Carb Cycling - Digital E-Book Version
Everything you need to know about "Carb Cycling".
How to properly use Carbohydrates to Burn Fat, Build Muscle & Get Stronger.
They are the one nutrient that everyone loves but yet hates at the same time. If you’ve been around the fat loss diet industry for a while, you’ve likely heard by now that if there’s one thing you should be cutting out of your diet plan, carbs are it.
There’s no shortage of low carb diets out there and it seems everywhere everyone is rapidly tossing out their loaves of bread, their plates of pasta, and their boxes of cereal, all while replacing these foods with protein or fat rich choices instead. Likewise, if you walk down the aisles of any major supermarket, you’re going to find that you’re quickly met with hundreds of different ‘low carb’ options that are now on the shelves.
Low carb bread, low carb brownies, low carb candies, low carb pasta, low carb energy bars .– you want it, you can probably get it in low carb. Food manufacturers are not sitting by in ignorance at the fact that most people are shunning carbs from their dietary regimes and are quickly replacing their former carb rich products with low carb varieties that they hope will keep people shopping for their brand. How this low carb bandwagon initially started would be hard difficult to pinpoint, but you can definitely be certain that one diet plan that had a very large impact was the creation of the Atkins diet plan.
This plan virtually gave everyone permission to eat protein and fat rich foods to their hearts content. Steak, eggs, bacon, cream, sausage – if it was low carb, it was allowed. There were no other restrictions with the diet plan except for the fact that it had to have a very low total carb count and many people rejoiced as they started adding many of the foods they initially thought were too high in cholesterol and calories back into their plan.
Then they started losing weight. Some lost more than others, but it appeared as though there was something to this ‘low carb business’.
And so it began. From the Atkins diet plan, hundreds of other variations came out that all reduced the carbohydrate content of the diet to help promote faster weight loss in all those who were frustrated with feeling hungry, deprived, and completely disgusted with their lack of progress.
But, are carbohydrates really to blame? Are they the big evil we’re making them out to be? The problem is that most people don’t have a very good handle on what benefits carbs provide in the diet, what reducing them will do to you, and whether or not this is actually the effective dietary strategy that you think it is.
That’s why we’re going to set the record straight. Once and for all, I’m going to share with you the truth about carbs.
You’re going to learn what this nutrient is all about, why you don’t necessarily have to completely cut it out from your diet to see results, and why in some cases, low carb diets can do you more harm than good.
After you’re finished reading through this manual you’re going to have a very good idea of what the carbohydrate is all about and how you should go about tailoring your diet plan to accommodate this new information presented.
You’ll no longer feel lost and confused as you go about your diet plan, wondering which carbs, if any, are okay to eat and how to go about adding them to your meals. You’ll have clear cut answers that allow you to know with confidence that you’re doing everything right.
So if you’re ready to uncover the facts that have been missing and set this record straight, let’s begin.