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http://www.fitfaq.com/muscle-building-guide.html Seems to be close, it doesn't have the correct percentages for carbs and fat though. Eat 5-6 healthy, balanced meals per day. Each meal should be approximately 30% protein, 30% fats, 40% carbs. Consume 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight every single day. Good protein sources include: eggs, ...


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Take a look at Livestrong, which has the five-meals-a-day limitation and percentages of protein/carbohydrates/fats (although not the same). There are also some references listed in that article that may be of use. While not asked, the main issue with this claim (and patent) will be 101 eligibility. It's almost certainly not patentable under this ground.


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I did a quick search with Searcher.io and a lot of good matches come up: 96.2 for http://www.google.com/patents/US5994295 (claim) 89.0 for http://www.google.com/patents/US6039989 (claim) 88.1 for http://www.google.com/patents/US5595772 (abstract) Just to name a few, and using only the claim posted to seed the search. Sorry I see this question only now! ...


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Yes, Therapeutic methods are patentable as long as there is no prior art disclosure of such method and has supported scientific data. Therapeutic methods are patentable only in few jurisdictions, US patent system allow therapeutic method claims but Indian and Swiss jurisdictions don't allow please check does your jurisdiction allows such patents.


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Patent protection is defined by claims, if your device is having all components of patented one then you will be infringing it. Now if patent is active in US then you cannot do said claimed activity in US. i doubt that personal use comes under bolar provisions. Even if you use personal design and not the drawing provided in patent and claims cover your ...


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