Note: Miss Part 1? You can find it HERE.

T-Nation: Okay, you guys gave us a lot to think about in Part I. Next topic: For competitive athletes, how do you feel about a long term low-carb approach?

T-Nation: Interesting. What's your take, Dave?

Dave Barr:

T-Nation: What say you, Miss Forsythe?

Cassandra Forsythe:

T-Nation: Bold statements! Let's let Joel chime in.

Joel Marion:

T-Nation: What do you think, Danny?

Dan John:

T-Nation: Okay, I'd like to hear all of your opinions on post-workout (PWO) nutrition. Charles, I know that you've advocated the use of glutamine among other things in PWO period, while Dave has spoken out against glutamine. There's also the debate about ketosis, which as Joel pointed out, may not be necessary at all to make progress. What are your thoughts on PWO nutrition for someone utilizing a low-carb approach?

Dave Barr:

Charles Poliquin:

Cassandra Forsythe:

Dan John:

T-Nation: Dan always keeps us practical! What's your take, Joel?

Joel Marion:

T-Nation: Okay, some of you prefer a cyclical approach when it comes to carbs. I'd like to hear all of your thoughts on any aspect of cycling carb intake.

Charles Poliquin:

Cassandra Forsythe:

Dave Barr:

Dan John:

Joel Marion:

T-Nation: Wow, lots of things to think about here! Any closing thoughts?

Dave Barr:

Charles Poliquin:

Can you name this nutrition guru?

Cassandra Forsythe:

Dan John:

Joel Marion:

T-Nation: Thanks for the discussion everyone. Let the debates begin!