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  • in reply to: Sleep getting worse… #11984
    7asssa7
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    Dutchie, so you are going against what Matt Stone is preaching pretty much ?

    in reply to: Sleep problems? High cortisol to blame? #11952
    7asssa7
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    Rob, dont even know how to thank you for helping me.
    It gets worth in the morning. I wake up quite warm and when I drink and eat, bam I am quite cold, chills running down the spine, hands dead cold:(

    What else should I do to fix that problem of mine? I tend to have something like 700 kcal on breakfast with majority coming from carbs, fat and some protein

    in reply to: Sleep problems? High cortisol to blame? #11891
    7asssa7
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    Thanks for your reply, Rob. Your response is so helpful. Are there any other ways to correct that problem of mine? What else could help?

    When I suddenly wake up at 4 am, my body feels very hot and I feel hot. But what happens in 30-45 minutes is that I start getting cold hands, feet and low blood pressure.

    I am quite desperate as something is very wrong with me

    in reply to: Dietary fat? How much of total calorie intake #11790
    7asssa7
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    I have also read some articles that high carbhoydrate intake is linked to Adrenal Stress and adrenal fatigue. High carbohydrate intake is also said to increase cortisol much more than high fat and high protein. Any truth to that?

    in reply to: Dietary fat? How much of total calorie intake #11789
    7asssa7
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    Thanks again for your informative posts and recommendations/links.

    Although Matt identifies carbohydrates as the most metabolically raising and stimulating, do you not find that fats especially saturated are better at increasing body temperature and well being?

    The other issue is that if one eats a lot of fat in a surplus, it is more likely to be stored as adipose tissue. Eating high fat also cause Insulin Resistance.

    in reply to: Dietary fat? How much of total calorie intake #11752
    7asssa7
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    Thanks for your replies. But still the majority of calories should come from Carbohydrates, am I correct? Is there any ratio in relation to carbohydrates vs fats.

    In caloric excess, dietary fat is easier stored as fat than carbs, but fats seem to help hormonal production in the body

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