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0:15 Do you need to spike insulin to gain muscle loss?
1:02 Serious mass
1:40 What to do to help gain muscle mass
4:38 A few things that can slow down muscle gain
In this video, we’re going to talk about intermittent fasting and muscle mass. Can you gain muscle while fasting? Let’s say you want the benefits of intermittent fasting, but you also want to gain muscle, how can you do that? Well, there are several factors in play here.
Sometimes people think they need to spike insulin to gain muscle mass. They load up on carbs because carbs trigger insulin, and insulin is an anabolic hormone. But, when you stimulate insulin too much, you create insulin resistance. If you have insulin resistance, you can’t absorb protein or amino acids that well.
What to do to help gain muscle mass:
1. Do 2 meals a day (do intermittent fasting for at least 16 hours)
2. Get enough exercise
3. Don’t go over 50g of carbs (if you’re younger, you may be able to go up to 70g)
4. Consume 6-8 oz. of complete protein per meal (egg and fish are good)
5. Get your nutrients (calcium, B vitamins, magnesium, vitamin D, potassium)
A few things that can slow down muscle gain or cause muscle loss:
2. Long fasts (72 hours)
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Thanks for watching! These are the factors that can help you maintain muscle mass or even help you experience muscle gain while doing intermittent fasting.