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I read these magazines that have these excellent workout plans. I do the workouts, but I don't do the crazy diet that they show with it. I don't eat a lot of egg whites and things like that, but I do make sure I eat healthy and drink protein shakes like "Muscle Milk". Is it important to follow the diet plan that they have in these magazines? I mean, prisoners don't follow a series diet plan and they come out pretty ripped.
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To regulate the food intake human beings have 2 centers called feeding centre and satietary center. Feeding center stimulation leads to increased food intake and uncontrollable hunger where as satietary center stimulation causes cessation of food intake by inhibiting feeding center activity. There are some receptors called glucostats which gives response increase blood glucose content which occurs as soon as the person takes his meal. Glucostats excite the satietary center which inturn inhibits the feeding center.
 

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try post meal muscle work 1.5-2' impulses

I read these magazines that have these excellent workout plans. I do the workouts, but I don't do the crazy diet that they show with it. I don't eat a lot of egg whites and things like that, but I do make sure I eat healthy and drink protein shakes like "Muscle Milk". Is it important to follow the diet plan that they have in these magazines? I mean, prisoners don't follow a series diet plan and they come out pretty ripped.
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Sounds like you're doing everything right!! High protein, avoid simple carbs. Lets face it, crazy diets don't work! Balance carbs with muscle work impulses to put the sugar into the muscle rather than fat cells. Stairs or incline treadmill work, 1.5-2' impulse, repeat until post meal high < 140 @ 60' after start of meal, <110 @ 2 hr. Take frequent muscle contraction breaks throughout day. :)
 
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