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It might help you gain weight, but you would have to drink a lot of it. Not to mention that weight would probably be fat - not muscle. That said, why Milk and Honey? Drinking 5 bottles of Coke a day will help you gain weight as well - doesn't mean you should do it or that it's the correct or smartest thing to do. Why don't eat some food - lean beef, with ...


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While on a heavy lifting program, those who are underweight and want to get bigger need to eat a large amount of food. One of the best ways to make sure that one gets enough calories each day is to drink a gallon of milk in addition to three large meals. To answer your questions individually: Is all that good for you? Milk is awesome for the body. From ...


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I highly recommend reading an account of someone who actually did the protocol for the good, bad, and the ugly. The article you cited really talked about the emotional side of things and didn't really go into any true negative side effects from a health perspective. The key components of GOMAD are: You are lifting weights to build strength. This helps ...


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Eating Fat Does Not Make You Fat Excess fat on the body is an entirely different thing from the fat that you eat. Science and experience agree on this: here's a study entitled Dietary fat is not a major determinant of body fat, and here's Gary Taubes' overview on the subject, appropriate for the layperson. It's a common misconception that eating fat somehow ...


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If the only way you can eat calories at a surplus is by drinking a gallon of milk a day then you should contemplate getting a g-tube. GOMAD is a bad idea. Milk is extremely insulinogenic not to mention our bodies have limited ability to break down lactose. Not to mention 1 gallon of milk has 208g of sugar which is 832 calories. Spare yourself the ...


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You need to be careful what type of calories to take "WHEN". Honey are sugars, fast carbs. If you use fast carb prior to your workout or during your workout, they will feed your muscles, help them to perform better and have a more effective workout that helps you gain muscle mass. If however you take any fast carbs post-workout, most of the excess carbs will ...


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If you're getting diarrhea, your ability to absorb any nutrients from what you've eaten is severely compromised. Anything you've eaten hours earlier that isn't finished digesting will also leave you with suboptimal nutrient absorption. The irritation to your intestines will also decrease your ability to absorb nutrients from subsequent meals for some time. ...



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