Message from Suomi Stronk in Fitness #nutrition


2018-03-30 01:13:48 UTC  

gotcha

2018-03-30 01:29:13 UTC  

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2018-03-30 01:30:17 UTC  

I made a bucket garden after knowing nothing using the info from Larry Hall's channel @Pat-MA

2018-03-30 01:55:43 UTC  

Beautiful!

2018-04-11 02:02:30 UTC  
2018-04-17 14:54:54 UTC  

@MaryJuneVoss - SC Saw your inquiry about keto diet on the Skills & Academics server. Some folks here have utilized it. I have personally been doing a paleo/keto lifestyle for about seven years.

2018-04-18 06:22:32 UTC  

Can someone here redline me on protein powder?

2018-04-18 06:22:47 UTC  

I know it's just food

2018-04-18 06:22:58 UTC  

But I definitely don't get enough protein from school food

2018-04-18 06:23:25 UTC  

So I need to know which brands of protein powder don't suck

2018-04-18 06:24:19 UTC  

Preferably available on Amazon

2018-04-18 06:24:34 UTC  

Honestly I use GNC's 100% Advanced Whey. Like 48g of protein in two scoops with only a handful of carbs and fats. Plus a good supporting Amino profile. 72 servings door $60.

2018-04-18 06:25:00 UTC  

I heard that whey sucks

2018-04-18 06:25:17 UTC  

Not really. Casein is kind of a meme imo

2018-04-18 06:25:45 UTC  

Is there any particular criteria to decide based on?

2018-04-18 06:26:41 UTC  

How can I tell which brands are "good"?

2018-04-18 06:26:53 UTC  

Is all protein just protein, or does it make a difference?

2018-04-18 06:30:37 UTC  
2018-04-18 06:32:00 UTC  

Not necessarily. Make sure you're getting an isolate, as there's really no reason to pay extra to get extra shit that possiblly may not even digest correctly. I like to say 20-30g of protein per scoop is a pretty safe bet.

2018-04-18 06:32:34 UTC  

Optimum Nutrition has some pretty good protein as well

2018-04-18 06:33:54 UTC  

Thanks

2018-04-18 18:27:23 UTC  

Any whole foods fans here?

2018-04-18 18:33:00 UTC  

I do like some of the products they carry. We had a great Whole Foods in Hawaii with a large outdoor patio for food and their full-service bar. Much of the shitlib clientle on the other hand...

2018-04-18 22:10:46 UTC  

@Pat-MA I do as well love overpaying for groceries

2018-04-19 02:56:44 UTC  

@Pat-MA yes sir. And FreshThyme.

2018-04-19 05:28:23 UTC  

I just had a pretty intense lifting session

2018-04-19 05:28:33 UTC  

Should I have extra protein?

2018-04-19 05:28:53 UTC  

Or is there only a certain amount I can take in at a time?

2018-04-19 05:44:57 UTC  

Get the amount to fulfill your daily requirements, and if you want to eat more go for it. There's probably no right or wrong answer, some sources say that your body only absorbs x amount of protein per meal, other sources say that's bs. (Unless you're restricting caloric intake)

2018-04-19 05:45:37 UTC  

What you could have more of after a really strenous workout is more carbs to replenish your glycogen levels. >inb4 keto posters

2018-04-19 05:51:52 UTC  

Technically too much protein can fuck up PH balance or something along those lines. Or at least bad for your liver/kidneys. That's why I'm not a fan of Keto as, at least what a lot of people tend to do, eat a lot of fucking protein. Too tired to remember, why the hell am I still even up lol?

2018-04-19 05:54:55 UTC  

You're awake to answer questions

2018-04-19 17:47:28 UTC  

Strict Keto is supposed to be moderate protein, high fat.

2018-04-19 17:47:55 UTC  

Too high protein >> Glucogenesis or w.e > kicked out of keto

2018-04-19 23:57:25 UTC  

Should I be taking creatine?

2018-04-19 23:57:35 UTC  

Or anything else, for that matter?

2018-04-20 00:10:51 UTC  

If you take creatine, get some milk thistle to help flush the kidneys

2018-04-20 00:11:01 UTC  

Creatine works, not sure what it does to keto.

2018-04-20 00:15:54 UTC  

just adding, don't overcomplicate it with all the supplements and stuff, effective training and good sleep is 100% better than every possible supplement