I had gone out with a few buddies this week and at dinner one of my friend's friend had said he was an nutritional science major. We got to talking and most of the stuff he was talking about was micro rather than macro. He referenced the word "holistic" in his approach toward nutrition and gave me this example:
If you were to feed a single cell fuel, you would never give it the foods we eat today. Things with allergins, toxins, processed, ect. He also went on to say how bad the meat we eat in America is. My question is if one was to switch to a more organic diet, do you think that the effects would spark more growth in muscle in the short term? He said most of the effects of the food are incurred in the long run, which is why most of us don't seem to care much about it.