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You don’t create an energy balance because the body regulates energy output better than you can regulate “energy” input. Exercise, unless exceptionally strenuous, can only account for a small fraction of the energy consumed by the body’s natural metabolic processes. By trying to keep an “energy balance” you are fighting an uphill battle against your body. You have to outrun your diet, then outrun a lower body temperature, then outrun lower blood pressure, brain function, sluggishness, etc. The body adjusts its internal processes to match the caloric input so long as insulin levels are signalling that calories are coming from an external source.

That being said, you’re going to think what I write next is nuts: I’m about to try the Bulletproof IF protocol. I actually started a modified version of it today, using cocoa instead of coffee because I don’t want to try the coffee until I get the really high quality stuff. I’m about 16 hours into the IF and I feel really great. I used lots of kerrygold and coconut oil in my cocoa so I’m pretty fueled on fat. Prior to discovering BC, I never would have considered IF or going back to drinking any kind of coffee, for that matter. The fact that this theory asserts that the fat does not negate the benefits of fasting really intrigued me. I don’t know if the coffee part is strictly necessary or even if it would be that good for me. But, I’m willing to give it a try and see if good quality coffee without contaminants really does make any sort of difference. If I notice any sort of withdrawal when I don’t have it, I will nix it. For me, this is just a good way to get off the eating frequently rollercoaster. I’ve been low carb Paleo for a year and still feel the (probably emotional) need to eat frequently. I think it’s holding me back so I’m going to try this out in an effort to make sure I’m able to burn fat primarily as opposed to sneaking in the glucose by eating too much protein too often. I’ll let you know how it goes!

Well, obviously as you get more advanced and your volume threshold increases, your volume *tolerance* also increases – so auto-regulation takes care of it, at least within reason. However, you still have to monitor progress and determine whether what you are doing is working for you. Even with an effective training method and a “perfect” program there is still no guarantees. The downside of auto-regulation is that some may not be able to push themselves to the point where optimal progress is realized. Let’s say you started grinding on rep 6 and thought to yourself “ok, I’ll stop here, this is an RPE 9”. Then someone offered you a million dollars if you could get to 10 reps, and if not you they would empty your bank accounts and kill your family. Could you get 10 reps? Just a thought experiment, of course…

As a side note, these feelings of low energy and food preoccupation usually occur later in the day when I hit this magical low body weight/low calorie combination. It doesn't matter if I'm having a moderate calorie day, using a 16/8 feeding schedule, a 20/4 feeding schedule, or fasting for a full day. If it's not a high-calorie or high-carb day, my energy goes down significantly, starting around 4 PM. This lasts until the following morning. It's like I'm a video game character starting off with 10/10 on the power bar and by late evening there are only 3 bars left.

wow. this is very timely indeed. thanks so much for sharing all of this. we have been trying to conceive for the past 4 months but I only have 2 months of charted temps ….very low pre-ovulation all below 97 and after ovulation between - I also have a short luteal phase of only 11 days so I have been pulling out all of my fertility and herb books trying to figure out what I should be doing to help this. (I had these same 2 issues in 2008, which I did improve with supplements before conceiving our daughter – but had a very difficult pregnancy and ended up having her at 25 weeks – complete placenta previa and PPROM at 20 weeks).
We already do eat as much as we can traditional whole food meals doing the best we can on a tight budget – only pastured meat and raw dairy & org. butter – but the rest I had to stop buying organic. I drink kombucha and take a probiotic daily & CLO, but besides that no supplements. I think I should get back on a whole foods prenatal vitamin though – ASAP (what is your opinion on this?) and also think that a b-complex and B6 supplements along with Vitex could help me as well. Still need to come up with the funds for this though. As for all of your points – I need to focus on #’s 2, 4 and 7. Thank you again for sharing all this. Blessings.

Test e cycle leangains

test e cycle leangains

As a side note, these feelings of low energy and food preoccupation usually occur later in the day when I hit this magical low body weight/low calorie combination. It doesn't matter if I'm having a moderate calorie day, using a 16/8 feeding schedule, a 20/4 feeding schedule, or fasting for a full day. If it's not a high-calorie or high-carb day, my energy goes down significantly, starting around 4 PM. This lasts until the following morning. It's like I'm a video game character starting off with 10/10 on the power bar and by late evening there are only 3 bars left.

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