How can i compensate a period of 5 hours without eating

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How can i compensate a period of 5 hours without eating

#1 Postby Valkyria » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:20 pm

Hi!
I'm new on the forum,and i need help with this

i used to work out and then i quit because i've got a job that filled my time,and then i started loosing all my gains,with that i lost all my motivation.the problem is that i should be eating to every 3 or 2 hours and i cannot do that while im working,its a part time job so i cant eat for at least five hours,i haven't got the right to have breaks from it.besides its takes a lot of me.

so my question is,how can i compensate that void in my diet?
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Re: How can i compensate a period of 5 hours without eating

#2 Postby vegansludge » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:21 am

Valkyria wrote:Hi!
I'm new on the forum,and i need help with this

i used to work out and then i quit because i've got a job that filled my time,and then i started loosing all my gains,with that i lost all my motivation.the problem is that i should be eating to every 3 or 2 hours and i cannot do that while im working,its a part time job so i cant eat for at least five hours,i haven't got the right to have breaks from it.besides its takes a lot of me.

so my question is,how can i compensate that void in my diet?


According to who and why do you think this?

http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/resear ... eview.html
http://www.t-nation.com/readArticle.do?id=4957087
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