The Pre & Post Workout Meal Myth – MUST WATCH!

The Pre & Post Workout Meal Myth – MUST WATCH!

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about the pre and post-workout meal myth that’s right you heard me right it’s a myth now I know so many people have told you you need to eat before the workout or after to basically replace your glycogen Reserve or build more muscle mass so let’s talk about each one in depth number one what is the glycogen reserve you have a certain storage of sugar in your muscle so glycogen is the storage of sugar it’s in the liver it’s also in your muscles okay it’s not a lot if you were to work out it’s going to be tapped out in about a half hour okay and then after that you’re going to be burning fat so why in the heck would you ever want to eat anything sweet before during and after a workout right that doesn’t make sense because if the goal is to burn fat then we have to burn off the sugar before we get to the fat because that’s how the body works so everything after half hour is all sugar then after that is fat-burning okay so the other thing is that if you were going to eat high concentrated protein like whey protein the more concentrated that protein is the more it will also trigger insulin so a whole egg with fat has much less response for insulin than concentrated protein whey protein powder okay so every time you consume more concentrated protein you’re stimulating insulin what does insulin do it stops fat-burning completely so every time you’re doing the protein you’re actually raising insulin in fact every time you eat you stimulate insulin so why would you ever want to eat around your workout see the whole goal is to use exercise to stimulate metabolism to then tap into the fat reserves that you have and make your own fat the meal that you’re eating not the dietary meal so I recommend not eating anything before during and after a meal now the other point is you need to eat protein to build muscle mass now muscle mass that what you ate right before the workout or after it’s going to take at least 24 hours to be digested go through your liver and end up in your muscles okay sometimes longer so if you have this idea that that protein shake is really going to your muscles it’s not it’s being digested and it takes a long time for that to go into the muscles so you really don’t need protein around your workout to build muscle mass it’s the meal that you ate yesterday that’s going into the muscles not during or after the workout all right and also if your liver is overloaded with too much protein you won’t end up in your muscles so our bodies do really good with with the muscle building if that liver is healthy if you don’t overload it and you have all the trace minerals that help with the with the building of the muscle so what we want to do is we want to avoid insulin because insulin nullifies growth hormone so take a look at this when you exercise you induce a stress event that breaks down your muscles it burns up sugar in the muscles and then you’re going to eventually stop and then your body is going to recover during the recovery process is where your digestion is occurring where your body is building back up where it’s using fat so if you eat during this process you are going to slow down your benefits of weight loss and muscle building and there’s some exceptions I’ll get to that so the point is that the benefits of exercise actually occur 24 to 48 hours after you workout in the deep sleep so a much better strategy would be to focus on getting a better sleep and not eating anything before during and after a workout okay now the exception is if you’re an athlete the exception is if you workout twice a day and you’re a huge body builder the exception is if you’re doing marathon or long-distance running the exception is that let’s say you you’re a diabetic and you’re having massive blood sugar fluctuations okay I’m talking about the average person who’s trying to lose weight okay so in summary we we want to stimulate growth hormone growth hormone is the main fat burning hormone that’s activated by exercise when you eat any food for that matter especially high concentrated protein or sugar you’re going to in spike insulin insulin will then block growth hormone it’s a dominating hormone and you’ll notify growth hormone so therefore you don’t get the effects the muscle building you don’t get the facts of lean body mass okay it doesn’t burn fat so growth hormone is triggered by exercise sleep and hypoglycemia so we want to exercise to tap out our sugar reserves creating a lower hypo effect of our sugar hypoglycemia a fact not a bad hypoglycemic but just a lower blood sugar to keep this growth from when active so we can really benefit from that workout ok so I hope this tip helps and I just want you to get the truth about this topic right here so go ahead apply this and I will see your comments below

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Dr. Berg discusses the myth behind pre and post workout an exercise meals. You do not have to consume anything during this time. People think they need to replace their depleted glycogen reserve. The problem is doing this will then prevent fat burning. The purpose of exercise for most is to burn more fat and eating triggers insulin which prevents fat burning.
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Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.
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