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    DNP Diet

    Hey people,

    hopefully I should be doing a 2-3 week 200-400mg DNP cycle during my downtime from the gym in a couple weeks. I have always tried to low card before but this time I am going to use a completely different approach.

    Because of this post
    "Credit to Fonz for this info...

    Here's the proof as to WHY having a HIGH CARB intake while on DNP(if Kcal's are kept the same) is BETTER.
    Before I start, Stew, Macro, Cockedzl, Andy etc...

    THIS IS AN APPROXIMATION since all bodily processess
    are ineffective andtend to entropy.(become chaotic)

    Ok, Lets Use Bodybuilder 1 and Bodybuilder 2.
    Bodybuilder 1 eats 2000Kcal/day composed of 60% carbs,
    30% protein, 10% fat

    Bodybuilder 2 eats 2000Kcal/day composed of 40% fat/30%
    protein/ 30% carbs (Basically a zone-type diet)

    Now:
    Carbs convert to glucose with 100% efficiency
    Protein converts to glucose with 58% efficiency and the
    rest is ketones.
    Fat converts to glucose at 10% and the rest are ketones.
    Ketones btw=Fats
    DNP, btw BURNS DIETARY FAT BEFORE STORED FAT.
    REMEMBER that fact!!!!!

    So,
    Bodybuilder 1 produces the following by-products:
    60% carbs / 2000Kcal= 1200Kcal/4Kcal/g=300g glucose(carbs)
    30% protein/2000Kcal= 600Kcal/4Kcal/g=150g protein,
    *0.58%= 87g glucose and 63g ketones.
    10% Fat/ 2000Kcal= 200Kcal/9Kcal/g= 22.g * 0.1%= 0.2g
    glucose and 2g Ketones.

    So, total for bodybuilder 1:
    Total Glucose: 387.2g glucose
    Total Ketones: 65g Ketones

    Bodybuilder 2 produces the following by-products:
    30% carbs/ 2000Kcal= 600/4= 150g glucose
    30% protein/ 2000 Kcal = 600/4 = 150g protein * 0.58%= 87g
    glucose and 67g ketones
    40% Fat/ 2000Kcal = 800/9Kcal/g= 88.9g Fat = 8.9g glucose
    and 80g ketones.
    Total glucose: 245.9g glucose
    Total Ketones: 147g Ketones

    NOW, LETS COMPARE

    HIGHER CARB:
    Total glucose: 387.2g glucose
    Total Ketones: 65g Ketones

    HIGHER FAT:
    Total glucose: 245.9g lucose
    Total Ketones: 147g Ketones

    WHAT DOES DNP ULTIMATELY DO? Render the conversion of
    glucose to ATP into HEAT PRODUCTION.

    So, bodybuilder 1: Carbs= Heat
    Ketones= 65g*7Kcal/g= 455Kcal

    And, Bodybuilder 2: Carbs= Heat
    Ketones= 147g*7Kcal/g= 1017.5Kcal
    (Ketones btw=oxidized fatty acids that yield 7Kcal/gram)


    NOW, can you see the MASSIVE DIFFERENCE!!!!!!
    Bodybuilder1 WILL CREATE an EXTRA 562.5Kcal
    deficit just by macro-nutrient manipulation.
    Thats approx. 124% more calories dissipated than
    bodybuilder 2. That means MORE ADIPOSE TISSUE
    BURNT FOR FUEL.

    Therefore, following a high-carb diet while on DNP will increase
    adipose tissue burning through caloric dissipation.
    Godspeed"

    Basically it says to use lowfat because DNP burns dietary fat first.

    I plan to run 45% protein/45% carbs / 10 %fat
    200g of protein/200 carbs/ 30-40 grams of fat.

    1870cals - 1960cals everyday.

    3g of ALA everyday. I have stayed in ketosis before with 180 g of carbs a day @ 3-4 grams fo ALA. Would it be bad if I got into slight ketosis @ 200 grams of carbs a day on DNP?

    Let me know your thoughts. When I actually get the goods and I know this is happening I will post an exact diet.

    Bump for any experiences

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    diet looks goot, maybe a little less carbs, but that should work.

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    thanks, well I seem to stay in ketosis upto 180g of carbs ed. What would happen if I was in ketosis on DNP with such low fat (like non traditional CKD)?

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