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What have you eaten today?

<food> <cals> <carb/protein/fat>

2 cups milk 260 24/16/10
2 scoops protein 240 6/46/4
1/2 cup oats dry 150 27/5/2.5

1 bottle crystal light 10 2/0/0
3 rice cakes 105 21/3/0

6oz chicken 180 0/42/1.5
1 banana 130 30/1/0
26g gatorade 100 26/0/0

carbo force 270 66/0/0
2 scoops protein 240 (this is usually whole food, but I didn’t go home after the gym)

6oz chicken 180 0/42/1.5
potato 220 48/6/.5
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So I think that beta alanine is just crack

Holy shit I ran like a motherfucker yesterday with no lactic acid buildup at all. I felt like a crack head though, everything itches tingles.
OK. SO everybody was hyping this shit up like some amazing supplement, so I decided to buy 100g of it from nutraplanet. I think they slipped me table salt instead. It does literally NOTHING. I read all this shit about tingling and all that with a high dose. Well what the fuck. I can down 5 tbsp of the shit and I don’t feel a thing.

are you freebasing or mainlining it?
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Nutrition EDU

There was so much information that I now have to split into multiple post

The same questions come back over and over again so I wanted to make an EDU about it. Feel free to add a comment or PM me if there are mistakes or stuff to add. I might add links to some resources or to my sources, just ask for it and I’ll look it up and add it. If there are terms you don’t understand, use Google and Wikipedia, this crazy website for geeks () THEN ask questions.

A huge influence on your progress will be your nutrition. Training is usually the one thing people talk about but nutrition is almost always overlooked. People know how many miles per gallon their car does, but now how much cals they have to eat to maintain their weight. Some people can get amazing results in spite of what they’re doing (eating, training, etc). We shouldn’t try to do what they do. Genetics doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything about it, it means that you’ll have to work harder to get it. Part of being what you want to be is doing stuff you don’t really want to do.

It’s also not necessary to get some food every 2-3 hours. As long as you’re getting at least 3-4 “feedings” (both meals and snacks) everyday, it’s fine. Continue reading Nutrition EDU