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    Steve Freides is offline Senior Member
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    Comrade mc, I just finished reading an old Milo training article by Anthony Ditillo in which the advice was given to try whatever you like, including following the training of others whose results you admire, as long as you realize that at the end of the day, only you can figure out what works for you, and that "works" in this context means a combination of accommodating one's personality as well as one's physiology.

    All of the above applies to diet as far as I am concerned.

    I am heading upstairs now - a double shot of espresso, which I will turn into an iced latte thanks to ice (duh) and cream, plus a few spoonfuls of homemade almond/cashew/peanut butter - that'll be food for the morning and into mid-afternoon, when I'll likely have a bit more of the same. For me, this is sufficient carbs in order to have a great workout.

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    Hello Hans,

    My diet was similar to yours and I also had a few episodes while doing VWC and warrior diet. I had to add more potatoes (my favorite) to my evening meal, and I still eat 1/2 cup of oatmeal with strawberries and cinammon about an hour or two before my workout. Problem being that oatmeal digests slowly.

    Com. mc hit the nail in the head when diagnosing my eating pattern deficiency.

    Alles gute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFreides View Post
    Comrade mc, I just finished reading an old Milo training article by Anthony Ditillo in which the advice was given to try whatever you like, including following the training of others whose results you admire, as long as you realize that at the end of the day, only you can figure out what works for you, and that "works" in this context means a combination of accommodating one's personality as well as one's physiology.

    All of the above applies to diet as far as I am concerned.
    yup, and i'd agree with you.

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