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chillain
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Dr Pangloss - thanks for your recent posts in this thread

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Mdgray82
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Dr. Pangloss wrote:
Mdgray82 wrote:
Seems like a pretty weak argument. One case study from the 1960s and your opinion that it can cause frothy urine.
People who have nephrotic syndromes ( protein wasting) can have frothy urine but that in no way supports that you need aas to utilize high protein low carb diets.
I'm very
Much natural and working with Shelby and am low carb high protein and am having no problems.


It's not an argument, it's my observation based on my own experience. When I eat over 250 grams of protein while keeping total calories low, my pee gets foamy. And by quoting the study, I'm merely bringing the observations of others to the discussion.

I think it's great you're doing well on a high protein diet and wish you continued success. Your experience, like mine, is another data point.


I wasnt necessarily commenting on your personal experience, where you said that people generally don't do well on high protein it sounded more like a broad statement and less like just your personal experience. It just seemed like a sweeping generalization that you were supporting with a dated study.

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shffl
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jskrabac wrote:


Yep, progressed from 20 min to 50 min fasted morning LISS.


Is this everyday? Also is there a reason for this as opposed to HIIT cardio?

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jskrabac
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shffl wrote:
jskrabac wrote:


Yep, progressed from 20 min to 50 min fasted morning LISS.


Is this everyday? Also is there a reason for this as opposed to HIIT cardio?


It's just Shelby's preference. I'm going back to HIIT, i.e. sled pulls, row machine, tire flips, hammer strikes, etc. for the "off-season."

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