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Re: random question
« Reply #360 on: September 25, 2012, 11:59:25 pm »
The egg whites I eat have 50 grams protien and 30% of the sodium I need daily....
I eat 5, so I get 250grams protien and 150% of the sodium I need daily, crap

how do I get the protien without the sodium?
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Re: random question
« Reply #361 on: September 26, 2012, 02:14:04 am »
The egg whites I eat have 50 grams protien and 30% of the sodium I need daily....
I eat 5, so I get 250grams protien and 150% of the sodium I need daily, crap

how do I get the protien without the sodium?

Whoa!  Wait a minute. 

To me it looks like you're saying that you eat 250 grams of egg white protein per day?

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« Reply #362 on: September 26, 2012, 04:50:14 am »
The egg whites I eat have 50 grams protien and 30% of the sodium I need daily....
I eat 5, so I get 250grams protien and 150% of the sodium I need daily, crap

how do I get the protien without the sodium?

Whoa!  Wait a minute. 

To me it looks like you're saying that you eat 250 grams of egg white protein per day?
sometimes I do
I lift weights and do about 1 hour of walking a day
I dont know anything wrong with a large intake of protein. likely cause there isn't.
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Re: random question
« Reply #363 on: September 26, 2012, 05:40:00 am »
I  saw the New York TImes wrote

Obesity is the primary risk factor for Type 2 diabetes, yet sizable numbers of normal-weight people also develop the disease. Why?

how do I avoid diabetes?
following a Peak Type diet, right?

what about the enviromental factors?what are they?

BTW,
did anyone notice Wendys stopped lying to us about who "wendy" really is?
we all were told she was this hotish redhead, but truth is she is NOT

wonder if she eats a Peak-type diet?  :o
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« Reply #364 on: September 26, 2012, 06:37:21 am »
sometimes I do
I lift weights and do about 1 hour of walking a day
I dont know anything wrong with a large intake of protein. likely cause there isn't.

I never noticed that - kind of interesting - about the sodium in eggs.  Learn something new every day...

Well, that's a hellacious amount of protein and I'm not an NFL lineman, so I'm not totally sure. 

However, I am proud to report that my Nutrabiotic Rice Protein has only 20 mg of sodium per 24 grams of protein.  So I supposed that would help.  But I'm not sure I'd recommend 12 servings every day:  rice allergies aren't that uncommon after all.

And my undenatured whey is also likely low sodium, but the stuff is so powerful at detoxing that I'm not sure I'd recommend megadosing.

So I guess I'd check the egg protein powders if you haven't done that already as perhaps one of them has removed the sodium?
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Re: random question
« Reply #365 on: September 26, 2012, 06:41:43 am »

how do I avoid diabetes?
following a Peak Type diet, right?


You're darn right!  Did you know Neil Bernard, a Low Fat guru, has out-low carbed the Low Carbers?

http://www.amazon.com/Neal-Barnards-Program-Reversing-Diabetes/dp/1594868107/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1348641458&sr=8-1&keywords=bernard+diabetes

That's right.  Here's what his studies show:

1.  A low glycemic low fat diet reverses diabetes.
2.  A low glycemic low fat diet naturally leads to one pound lost per week without any effort.

So you lose very naturally a pound per week while you say 'bye bye' to your blood sugar and diabetes issues.  And you get arteries so clean your coroner will check to see if it's really you or your teenage son.

It doesn't get any better than that I'm afraid...
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« Reply #366 on: September 26, 2012, 06:47:31 am »
sometimes I do
I lift weights and do about 1 hour of walking a day
I dont know anything wrong with a large intake of protein. likely cause there isn't.

I never noticed that - kind of interesting - about the sodium in eggs.  Learn something new every day...

Well, that's a hellacious amount of protein and I'm not an NFL lineman, so I'm not totally sure. 

However, I am proud to report that my Nutrabiotic Rice Protein has only 20 mg of sodium per 24 grams of protein.  So I supposed that would help.  But I'm not sure I'd recommend 12 servings every day:  rice allergies aren't that uncommon after all.

