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  1. Agreed. Not to mention people have different...

    Agreed. Not to mention people have different goals... and they're all legit, as long as they bring a level of happiness, accomplishment, or the liberty to enjoy other things in life.

    Not everyone...
  2. Just depends on what the person has been doing...

    Just depends on what the person has been doing before the activity. Coming out of a 10-year coma, one can build muscle by sitting up for a piss.
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    If one consumes the minimum required nutrition,...

    If one consumes the minimum required nutrition, stunted growth shouldn't be an issue. Growing children going through extreme physical activities while eating a severely restricted diet (like the...
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    Intermittent is not necessarily always random,...

    Intermittent is not necessarily always random, nor pattern-based.
    In application, it's neither and both.
    IF is just a common name to describe an absence of continuous feeding as observed in popular...
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    Hunger is not based merely on one factor but...

    Hunger is not based merely on one factor but multiple and complex physical and psychological factors. There's no fooling Mother Nature -- there's only being thoughtful and vigilant against the...
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    No one is pushing back. The question is asked out...

    No one is pushing back. The question is asked out of context of the thread's subject, intermittent fasting.

    The language in your post seems extreme and borders absolute. Intermittent fasting...
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    If you believe that the transgression of T4...

    If you believe that the transgression of T4 conversion to rT3 can be isolated to a single potential causation like short-term intermittent fasting, then perhaps it's a good idea that you personally...
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    For two million years, it has been Mother Nature...

    For two million years, it has been Mother Nature that forced you to eat the calories that She determined you would have, not your hunger sensation nor your hormones.

    Please.
  9. You bet, Dragonfly. Best, Johnny

    You bet, Dragonfly.

    Best,
    Johnny
  10. Inflammation theory, by Brad Pilon...

    Inflammation theory, by Brad Pilon.
    More than grains themselves, excess body fat is a constant source of inflammation in your body.
    Chronic inflammation may impede on muscle gain.
    Theoretically,...
  11. No hard feelings. Best, Johnny

    No hard feelings.

    Best,
    Johnny
  12. In his circumstance (112 lbs.), he shouldn't have...

    In his circumstance (112 lbs.), he shouldn't have to eat at a large caloric deficit. My post wasn't talking about a 112-pound person.

    Best,
    Johnny
  13. My pleasure, Sue. Best, Johnny

    My pleasure, Sue.

    Best,
    Johnny
  14. Posterior chain is underdeveloped? No power? ...

    Posterior chain is underdeveloped? No power?

    YouTube - 2008 PWA Championships: Clean and Jerk 2

    Clean and Jerk over 246 pounds at under 150 pounds of body weight.
    This lift was after I fasted...
  15. Jim, you are correct. Most internet communication...

    Jim, you are correct. Most internet communication like this rarely considers individual differences. There are a very few people who can eat a lot and compensate naturally with energy expenditure of...
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    Coffee stimulates the release of the...

    Coffee stimulates the release of the catecholamines such as epinephrine and glucagon. These hormones liberate fatty acids and protein, and synthesize them into blood glucose. The catecholamines also...
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    One thing we should remember is that muscle...

    One thing we should remember is that muscle hypertrophy is based on gene signaling as influenced by high mechanical stress (resistant training), not by protein or carb intake.

    I think many people...
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    I had been suspicious in the past, too. But I...

    I had been suspicious in the past, too.

    But I just completed a CrossFit workout, 18 hours into my fast. I haven't eaten, and probably won't eat for another hour, as I'm not near a duck or an...
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    Yes, fat is satiating. But I personally avoid the...

    Yes, fat is satiating. But I personally avoid the mentality that I need something to take me a long way. Just don't eat for a certain time period, no matter what you ate before the fast. I find that...
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    lecz0r, Depending on the individual, protein...

    lecz0r,

    Depending on the individual, protein metabolism will increase at some point during the fast, but feedback mechansim will decrease this by means of increased fat metabolism. Increased...
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    This is false. Muscle gain or loss is cyclical...

    This is false.

    Muscle gain or loss is cyclical and is mostly determined by long-term mechanical stimulus (i.e. resistance training) and sufficient base-line calorie intake, and not on meal...
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    SerialSinner wrote:


    "Clean sources of glucose appear to be way better than other sources of carbs, but I am still hesitant to include it as an ideal dietary component for someone seeking their...
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    Amy, much of the fasting benefits seem to initiate around the 12- to 14-hour mark. However, simply going longer between meals, even if doesn't reach 12 hours or more, still provide positive effects:...
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    Jokaman, for breakfast, eat Paleo -- or eat something low in carbohydrates, to start off your fast with stable blood glucose.


    You should be fine. It's the beauty of intermittent fasting. (But...
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    Keeping in mind that the cause of leptin resistance is still theoretical and possibly multifactorial, the discussion should also include inflammation.


    There are many mechanisms for...
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