I have long wondered whether carbs are really necessary for muscle mass gains. I've always had a hard time gaining mass eating any type of diet you can imagine so I can't say what really works for me. However from what I've read there seem to be a few contradictions. For example, HGH and IGF-1 (which grow muscles) only come out when blood sugar is low, but regular insulin (which... also grows muscles?) only comes out when it's elevated. I posted (http://board.crossfit.com/showthread.php?t=30546) about this on crossfit.com but never got an answer. Anyway if you do find some good approach please do let me know .Also, paleo diet has done nothing for my acne. I'm 24 now and it's worse than when I was 16 (been 90% paleo for a year now). I'm about ready to give up and go back to cream-land
I think you should stick 100% to paleodiet before saying that this way of eating doesn't improve your acne.
Actually the only reason I even brought that up was because I was surprised that going from "eating whatever is around" (basically no food control) to 90% Paleo didn't help my acne at all. I would have expected at least some marginal improvement.
Hi, Lord Snoolington The "anti-masturbation" regime is just one of my regimes based on trial and error. There are some interesting studies that proves masturbation to cause acne..but nothing so serious. Unfortunately, this regime didn't work...like many others. You can read about my latest "funny" acne experience here: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/Anti-acne-diet-and-teen-acne-t199207.html
Masturbation is also supposed to cause hairy palms and blindness. My eyesight is 20/20. I only have to shave my palms once a week.
Thanks for the posts, guys. However I'm a little bit skeptical about gaining a tons of weight on the paleo diet. When we talk about carbs, the Paleo is very restrictive. I think it will be a little hard to gain 10 pounds for 5-6 months (for example) without all the carbohydrates from bread/potatoes/rice/etc. Meat, eggs and olive oil for protein and fat sources are good but fruits, vegetables and nuts for main carb sources...Don't know. I'll try and see
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