And my undenatured whey is also likely low sodium, but the stuff is so powerful at detoxing that I'm not sure I'd recommend megadosing.

So I guess I'd check the egg protein powders if you haven't done that already as perhaps one of them has removed the sodium?
I need about 210grams a day, but I am going to skim down and add Nutrabiotic Rice Protein to my diet, thanks for the name of something I can use
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Re: random question
« Reply #367 on: September 26, 2012, 06:55:47 am »

I need about 210grams a day, but I am going to skim down and add Nutrabiotic Rice Protein to my diet, thanks for the name of something I can use

Forget that and spend your money on this instead.  I told my wife if I can't have a Corvette, I want one of these along with your water distiller and Bubba's Jerky Maker:


https://secure.vitamix.com/7500

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   - Vibration dampening technology for quieter performance
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   - 64-ounce container designed to fit under most kitchen cabinets
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Re: random question
« Reply #368 on: September 26, 2012, 06:59:18 am »

how do I avoid diabetes?
following a Peak Type diet, right?


You're darn right!  Did you know Neil Bernard, a Low Fat guru, has out-low carbed the Low Carbers?

http://www.amazon.com/Neal-Barnards-Program-Reversing-Diabetes/dp/1594868107/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1348641458&sr=8-1&keywords=bernard+diabetes

That's right.  Here's what his studies show:

1.  A low glycemic low fat diet reverses diabetes.
2.  A low glycemic low fat diet naturally leads to one pound lost per week without any effort.

So you lose very naturally a pound per week while you say 'bye bye' to your blood sugar and diabetes issues.  And you get arteries so clean your coroner will check to see if it's really you or your teenage son.

It doesn't get any better than that I'm afraid...
interesting
 low glycemic low fat diet reverses diabetes as opposed to just a caloric deficit?

this guy kept track of his calories and tracked  and everything went down and he just ate junk food
http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08/twinkie.diet.professor/index.html

I was on a different board and they told me You cant lose weight unless you eat no sugar and no processed foods, I dont agree with that and showed them this link and I've done similar stuff myself.....
I dont know about clearing arteries or reducing inflammation, I thought the body treated food differently depending on whether it was in caloric deficit or not, I have no proof of that though.
Ideally, I think you'd want to gain mass(muscle) eating a Peak diet
and when you lose fat, it doesnt matter what you eat, you are still losing weight..but I dont know that for sure
any thoughts other than
"rather safe than sorry"?


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Re: random question
« Reply #369 on: September 26, 2012, 07:05:53 am »

I need about 210grams a day, but I am going to skim down and add Nutrabiotic Rice Protein to my diet, thanks for the name of something I can use

Forget that and spend your money on this instead.  I told my wife if I can't have a Corvette, I want one of these along with your water distiller and Bubba's Jerky Maker:


https://secure.vitamix.com/7500

An Evolution in Design and Performance

   The 7500 offers you everything you have come to love from Vitamix, as well as special new features, including:
      - Greater than 2 horsepower motor to process dense ingredients with ease
   - Vibration dampening technology for quieter performance
   - Ultra-responsive Variable Speed Dial and Pulse feature for precise
recipe creation
   - 64-ounce container designed to fit under most kitchen cabinets
   Experience the new Vitamix 7500 for yourself by ordering online today.

I cant see a difference in how that is different than what I have now
I have the 5200 and I just dont see much of a difference, maybe the PULSE is different, but I never blend that long, I blend about 1.5lbs of veggies and it never takes that long(as long as I have it filled with distilled water)
http://gotgreensrevolution.com/blog/vitamix-7500-review/
I see no reason to buy it over the 5200

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Re: random question
« Reply #370 on: September 26, 2012, 08:35:51 am »

I need about 210grams a day, but I am going to skim down and add Nutrabiotic Rice Protein to my diet, thanks for the name of something I can use
Nutrabiotic Rice Protein has a bit of iron in it
thoughts on too much iron?
I think I should give blood as much as I can so I dont have high iron...thoughts?

