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Old 01-25-2012, 12:54 PM   #1
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between the preconditioning and beige menu? I'm new to this and i'm kinda like trying to figure this out on my own. I would be greatful for any help and advice.

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Not much. On the beige menu (same one I'm on), you can only have certain proteins 2x per week where on pre-conditioning, you could have those proteins anytime.

Also, on pre-conditioning, I remember that portions weren't an issue, but they are on the beige menu.
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Not much. On the beige menu (same one I'm on), you can only have certain proteins 2x per week where on pre-conditioning, you could have those proteins anytime.

Also, on pre-conditioning, I remember that portions weren't an issue, but they are on the beige menu.
Also on preconditioning, you could eat every "food group" at every meal. The preconditioning menu is more of a list of foods you can choose from while "detoxing" from caffeine, alcohol, and refined sugars/carbs. It's not really a meal plan.

The beige menu (or any menu, for that matter), tells you what groups you can choose from for each meal, and what portion sizes to eat. For example, you need to eat protein & starch for breakfast, but no fruit; protein, veggie, and fruit for lunch, but no starch.
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