speed.

So From what I understand, If Im following an IF protocol, It would be in my best interest to eat Eggs'/ egg whiles and Cottage cheese with veggies before bed then Beef (same calories)? (sounds stupid, but it makes me wonder why Alan says to eat beef insted of eggs).

and def. stay away from whey, and pork.

Anyway thanks. (If the answer is on here somewere...I will learn to look for it longer from now on)
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Unread 11-24-2010, 12:06 AM
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Default Before bed..Alan's IF portocol

Quick question, (try to take less avantage of your time).

(making it simple)

I Read Digestion speed.

So From what I understand, If Im following an IF protocol, It would be in my best interest to eat Eggs'/ egg whiles and Cottage cheese with veggies before bed then Beef (same calories)? (sounds stupid, but it makes me wonder why Alan says to eat beef insted of eggs).

and def. stay away from whey, and pork.

Anyway thanks. (If the answer is on here somewere...I will learn to look for it longer from now on)
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