The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Attica, Yes, the "chick peas" is a type, and...

    Attica,
    Yes, the "chick peas" is a type, and should read "split peas". I'll see if Maki can correct it; thanks for the heads-up :)
  2. Here's a recipe that gives you the slow releasing...

    Here's a recipe that gives you the slow releasing casein in cottage cheese, together with the EFA's of flax, all wrapped-up into a tasty shake. I drink one almost every night an hour or so before...
  3. For cutting I've found that getting a lower...

    For cutting I've found that getting a lower omega-6 to omega-3 ratio is incredibly useful. Your diet looks pretty good overall, but you might benefit from incorporating more fish oil and flax into...
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    Thanks for the welcome Maki :) Good point,...

    Thanks for the welcome Maki :)

    Good point, bananas are definitely a superior fruit choice for PWO.
  5. White bread has almost no fiber, and a lot of the...

    White bread has almost no fiber, and a lot of the vitamins are removed during milling. So whole grain bread is a superior choice.

    Virgin olive oil is a good choice - good source of...
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    Supposedly fructose replenishes live glycogen...

    Supposedly fructose replenishes live glycogen rather than muscle glycogen, doesn't promote a large insulin response, and reduces the number of fat calories burned for energy.

    But like Maki, I love...
  7. There are a bunch of oats recipes in this...

    There are a bunch of oats recipes in this article:

    http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/recipes/brief_history_of_oats.htm
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    Vido, here you go: If any of you missed the...

    Vido, here you go:

    If any of you missed the controversy about Tri-O-plex bars - they're not all they're made out to be: http://www.labelclaimstesting.com/?pageID=20

    So last month I decided to...
  9. From Maki's interview with John Berardi:...

    From Maki's interview with John Berardi:
    http://www.wannabebig.com/article.php?articleid=114&pageid=2

    Wannabebig: With those high intakes, I wonder how much protein the body can assimilate in one...
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    Here are a couple of low-carb bars that you can...

    Here are a couple of low-carb bars that you can make at home. They're a little sticky, but it's hard to make a bar with good texture without putting-in some sort of flour. Now if you want a low-gi...
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    (edit) sorry, wrong thread

    (edit) sorry, wrong thread
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    2 lb. roasted chicken (whole, skinless): K/cal...

    2 lb. roasted chicken (whole, skinless):

    K/cal - 1514
    Protein - 227 g
    Carbs - 0 g
    Fat - 60 g (16.4s, 22.7m, 13.7p) (11.2 omega-6; 0.5 omega-3)

    (from the USDA food nutrient database)
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