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Old 01-10-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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A Little Advice on Plan

Hey everyone!

I have lurked in this section for awhile and I want to congratulate some of you on your changes and hard work!

I have a question. I want to start incorportating strength training into my workouts. But when it comes to the eating, I don't know if the way I want to eat is smart to do with ST. I'm not afraid of carbs. I used to be a strict vegetarian, so I can eat me some carbs. But I feel more satisfied if my diet is higher fat(around 35%). Is this bad for ST? I'm trying to control my carb intake, because I can get way out of hand with the carbs. I am very familiar with the BFL way of eating, but it advocates only 20% coming from fat. Will I be able to achieve a leaner body with a higher fat percentage? I would like to aim for around 33/33/33. Give or take a little on protein and fat.

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Old 01-11-2011, 03:51 PM   #2
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you can do bfl on higher fat/more balance.. pay attention to your strength and energy.
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