http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/v50/n14/research.html

Following a traumatic event--such as an accident, a stroke, a heart attack or even surgery--heme floods the spaces between and inside cells and exacerbates the damage. It does so by shutting down an important cell membrane channel, an action that kills neurons and constricts blood vessels. While investigating this process, the researchers also determined that a chemical called NS1619 restores the function of the cell membrane channel. NS1619 and its derivatives could be the source for a new drug--one that prevents the secondary events that worsen trauma damage.
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« Reply #371 on: September 26, 2012, 01:50:46 pm »

 Nutrabiotic Rice Protein has a bit of iron in it
thoughts on too much iron?
I think I should give blood as much as I can so I dont have high iron...thoughts?

http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/v50/n14/research.html

Following a traumatic event--such as an accident, a stroke, a heart attack or even surgery--heme floods the spaces between and inside cells and exacerbates the damage. It does so by shutting down an important cell membrane channel, an action that kills neurons and constricts blood vessels. While investigating this process, the researchers also determined that a chemical called NS1619 restores the function of the cell membrane channel. NS1619 and its derivatives could be the source for a new drug--one that prevents the secondary events that worsen trauma damage.

Well, here's the beef:  iron in red meat is called heme iron and tends to accumulate in tissues and can cause oxidative damage and heart issues.  Plant-based iron is non-heme iron and passes much more easily from your system.  Should you ingest vast quantities of plant-based iron just to test this out?  Well, I don't know if I'd go that far

But you seem like you're willing to go where angels fear to tread.  You've got to realize that you're consuming as much protein as the typical, balls-to-the-wall hardcore 200 pound bodybuilder.  I expect to see the photos of some 18 inch guns here in a few months!
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« Reply #372 on: September 26, 2012, 02:01:04 pm »

interesting
 low glycemic low fat diet reverses diabetes as opposed to just a caloric deficit?


Wait.  Let me go back to this.  One thing that most people don't realize about a Low Fat Diet is that it is low in fat.  This means that you feel up your gut and feel full but there's little fat in your gut.  You walk away from the table with a potato and some rice protein in your stomach but you've only got 300 calories in your stomach instead of 600.

So, actually, Low Fat is a way to feel full and yet you're slightly below baseline in calories and you lose weight almost effortlessly.  This is how I've lost weight over the last about 6-8 weeks. 

Ironically, my wife noticed this more than any other health-related thing I've done in my life.  If you have discovered a way to lose weight, you've got almost any female's attention, eh?  (She also likes my smoothies.) 

I go through periods where I am probably around 15% fat due to chocolate consumption, a few sunflower seeds (for the Panthothenic acid), etc.  But I just cut these out and scarcely noticed.  The pounds just slowly came off.  And I maintain that I've built a little muscle on the way, although I can't prove that.  But I definitely know I haven't lost muscle:  I'm definitely lifting more weight than I did when I started...
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Re: random question
« Reply #373 on: September 26, 2012, 03:52:49 pm »
fyi:

See my comments about the rice protein:

https://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=560.0
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« Reply #374 on: September 26, 2012, 10:00:00 pm »

Well, here's the beef:  iron in red meat is called heme iron and tends to accumulate in tissues and can cause oxidative damage and heart issues.  Plant-based iron is non-heme iron and passes much more easily from your system.  Should you ingest vast quantities of plant-based iron just to test this out?  Well, I don't know if I'd go that far

But you seem like you're willing to go where angels fear to tread.  You've got to realize that you're consuming as much protein as the typical, balls-to-the-wall hardcore 200 pound bodybuilder.  I expect to see the photos of some 18 inch guns here in a few months!


a "hardcore 200lbs bodybuilder" does more than consume 250grams protein to get 18inch guns.... you need to realize I lost 68lbs of fat in 10 weeks and no muscle loss because of eating enough protein and taking drugs..and protein should be at the foudation of the fda food pyrimad, not sugar

I eat protien because I eat about 0-50carbs, so to do the activity I do and not lose protein(muscle) I should eat about 210grams, I eat between 200-250 because my main source of protein comes in increments of 50grams

so you are saying plant iron is safer than meat iron?
what is this based on?
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Re: random question
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