Thread: Food pairings
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Old 05-10-2014, 07:57 AM   #15
Luke Sirakos
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Re: Food pairings

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Originally Posted by Bob Herald View Post
Thank you both for your opinions. Todd you're right, in nutrition there is no black and white. A little background on where this came

Here's a link to a friends website where he outlines his diet. His theory has to do with the body producing different enzymes to digest different foods. Take a look. Also he performs athletically at a high level.

http://www.bjjcenter.com/multimedia/...hp?ArticleID=4
That guy is in fantastic shape, there is no way around that but everything he discusses is complete bro science and has been debunked. Does that mean you won't see success following what he advises? Absolutely not. His diet looks like he is hitting all of his targets fine but I seriously doubt the combination of macro ingredients (or the lack thereof) is the reason for his success.
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