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    a number of studies also show that a higher proportion of protein is needed when dieting; gaining weight, however, higher calorie intake through both carbs and fat are protein sparing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    a number of studies also show that a higher proportion of protein occurs when dieting; gaining weight, however, higher calorie intake through both carbs and fat are protein sparing.
    Of course a higher intake of anything that has nutritional vale will be protein sparing, no one needs a study to know that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    you could get calories from fat, but ho much nuts and olive oil can one consume. i think there is a reason why tour of france riders eat lots of carbs. some studies also show that higher carbs is better for actual competition wen power is required, although not much difference for moderate training.

    I now eat about a third of calories from fat.
    You must consume a certain amount of protein and fats to live, the rest can be whatever you want it to be.
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    yes, I agree with that.

    I think the less you need, too much carbs is more problematic if that makes sense. why have rubbish high sugar products if your daily life requires limited energy intake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    Of course a higher intake of anything that has nutritional vale will be protein sparing, no one needs a study to know that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    Some people need carbs or think they need carbs, there is no carb need for training, people are addicted to carbs just like they are addicted to coffee and pre workout drinks and cigarettes etc, that addiction is caused by insulin, eat carbs get a spike once spike goes away people crave more carbs to get another spike, just like junkies need another hit of drugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Repacked View Post
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    The only other argument for powders is simply the convenience and speed at which you can prepare a meal that will give you a decent amount of protein and orther macronutrients depending on what's in your supps. The question would be whether you even need it if indeed 0.8perkg was indeed enough. How do you think these numbers stack up when compared to the previous discussions had on here around optimal protein intake for muscle protein synthesis being 30-40g and timing being 3-4 hours between protein. At 80kg and 0.8 that would suggest 2 meals a day is enough for me.
    I don't know the answer but I know 2 things, 1. I eat a fair bit more than that and still don't put on a lot of weight and 2. I'll take a juicy steak over a shake any day.


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