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Default How to eat for optimal energy levels?

Hi every one
what would be the best way to eat to be fit when eating at maintenance?

lot of little snack all day long?
4 big meal?
Fat at the end of the day and carbs earlier?
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Unread 02-22-2018, 08:51 AM
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1. Take the food
2. Put it in the mouth
3. Swallow
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What about?:
2.5) chewing

But maybe if one doesn't chew, one would actually digest less and absorb less calories, allowing someone to eat more. Ahh, I see what you did there. Forget the chewing part.

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1. Take the food
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Unread 02-22-2018, 11:13 AM
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I have the feeling that it does not matter if I eat or not: sometime I eat throughout the day at maintenance, 4 meal and I'm tired most of the day
and sometime I'm just eating protein and I feel full of energy all the day
I wonder if I just eat lot of little snack I will feeling more fit
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Lack of sleep and caffeine intake affect me a lot more directly on a day to day basis where as diet/nutrition take longer.
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Unread 02-22-2018, 12:36 PM
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It's whatever works for you, there is no "best" or "optimal" diet.
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It's whatever works for you, there is no "best" or "optimal" diet.

So it could be very individual?
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Lack of sleep and caffeine intake affect me a lot more directly on a day to day basis where as diet/nutrition take longer.

If you donít take caffeine you are tired?
Are you cycling caffeine intake?
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If you donít take caffeine you are tired?
Are you cycling caffeine intake?
I never don't have caffeine in the morning, but if I'm dragging in the afternoon I'll have more coffee or a caffeine pill with tyrosine before the gym.

I don't cycle caffeine, don't really see a need and I know I'll feel terrible if I cut back on it.
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So it could be very individual?
Yes. It all depends on the individual. Different diets work for different people.
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