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... I recently bought the p90X program, and being an analytical person, I stumbled upon something that confuses me. ... (2 replies)
... go workout out with free weights then take my muscle milk then go run for 30 mins. should i take it before or after i run im confused. ... (2 replies)
... I like to have a little protien before my strength training workouts and definately after. When I do cardio, I try not to eat before, just after... ... (2 replies)

... Just my opinion, but I'd take the Muscle Milk after your entire workout. Drinking that much protein and then running, would absolutely wreck havoc on my stomach. ... (2 replies)
... I don't think it's a good idea to start exercising when you are hungry or full. For example, if you eat a big breakfast at 7 a.m. it might be best to wait until about 8 a.m. ... (5 replies)
... I weigh 12 stone. This is what I really want to know. ... (5 replies)
... in which the author claims that the average person only needs about 25 grams of protein per day. Others say 40 to 50 or 60 grams. ... (5 replies)
... Well, I don't know for sure. ... (21 replies)
... I don't think you should rely on calories counting, but if you are trying to lose weight then hunger signals can be misleading at times. ... (14 replies)
... I don't have much of a sweet tooth and i don't really like salty things...but we all crave it sometimes. ... (3 replies)
... You will need to add more protein and higher calorie foods to your diet. It's a challenge to find healthy high calorie foods, but natural peanut butter, almonds, olive oil are good sources. ... (9 replies)
... don't use the instant stuff coz it has so much sugar, try the traditional variety as it only takes 5 minutes. I cook mine with rice milk as i like to avoid dairy. Weird though it sounds, try soup for breakfast!! I often eat soup for breakfast!! ... (4 replies)
... I've searched long and hard for a solution. I am at a healthy weight, 6'6", 200lbs...I have been working out quite hard for a good amount of time now. I get an hour at lunch to get to the gym, do a hard warmup shooting hoops and running around the court for about 10 mins, then lift for about 30 mins... ... (2 replies)
... Also, be sure to drink LOTS of water and eat high quality proteins that are digested more efficiently. And of course, the more active you are, the more excess protein that you consume will be used as fuel. ... (16 replies)
... vegetarian, i wasn't very health conscious, basically i'd given up meat because i didn't like the idea of animals being killed to feed me when it wasn't necessary for me to eat them to survive. recently though, i have become very interested in nutrition, specifically for a completely vegetarian diet. ... (34 replies)
... The propensity to have oily or dry skin is likely inherited. My skin is dry and gets dryer as I age. Two of my family members have oily skin. ... (7 replies)
... Rather than go on a fad diet that i will not stick to, i want to really increase the amount of exercise i take and attempt to maintain a healthy, balanced diet. I've always been a fussy eater when it comes to some things and i cannot eat fish or chicken in any form. ... (8 replies)
... Milk takes up a lot of room in your stomach but one cup only provides about 8.13 grams of protein and no fiber. ... (12 replies)
... it does seem very high. I would guess it should be somewhere around 45 grams for the average woman. ... (10 replies)
... You will likely find a lot of different opinions on this. I happen to believe that if one eats a healthy diet, very few vitamin supplements are needed, if any. For example, I take vitamin D3 and B12. ... (3 replies)




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