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      04-14-2011, 11:30 PM   #23
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link?
It's like number 3 on the listings right now. Just go into the Health Fitness thread section.

Here's the link if you're lazy:
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It's like number 3 on the listings right now. Just go into the Health Fitness thread section.
cool, i'll have a peak.
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Be careful with these types of diets. Too much protein ,little carbs diets puts your body into a state of ketosis. It's very poisonous for your body and you will feel "weak" for a couple months until your body adapts to it.
Ketosis is NOT poisonous for your body. It takes about 8 hours to adapt to ketone metabolism.

Ketogenic dieting is not recommended if you have kidney issues.

Don't talk authoratively about something you haven't tried or have first hand experience with, it's counter productive
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Ketosis is NOT poisonous for your body. It takes about 8 hours to adapt to ketone metabolism.

Ketogenic dieting is not recommended if you have kidney issues.

Don't talk authoratively about something you haven't tried or have first hand experience with, it's counter productive
I will speak authoritatively because I do have first hand experience and have trained in that diet. When I played football we did the exact opposite with high carbs, low fats, and high proteins. My girlfriend is an RD, nutritionist, and a trainer. This is coming straight from her. What credentials do YOU have?
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I will speak authoritatively because I do have first hand experience and have trained in that diet. When I played football we did the exact opposite with high carbs, low fats, and high proteins. My girlfriend is an RD, nutritionist, and a trainer. This is coming straight from her. What credentials do YOU have?
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Go educate yourself! http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=132598293 and http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nut...-brain-qa.html

And being a nutritionist nowadays is usually such a JOKE. lol @ low fat diet. Goodbye sweet test and hormone levels.
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I'll give you some education nutritionist is a person that has a degree in nutrition. To be an RD (registered dietician just in case you didn't know) had to take a comp or national accreditation test to be certified. In perspective, a doctor in a hospital must have approval from clinical RD's prior to writing prescriptions. All you showed me is a forum of people with opinions. Not facts. I'll stick with professionals instead of people who think they are.

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And being a nutritionist nowadays is usually such a JOKE. lol @ low fat diet. Goodbye sweet test and hormone levels.
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I'll give you some education nutritionist is a person that has a degree in nutrition. To be an RD (registered dietician just in case you didn't know) had to take a comp or national accreditation test to be certified. In perspective, a doctor in a hospital must have approval from clinical RD's prior to writing prescriptions. All you showed me is a forum of people with opinions. Not facts. I'll stick with professionals instead of people who think they are.
You must have skipped over the PubMed articles genius. Youre hopeless go enjoy your fat free diet
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You must have skipped over the PubMed articles genius. Youre hopeless go enjoy your fat free diet
Once, again I take my advice from a person that went to school, has degrees, and works at a professional level. NOT, from a person that thinks they are. If and when you actually accomplish those, I may, perhaps hear what you're saying. You're telling a lawyer you know more about law than he does. Until, then it is what it is, take it how you want.
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