Carbs + Animal protien slower digestion time ??

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  1. iCEgECKO

    iCEgECKO Ballin' at 5'2''

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    Is there any truth to this?

    http://www.bjjcenter.com/multimedia/articles/detail.php?ArticleID=4

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    Diet
    Popovitch Diet
    Protein and Carbohydrates:

    Our body produces different types of enzymes to digest protein and carbohydrates; The Popovitch diet follows the simple concept that you should not eat complex carbohydrates with protein on the same meal. By mixing carbohydrates w/ protein you are making your body work extra harder to digest wherever you eat.
    Here is the breakdown:

    Protein with Salad: 3:00 hours to digest

    Carbohydrates w/vegetable or salad: 1 hour 40 minutes to digest

    Fruits: 15 minutes to digest

    Fruits and Carbohydrates: 1 hour 40 Minutes

    Fruits and Protein: 3:00 hours to digest

    Fruits should be eaten by themselves, wait 15 minutes and you can have your carbohydrates or protein.
    Protein + Carbohydrates: 7 - 10 hours to digest

    To make your metabolism work faster you need to eat every 3 hours on small portions. The only problem is if you mix carbohydrates with Animal protein (fish, chicken, steak, pork) it will take longer than 3 hours to digest. Making your body work extra hard and resulting in fatigue, sleepiness.


    Also at night I follow the simple rule of never eating animal protein, complex carbohydrates are great at night, and it helps you sleep. The only protein I use at night is in the form of protein shakes, it is pre digested and very different from eating regular protein. Animal protein should be consumed at lunch time with a salad.
    Very important:

    Salt - Can only be used on protein, mixing salt with carbohydrates will increase the water retention in your body.

    Olive Oil - to be used on carbohydrates and salads (no dressings on salads)

    Egg Whites - 2 times per week can substitute Protein Shake in the morning

    Cheese - Mozzarella cheese can be eaten 2x times per week, everything else is not recommended

    Milk - Never (only babies should have milk)

    Coffee - Morning only

    Soda - Never
    Best Times to have your Protein Shake
    Morning

    First thing in the morning - because your body has just gone through 8 hours (or however long you sleep for) of not having food - so the protein levels are way down.
    30 minutes before bed

    Before you go to sleep - this helps prevent the protein breakdown that naturally occurs when we sleep. If you are not trying to build muscle mass then this protein breakdown is fine. But if you are working out - you want to try to minimize any losses you suffer when you sleep and your protein metabolism slows down.

    Before training (1 serving of muscle milk) 1 hour before

    After hard training - (if you don't need to cut weight)

    Endurox (perfect recovery drink post training Carbohydrates w/ Protein)

    Drink plenty of water (2 gallons is what I recommended)
    Example of my daily diet:
    Morning
    (Carbohydrate w/Protein Shake)

    Fruits (Banana, Pineapple, Plum, Apple)
    Green Tea
    Wheat Bread W/ Olive Oil
    Or
    Cereal/No milk
    Muscle Milk
    (15 minutes before Lunch) Fruit (Banana, Plum, Fig, Raspberry, Cherry, Apple)
    Lunch
    (Protein + Salt and olive oil)

    Protein (red or white meat)
    Salad or Vegetables
    Green Tea
    (15 minutes before Snack) Fruit (Banana, Plum, Fig, Raspberry, Cherry, Apple)
    Afternoon Snack Wheat Bread w/ Olive oil
    Green Tea
    (2 or 3 slices)
    Dinner
    (Carbohydrates + no salt + Olive oil)

    1st option
    Wheat Bread W/ Olive oil / Tomatoes

    2nd option
    Sweet Potato soup, yucca W/ Olive oil

    3rd Option
    Wheat Rice, Sweet Potato, Wheat Pasta, Yucca
    Green Vegetables (Broccoli, Spinach, cabbage)
    Green Tea
    Before Bed
    (30 minutes) Cashews No Salt
    or
    Natural Yogurt and Fruit
    or
    Muscle Milk Serving

    This diet should make you very lean and much stronger, also you will notice an increase of energy through the day and your recovery time between work outs will increase. By not eating animal protein at night and follow the rule of eating carbohydrates instead should make you sleep much better, better sleep means great recovery, less injuries and much more energy the next day for your work outs.

