Re: Research Question of the Week: A Comprehensive Discussion on Diet Induced Thermogenesis
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It depends on how many carbs you are consuming. But what I tried to do was have all my carb meals in the morning or after a workout. One reason being was that insulin sensitivity is optimal at these times, so DIT would be higher. [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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You mean, your complex carb meals, all in the morning or after workout?
If you have them all after workout...what happens with the pre-workout meal...and also, what happens to pre and post workout meals if you have all your carbs in the morning? How does that way of eating affect how you schedule your training sessions?
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