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Based on the above research, you should have around 40 grams off protein. Incidentally, that also appears to the optimal dosage for protein balance.
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In my offseason I have always taken a shake before my refeed meals and it has kept my protein intake up for one (depends what kind of food I ate) and second of all it did stop me from eating a lot more then what I really could have ate without the shake.

If you look back at some of my older posts, I used to recommend that to people before their cheat meals/days. Dunno if anyone of them paid any attention + taken it in to consideration on their cheat days.

I plan on doing the same deal with my next off season. I think it works like a charm.

But for me it usually makes a difference between a whole home made pizza and a home made cheese cake to only the pizza or half of each [img]/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

I feel like home made pizza, double base, cheese in between with ketchup, cottage cheese on top with BBQ sauce, your meats and veggies you desire with plenty of cheese on top. Serving size = 6 people or 1 Dzoni
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I usually have about 2 standard scoops of whey and some glutamine.

Dzoni that pizza sounds disgusting.
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If you look back at some of my older posts, I used to recommend that to people before their cheat meals/days. Dunno if anyone of them paid any attention + taken it in to consideration on their cheat days.

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haha. That last sentence made me laugh. Yes, we all need to listen when the big D talks. [img]/forum/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

Yeah, that pizza sounds pretty...unique. Is that like an auzzie specialty or something?
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Haha one of those things you just make up as you go along. The pizza isn't bad tasting. The ingredients together sound pretty horrid!

I just the think overwhelming feeling you get before the cheat makes anything taste great, LOL!
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So if someone is eating 7 meals a day with roughly 40g of protein in each feeding, and also adding 3 40gram pre-meal feedings, this would be 400 grams of protein. You guys dont think this is too much?
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Yes, that is too much.
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This is where BCAAs can come in handy. In addition with those, you may also be able to lower your protein content within a meal, such that total caloric content throughout a day is a constant
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So then how is this supposed to be implemented? Should my meal frequency go down, should the following meals have half the protein?
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What you might do is this.

1. You can try simply adding in between meals 10 grams of EAAs
as a preload to the meals you are most hungry in( this may be for 3 specific meals during the day), but maintain your meal frequency.


Overall this would help muscle growth as well.

If you were dieting hard, and trying this for everymeal. You could lower your protein in your meal proportional to the number of grams you are supplementing in the preload so that overall you get the same amount of amino acids in a day.

So if you have 50 grams of protein in a meal, you may have 10 grams of EAAs before, and 40 grams of protein in the meal.
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