- Oct 3, 2016
That's because protein takes more energy to digest. And assuming you are in a caloric deficit the high protein will help protect you from muscle loss. Science backs you up.
But you still have a ways to go if you want to catch Michael Phelps (training for the Olympics) at 12000 Calories a day, 4000 Calories for breakfast.
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I don't understand how he wouldn't get distended gut with that amount of volume?.....How can his stomach stretch to accommodate such volume at one time and not develop distended gut syndrome?....