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carbs - Yai r Nai?

Discussion in 'USA' started by floraGil, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. floraGil

    floraGil New Member

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    Hey guys!

    I've been reading here a lot and wanted to know from your experiance -
    Do you eat carbs?

    I know there are pros and cons, but still cant figure out the right food plan for me.

    thank you! :)
     
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  3. Trusylver

    Trusylver Super Moderator

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    I follow a strict keto way of eating, it is very effective, and there is a lot of modern science to support it, but the conversion period can be rough and you do need some good willpower in the first few weeks.
     
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  4. floraGil

    floraGil New Member

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    thank you for your replay -
    so basically you eat 30 g of carbs per day right?
    can you share your meal plan? I heard good stuff of the keto (paleo) but there are so much information so I don't know were to start....
     
  5. Trusylver

    Trusylver Super Moderator

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    when calculating your carb intake, do not count the carbs in any fibre you eat, aim to get the majority of your carbs from fresh highly nutritious vegetables.Remember fruit is often very high in sugar so fresh berries are a better option. Do not go out of your way to consume fats to replace the carbs you have cut, (Fat bombs are not needed) although fats are not your enemy they are high calorie and should be limited if your goal is to loose weight. It is important to get adequate protein.
     
  6. Fitlap

    Fitlap New Member

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    You do not need to avoid carbs. It's just important to choose the right ones that move slowly through your body. This will help to stabilize insuline level. Three nutrients differ in how quickly they supply energy and carbohydrates are the quickest.
     

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