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    Quote Originally Posted by jublhu4 View Post
    So, would fructose based carbs be beneficial due to its rehydration abilities?
    Water would be beneficial for its rehydration ability

    In terms of optimizing macros, its the same as normal dieting - high protein with carbs/fats tailored to suite the individual while having a preference for carbs > fats. So if you find that fructose helps you feel better than starchy carbs, and you don't want to limit carb intake further, then by all means go for it.
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    Well said. Thanks.


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    I did read to eat fruits. Not only for yhe vitamins, but hydration and frucose... Is that something I should have in my diet?

    I bought gatorade normally use it post workouts.
    I am just trying to stay hydrated and safe and lose some extra bf. It got alil high when my thyroid levels dropped they put me on t4 for hypo thyroid and i am starting to lose weight, added clen bc i though the increase in energy and such would help fat loss. I used to use eca a lot when i would cut. I have never been so fat in my life. I really really hate the high %

    I am used to maintaining around 12% so being up here is UNACCEPTABLE! to say the least. I appreciate yalls input. I'll put together a diet as well and see what yall think.

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    At my weight, I would say somewhere around 1700 cals a day

    Normally, without dnp, I would do around 1700 cals focused on protein and moderate fat. Carbs would be pretty low and the bulk of them would be ingested in my first 3 meals breakfast pre and post w.o is where most of my carbs lie.

    w. dnp, I would like to actually do as little carbs as possible if possible. Should I do like a keto diet and carb deplete before I start or just start when i get it? Any like pre-dnp things I should do?

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    get ready to sweat, shower and repeat


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