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When it comes to post workout nutrition you’re going to hear different opinions. Some people will eat right after training, some will have a post workout shake, and some may not have anything. It’s not that one strategy is “right” or “wrong” it just varies depending on the individual and what they are training for (i.e. bulking or cutting).
For mass building bulking phases you should consume a post workout shake that contains simple carbs and fast digesting protein. This will help to prevent muscle break down, replenish the nutrients you burned during your training, and spike your insulin levels which can be a very anabolic muscle building hormone right after a hard weight training workout.
However, when training for fat loss you may opt to skip the post workout shake and wait an hour after training before eating anything. The reason for this is that right after a hard workout you’re body will continue burning calories at an elevated rate and when you combine this with heightened metabolic hormones, like growth hormone, you will be in an ideal fat burning mode.
Growth hormone and insulin are 2 opposing hormones. In nature when insulin levels are high, growth hormone is suppressed. When growth hormone levels are high, insulin levels are generally low. So if you spike your insulin levels with a post workout shake, you’ll suppress your growth hormone levels to some degree and minimize the fat burning benefits.
Despite the name, growth hormone is mostly a fat burning hormone. When growth hormone is high, fat burning is also high.
So to conclude:
When bulking, have your post workout nutrition (i.e. post workout shake).
When cutting, skip the post workout shake and wait an hour until you eat your next solid food meal.
There is a lot of mixed material out there about eating or not eating before your workout. Everyone is looking for the right answer so they can burn more fat quicker. This video will give you a better understanding in both situations.
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I spend a lot of time writing and talking about what isn’t true. Over the past few months, we’ve had lots of episodes talking about how many nutrition recommendations aren’t supported by science. I’ve argued that what many people are telling you may be inaccurate. In response, lots of you have asked me what nutrition recommendations should say.
The truth is that it’s much easier to tell you what not to do, than to tell you what to do. But we don’t avoid the hard questions. Recently I shared my nutrition recommendations over at the Upshot at the New York Times, and they were surprisingly popular. So I’m going to share them with you, here on Healthcare Triage
You should go read that piece, which all of this is based on. References and links can be found there: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/21/upshot/simple-rules-for-healthy-eating.html
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