thanks, i like to stay away from soy. but i came across a hemp protein powder, are they all gimmick for people that just don't want to lift, and professionals or is it worth supplementing with protein .
i never stop eating, so ye i must have a fast metabolism or some thing.
im also finding this interval fasting thing interesting. I'm no expert but could a fast metabolism be cased by eating to much for to long, I thought it was a bad thing when it comes to lifting ?
Nothing wrong with soy, if you can find organic/non-gmo. Anyhow, I've always found myself leaner when taking in a good amount of protein. So, no, protein powders aren't really a gimmick. Some people think so, such as those on the 80/10/10 diet. But they are of a different breed.
As far as interval fasting, I'm guessing you mean only eating in a short window of time each day, and then eating as much as possible, or whatever you want. I've never tried that. I've always been happier when consuming six smaller meals per day, which keeps my metabolism humming along. I wouldn't recommend you toying with fasting. I don't remember how old you are, exactly, but you might have considerable growing left to do, and I wouldn't want you to mess that up just by trying something out.
Fast metabolism for you is predominantly due to your age. For you, given your age, you could probably consume everything under the sun, and as long as you are lifting regularly, and heavy and hard each time, you'll do nothing but build muscle. I wish I had known that when I was your age. I'd be a hell of a lot bigger now. People can alter their metabolism by exercising. The more exercise, the more active the metabolism. The more muscle, the more calories required to maintain that muscle, and fuel activity.