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    Spikeman1444 is offline Senior Member
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    Thoughts? Sure. It's what Ori's been saying for the last dozen years, and what I've been following for most of that time, and it works great for me, year in and year out. I am, at age 57, in the best shape of my life. I owe my good health to the Party-approved exercise and Warrior Diet-approved eating.

    I really can't overstate the benefits of the WD for me. There are many seeming paradoxes in the world of strength. For me, the eating paradox is that I felt terrible when I got hungry and I solved my problem by eating less often, not more often. The WD took away my addiction to frequent feeding, my addiction to carbs - it basically put me in touch with my body, and figuring out what to eat came naturally after forcing myself to break my old habits about when to eat.

    A big "like" to Ori's blog post from me.
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    That's great Steve! Is Ori saying in the article that you shouldn't have fruits with your whey during the day or only berries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeman1444 View Post
    That's great Steve! Is Ori saying in the article that you shouldn't have fruits with your whey during the day or only berries?
    If it is for pre-workout, then it is ok to combine, else no.

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    Thats a great article. I have been trying different IF methods and haven't settled on one that works with my work schedule (graveyard shift 4 nights a week) and this will be my next try. So is this approach called the Warrior Diet?

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    If you intend to follow the WD, buy the book, please - the principle is simple but the details matter and the book helps a lot on those. It also has a number of excellent recipes in the back (or at least the first edition did - I haven't seen the most recent edition).
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    I second what Steve said. That's WD in a nutshell, but there's allot more to it. It's a very good read also. I would recommend getting WD first and then picking up Unlock Your Muscle Gene for the WD more geared towards muscle recovery and growth.

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    Thanks for the help guys.
    One question about the WD. From what I understand its one meal a day supplemented with some whey protein, berries, and green veggies in between especially before and after working out. Does that mean that I need to hit my macros in one meal? So a 2000+ calorie feeding? I plan on getting the book next week but I am still wondering about that one meal.

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    You can split it up into as many meals as you want through a 4 hour window (KEEP IT CLEAN!) The whey , green veggies and berries are optional, you have to act by how you feel. The main gist is to keep it low glycemic. You'll understand when you buy the book

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    Thanks! Book is going to be ordered soon

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