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Thread: Protein intake while intermittent fasting

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickc1965 View Post
    Why can you not eat enough food in an 8 hour window? I can comfortably eat in excess of 3k in 3 meals at 170lb body weight in the 8 hour window adding on average 0.25lb per week on a deliberate slow bulk, so adding 1lb a week would only require another ~125kcals per meal
    my maintinence is around 4500 and if im bulking i throw 25% on top of that i cant eat 6000 cals in 8 hours if you can go for it but its a tool that should be used once or twice a week not every day i tried it and had recovery issues bc i personally find nutrients spread throughout the day treats me better

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    At those levels yes I imagine it is quite difficult, for me it's quite comfortable as I gain too much fat if I aim for too much of a surplus as I was a former fattie, well in excess of 100kgs standing at 1.76m and was not training at all at that point in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmy6 View Post
    Does Martin Berkhan agree to take on clients who are on gear?
    Iíd say ďprobably notĒ. I think heís pretty big on the whole natty thing. I mentioned leangains because thatís where I first learned about intermittent fasting. There & reddit

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    thank you guys for all your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurkintolern View Post
    Iíd say ďprobably notĒ. I think heís pretty big on the whole natty thing. I mentioned leangains because thatís where I first learned about intermittent fasting. There & reddit
    ok so Martin Berkhan has a wait list of...1 year :/
    anyone else you could recommend of that caliber?

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    ok so Martin Berkhan doesn't seem to say how much protein he recommends on a daily basis?
    I have to say I'm confused and would appreciate your views on this: many people suggest 1.2g per day per lbs...but now, others (eg Thomas DeLauer), and based on new factual research, seem to indicate that anything above 0.75-0.8g per day per lbs doesn't show any progress vs this maximum and of course increases pressure on kidneys. In my case, that's 130g of protein per day for the latter approach vs 240-250g per day for the former. Huge difference. So as I'm sure there's no consensus, what are your views on this?
    Many thanks!

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    Search leangains on reddit. There is an entire forum. Lots of current & prior clients share their diet / macros and training routines. There is a wealth of information there but you e got to sort through it a bit. I want to say thereís information on Martinís site as well but itís been a while since I looked at it. There are macros calculators every where. You can google leangains macros calculator.

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    SUPER helpful, thank you so much

    Quote Originally Posted by Lurkintolern View Post
    Search leangains on reddit. There is an entire forum. Lots of current & prior clients share their diet / macros and training routines. There is a wealth of information there but you e got to sort through it a bit. I want to say thereís information on Martinís site as well but itís been a while since I looked at it. There are macros calculators every where. You can google leangains macros calculator.

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    Anytime. Good luck. Intermittent fasting / leangains really taught me to control my diet. I personally use the high protein macros calculator. If for no other reason than staying full and satisfied

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