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  1. Any changes, there is too little rest and feeling...

    Any changes, there is too little rest and feeling is fatique ?
    Cycling mornings & evenings, running and squats on top, might add-up too much. This of cource depends on many things. Easy Cycling, on...
  2. Sorry, this is a bit boring and too long. I...

    Sorry, this is a bit boring and too long.
    I think, that 10 weekly miles will not lead to fast 15+ milers very soon...and 15M at 8:30/mile will not be primal anyway, but doing it rarely enough is...
  3. Timothy Noakes writes shortly (in book:...

    Timothy Noakes writes shortly (in book: Waterlogged) about hyponatremia (low natrium levels), when cramps occur at rest and in several muscles. Also Search: Daniell & Nocturnal Cramps..he has studied...
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    Hi there, As Joe Friel is primary a Triathlon...

    Hi there,

    As Joe Friel is primary a Triathlon and cycling coach, book is aimed for endurance sports and aerobic performance. Nutrition information seems quite wide, covering e.g. type/source of...
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    I remember searching info for headache during...

    I remember searching info for headache during hard run (cooper test last spring).
    I remember finding something on brains's oxycen deficit during anaerobic work.
    This the best I could find now. So...
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    Yes, certainly you could get better fat burner up...

    Yes, certainly you could get better fat burner up to (almost) no reliance on carbs at all on easy-modest exersices. Eventually you could walk all day without carb refills before or during.
    How good...
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    Excellent video, thanks for posting, need to...

    Excellent video, thanks for posting,
    need to renew our computer chairs, kids backs looks like the bad example already...
  8. Been there done that.... 5 years ago when...

    Been there done that....

    5 years ago when starting running (or do any sports) "first time in my life, at age of 40" there was just one "gear" i.e. one speed and very high heart rate. Training was...
  9. I know grains and MDA do not match, but I still...

    I know grains and MDA do not match, but I still use some in form of glutein-free bread&pasta as my family is still close to mainstream (carb-junkies,I'm slowly working on them....)
    As a person with...
  10. "Dangerous Grains" by James Braly & Ron Hoggan

    Just finished reading "Dangerous grains" by Bradley & Hogan (2002).

    Book is about glutein (e.g. in wheat) and about the harm it does. Impressive read, with awesome references.
    I did not find any...
  11. Meanwhile elsewhere (Sweden)... Low...

    Meanwhile elsewhere (Sweden)...

    Low carbohydrate-high protein diet and incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Swedish women: prospective cohort study | BMJ

    oops.. swedish study already ...
  12. Doctoral Thesis: Higher intake of Carbs--> lower risk of diabetes !!!

    Just spotted a "counter-intuitive" research (to me anyway..) result from local newspaper, then found the dissertation itself:

    Abstract says e.g.
    Total carbohydrate substitutions for total fat...
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    Done that, in search of more answers, Slow Burn...

    Done that, in search of more answers, Slow Burn led me to Maffetone...then MDA...does it get any better ?
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    Phillip Maffetone's book

    It's an excellent book, so much more than typical (running) book, offering balanced approach for sports and life.
    I think I first just read it through (same time with primal blueprint..) to get the...
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    Thanks for the great article. This might cause...

    Thanks for the great article. This might cause some Noakes followers to check their paradigms.
    I'm just reading a book by Philip Maffetone (who seems quite Primal to me): "The big book of Endurance...
  16. Hi Crookette, you might be still carb-runner......

    Hi Crookette, you might be still carb-runner...
    If your runs are on aerobic zone, you should see the improvement quite fast, say in 2 weeks, when body adapts for fat metabolism. Just take easy...
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    marathon training - fat burn - weight loss

    Pace2race has lot's of valuable comments (thanks !!) (and naturally Mark's advice is good)

    If nothing else, eat protein withing 45 mins after workout. Some carbs (enough to fill the stores) won't...
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    As a base-line you should have protein + carbs ...

    As a base-line you should have protein + carbs after the workout latest whitin one hour (closer the work out, the better, say in 20-45 mins.).
    For muscle growth/rebuild there is a "window of...
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    Hi there, I'm in line with Honeypig (also with...

    Hi there,
    I'm in line with Honeypig (also with similar Marathon times..).
    One can do LSD's (Long Slow Distance) without any carbs before or during, but one needs to build that capasity (fat burn)...
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    Thanks dml, that sort of effect (fat metabolisim...

    Thanks dml, that sort of effect (fat metabolisim boost) would fit to my Marathon needs.
    So what do you say about the effect for a paleo-runner, who by theory should be good fat burner anyway ?
    ...
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    Carb problem on my marathons ?

    Firstly, thanks for Mark offering opportunity to learn from educated like-minded !!

    sorry that my first post is a bit overkill...

    My story:
    - I got into endurance sports running and skiing) 4...
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