    Now go get leaner and become a human machine…

    P.S. I AM NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR. I am very good with nutrition, but I AM NOT A NUTRITIONIST, nor am I trying to profess that I am one.

    As an athlete, who has been around the highest levels of competition in my sport and as someone who has traveled the world and spoken with many Doctors and nutritionist, I'm providing you with some of the most cutting edge information and supplements that are topics of discussion and some things that I've taken myself over the years.

    What I would do to have this guys body.
     
  2. Ceaze

    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    this is ridiculous nonsense
     
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    I'm not sure how accurate this it is, however, the Scivation Cut Diet book I have says something sort of similar. It doesn't say anything about not taking protein with carbs, but it does say to never eat carbs and fat with protein. Your meals should be broken up as protein + fats or protein + carbs, and never significant amounts of both with protein.
     
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    Can you elaborate?
     
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    high carbs = insulin spike. add fat and you have fat storage.

    at least, that's the theory. has nothing to do with this article, though.
     
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    +1

    That's just about what I'd ideally want. Maybe some more meat on the legs though.

    He's decently sized, lean, and obviously still able to be quite athletic and flexible. That's all you can ask for.
     
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    fatmoocow bored OT Supporter

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    Every statement contained in your that post is at best misleading, but mostly false, and the guy is a retard.

    Ingestion of small amounts of protein with carbs actually speeds up digestion and uptake of said carbs. :uh:

    Generally you goal when trying to get ripped is to slow down digestion, not speed it up. "making your body work extra hard to digest what you eat" is a fancy way of saying "expend more calories digesting your food."

    That guy is ripped because he works out a lot, and doesn't eat a lot of shit, not because he times his steak with the right type of carbs.
     
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    I keep seeing this , only babies should have milk crap. I want to know the truth FUUUUUUUUUUU
     
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    Human body is not made to consume milk after infant years. We are one of if not the only mammals that still consume milk regularly into adulthood. Our digestive systems were not made for it, it causing bloating, and some studies suggest it actually reduced bone strength or calcium absorption.

    A very large majority of people in the world are lactose intolerant or have a milk allergy to some degree; this IS natural. Consuming milk into adult years is NOT.

    If you like milk, go ahead and drink it if it doesn't make you sick... but in the larger scheme of things, you shouldn't be drinking it.
     
  11. iCEgECKO

    iCEgECKO Ballin' at 5'2''

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    ehhh.....
     
  12. el es dee

    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    its true. or are you commenting on the redundancy.
     
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    "It is estimated that 75% of adults worldwide show some decrease in lactase activity during adulthood.[1] The frequency of decreased lactase activity ranges from as little as 5% in northern Europe, up to 71% for Sicily, to more than 90% in some African and Asian countries."

    - This is from wikipedia. If you check the charts on the page you'll see that most Asians are from 90-100% lactose intolerant to some degree. Furthermore, Asian lineage represents 60% of the world population. Then add in the fact that many more ethnicity are more than 50% lactose intolerant. African's and African Americans are even much higher, as well as Mexicans. I'd say that represents a majority.

    Also:

    http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2009-08-30-lactose-intolerance_N.htm

    http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/June05/lactase.herding.ssl.html

    Northern Europeans (also meaning many Americans who come from these areas) have a pretty low instance of lactose intolerance. However, if you consider that Asians are over 90% intolerant, blacks (African and African American) are over 80%, anyone of Mexican heritage is nearly 80%, etc... etc.... That all adds up. And clearly represents a majority. Even a large majority since these are only cases in which there was an obvious reaction. Studies support the idea that even more people are lactose intolerant but don't show it until the milk product is consumed for long periods of time consistently... which the studies don't tend to measure.
     
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    Wow.... my bad. Im drinking some chocolate milk right now...
     
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    You're probably going to die.
     
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    Fruits: 15 minutes to digest

    Fruits and Carbohydrates: 1 hour 40 Minutes
     
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    iCEgECKO Ballin' at 5'2''

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    If i stop drinking chocolate milk will i live forever?
     
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    Depends on other sources of consumed dairy product. Just cutting out chocolate milk won't work. To live for eternity requires a zero tolerance policy on consume dairy products.
     
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    The Great Deceiver 21st Century Schizoid Man

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    Fruits: 15 minutes to digest

    Fruits and Carbohydrates: 1 hour 40 Minutes


    Fruits are carbohydrates motherfucker
     
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