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The premise for this notion is based upon glycogen depletion. Replenishing glycogen allows the body to recover better and start working on muscle repair, however, You would need to work out for a few hours to consider that your glycogen might have been depleted. Assuming your friend is an athlete like you claim he probably trains for hours at a time and ...


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What your friend is referring to is commonly called the "Golden hour" or the "Golden Window". It is also dependent on the type of exercise that you are doing. Many studies have shown that for endurance exercisers that have a need to replace glycogen in both muscles and body storage, that sooner is better, as the body is primed to deliver glycogen to the ...


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It means that there is 100g of fat total, and out of that, 30g is saturated.


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Glutamine falls into the lower-tier category of supplements, where it would be extremely difficult for anyone to prove that it's going to make measurable impacts to performance. Glutamine has positive impacts related to DOMS, as an example, but the impact is minor. Glutamine is an amino acid found in a variety of dietary sources (most meats, eggs, beans, ...


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As noted by Tonny Madsen: After a 10 km run, you don't need any more protein than what should already be present in your everyday food. So replacing the lunch by lighter food (e.g. fruit) is acceptable.



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