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  1. TRIGYY
    November 15, 2011

    i have tried in diet with low insulin level. now, i lost my weight.. hehe.. thanks for this tips

  2. Jeanine
    July 10, 2012

    I would like to share some experience I learned from my husband. Before, in his running workouts, he always do it very fast and eat lots of carbo before and after the workout (he looks sugar-starved after the workout). He lose a little on overall weight but is not happy with the %BF result.

    He then changed his strategy to running aerobically for six months and always doing the workout 7 to 8 hours after the big meal. He seems inspired from Mark Allen heart rate training technique for triathletes.

    The running/bike workout is rather long at least 40 to 60 minutes. Some could last up to 4 hours during the time he trains for the marathon.

    The strategy works as he drops his %body fat to around 6-8% while maintaining overall desired weight. The muscle mass looks preserved because of his very high protein intake (instead of always eating heavy carbs) after the workout and during the meal. He starting to dislike carb and sweet foods like ice cream, etc before any workout.

    He only eats one very heavy meal per day and he is been doing that for years since before we married. He is also asthmatic and looks very unfit 5 years before (couch type individual), he decided to train in running and cycling to stay fit and seems very happy doing it now.

    So this means to say, Rusty is very correct in saying running on low insulin levels allows him to burn more fat during the workout. I stumble on this page to confirm that this is correct and there are lot of misconceptions out there.

  3. http://powerpumpxlblog.net
    May 5, 2013

    a week and also transform your physique very quickly. There’s a clever little line in the Jimmy Buffet lyrics “Fruitcakes” when his ‘lady’ is lamenting: “I treat my body like a temple, You treat yours like a tent”. Figuring out how much protein you should be eating can be tricky.

  4. Keeon Taylor
    December 14, 2013

    Short and to the point. People need to make better choices when it comes to choosing the foods that they eat. This short article will inform why they should. Good stuff!

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