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I recently tryed to place an ad for the the book "Bodybuilding 
Supplement Secrets Revealed" in a major muscle magazine
and here is the response I got:

"After reviewing your ad and website, the publisher feels it is 
in our best interests to not allow you to advertise with us.

Advertising Manager

They fully admitted that the only reason they were rejecting 
the ad was to protect their own interests. They are saying if 
people learned the truth about supplements, the magazine 
would lose money. In other words, since they sell 
supplements, it is in the magazines best interests to keep 
people in the dark about supplements. 

I was a bit sceptical when I read the book and it told how 
greedy the magazine/supplement company owners are and
how they fight to hide the truth, but this incident and others 
like it have proved it to me.

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     Fitness Tips For 8/6/2008

Bodybuilding Meal Timing

by Mark DiMaggio, Sports Nutritionist, I.F.A., Master Fitness 
Trainer, Instructor & Testing Agent for A.A.P.T. & N.F.P.T., 
Fitness, Wellness & Nutrition Consultant, Corporate Programs 

       Since your muscle tissue needs nutrition every 3 to 4 hours, 
it makes sense to time your meals 3 to 4 hours apart. The optimum 
daily meal schedule would be to eat 4 to 5 times per/day for 
fat-loss/lean muscle maintenance, and 6+ times per/day for muscular 
weight gain. You need to "TIME" your meals, instead of falling into 
the bad habit of eating when you are hungry. Your lean muscle tissue 
NEEDS nourishment every 3 to 4 hours, period. If you give the 656 
various muscles in your body their needed nourishment they will 
structurally benefit from this, and your glycogen stores will be 
constantly replenished giving your brain the needed fuel to function 
at peak performance. Your skeletal muscle will heal correctly in 
between workouts, as the needed nutrition from the correct nutrient 
mix (Optimum is; 40% protein, 40% carbohydrates, and less than 20% 
fats) will supply your body with exactly what it needs to speed up 
your metabolism, burning fat, and satisfying your lean muscle's 
nutritional needs.

       Your brain's only source of energy is Glucose, which is what
all carbohydrates assimilate into when digested (both simple and 
complex carbohydrates, but complex carbs have soluble fiber and are 
the focus of your carb intake). Consult the Glycemic food charts to 
select the complex carbs with the lowest Glycemic ratings, so the 
glucose "conversion" will release into your blood stream at a slower 
rate, disallowing the storage of excess glucose into adipose tissue 
(fat). Eat what you need based on your daily caloric intake, don't 
over-eat. Avoid eating late at night, as this food will most likely 
result in fat storage, unless it is very low in calories, high in 
protein and from complex carbohydrate sources that are very low in 
their glycemic rating. Eating late may also hinder you from having 
a restful night's sleep, as the food digesting in your stomach may 
interfere with you being able to get into REM sleep. REM is the 
deepest sleep, and it is here that your growth harmone is released, 
giving biochemical signals to your system to burn the fat stored in 
your body, and keep your muscle tissue lean and healthy throughout. 
Your body only "heals" during sleep, you need at least 8 hours of 
sleep per/night.

      Eat your first meal early in the morning, so that you will
be able to fit the other 3 or 4 meals into your schedule timing 
them accordingly throughout the day. Yes, breakfast is the most 
important meal of the day, followed by your post-workout meal in 
importance. Your post-workout meal should be consumed 30 minutes 
after you exercise, while your body is craving the replenishment 
of glycogen stores, which were depleted during exercise. Your 
pre-workout meal is the next most important meal, but be careful 
not to overeat on this one, and give yourself 1 to 2 hours of 
digestion before exercising.  If you miss a meal, plan ahead using 
a meal replacement protein bar or protein shake with a piece of 
fruit or vegetables. Try to get half of your food daily from fresh 
fruits and vegetables, cooking them depletes the rich nutrients. 
Be careful with fast food, the momentary convenience is not worth 
the excess fats, and absence of good nutrients.  

       To your body, digestion is considered work, and the more 
work you make your body perform, the more energy you burn, 
raising your metabolism while supplying the needed nutrition to 
get healthy and fit. Diets don't work; this is a lifestyle 
change for the better. If you want to give your digestion a 
rest, fast one day out of the month drinking only water and 
fruit/vegetable juices.

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