Newsletter #19 – April 2016

Classic Muscle Newsletter #19

2 05, 2016

Cooking for Performance – Part 1

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Cooking for PerformanceHow you cook your food is just as important as what you chose to eatPart 1 of 2: How the wrong cooking techniques can destroy foodWritten by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, April 2016 (issue #19) In my article Low Protein Days, I touched on the subject of cooking your foods to preserve the most amount of nutrients. That is actually a subject that most dietitians, nutritionists, [...]

29 04, 2016

Casein, is the newly crowned king about to get dethroned?

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Casein: is the newly crowned king about to get dethroned?Why dairy and casein might actually be more harmful than glutenWritten by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, April 2016 (issue #19) Over the last year or so, casein has had some kind of reincarnation in the fitness industry. Several articles and websites have claimed casein to be a better choice than whey. However, if we strictly look at the protein [...]

17 04, 2016

Low Protein Days

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Low Protein DaysFight protein habituation, improve cell health and performanceWritten by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, April 2016 (issue #19) In my second book, The Maximum Muscle Guide, published in mid-2009, I wrote a chapter on protein cycling. The main reason for including “low protein days” (less than 50 g protein during 24 hours), was to avoid protein habituation. At the time of writing the book, I had used [...]

13 04, 2016

Dietary toxins: Biogenic amines

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Dietary toxins: Biogenic aminesMigraines, hives, depression, mood swings, and seasonal allergiesWritten by: Joachim BartollClassic Muscle Newsletter, April 2016 (issue #19) Have you ever experienced migraine-like headaches on occasion with no obvious cause? Perhaps accompanied with hives that itched or a rise in body temperature and/or blood pressure? Or perhaps you’ve suddenly felt listless, dull or even slightly depressed for a few hours – and then, just as suddenly, [...]