In the Samurai era, the true martial warrior trained and fought - for real and if there wasn’t a battle going on somewhere, there were duels.

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zone ratio

optimal ratio protein to carbohydrate 0.75
i.e. 3 grams of protein for every 4 grams of carbohydrate

stick within the zone of 0.60 to 1.

fibre is good for lowering GI levels for carbohdrates.
but actually aint good for proteins, which reduces the digestibility of protein, hence lowering absorbtion of protein. thats why vegetable based protein generally have lower rate of absorbality compared to animal based proteins.
hence the use of isolated whey protein, which has the fibre stripped out. as a good source.


fast as the wind, quiet as the forest, aggressive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

- Samurai battle banner

food blocks

protein block = 7 grams
carbohydrate block = 9 grams
fat block = 1.5 grams

ratio 1:1:1
protein:carbohydrate = 7:9 = 0.77

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