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Indigo for Vegetarians?


#1

Yeah, I know people are going to look at me weirdly. No matter, I am used to it :slight_smile: I was wondering if there’s anyone here who uses Indigo on a vegetarian diet? I still get my daily dose of protein (mostly from protein powders and dairy), and fats from peanut butter and avocado. Lots of avocado. I’d think if I just upped my carbs like everyone else and ate from clean sources, I should also benefit from I3G.

Sorry about opening a new forum – I am actually eager to get started with this, and unfortunately, I am still not allowed to post regular comments. So had to opt for this route. Any feedback would be much appreciated!


#2

I don’t recall anyone by name who posts here actively who’s a vegetarian using <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G but I’m sure there are a few. Maybe they’ll see your post and de-lurk.

A don’t see a problem for a vegetarian using Indigo-3G, as long as there are no other gaping holes in his diet. And here are some tips for carbs: <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/strength-training-topics/1617"target=“new”>Indigo-3G Carb Guide

BTW, you may already be doing this, but based on the foods you mentioned, you probably need some saturated fats to keep your hormone levels up and running optimally. Coconut oil is a good choice since it’s saturated and plant based.