First I want to say I looking at this as a pure fatloss standpoint, with lots of light areobics and 1 carb depletion workout per week.
I just started a CKD diet, and it will be second run the last one being a year ago. Here is what I plan.
First the basics:
1. carb depletion workouts; followed by 24-48hr carb loading(by body weight)
2. (days not on carb loading):60-70% fat and 30-40% protein; getting in 35-50g fiber
These are just the basics as I understand them
So basically you want to run a cyclical cycle of slowly decreasing caloric intake from the day after the carb load ends up to the day before it starts. Lets base this on a 2000 calorie diet,running 70% fat/30%protein,and 48hr carb load, just for numbers sake.
1st day after carb load: 156g fat--150g protein 35-50g fiber
2nd day: 140g fat--135g protein and 35-50g fiber
3rd day: 126g fat--121g protein and 35-50g fiber
4th day: 113g fat--108g protein and 35-50g fiber
5th day: 102g fat--98g protein and 35-50g fiber
6th-7th day: carb load
So basically from day 1-5 your going from a 2000 calories on day 1 down to 1310 calories by day 5, right before your carb load. Should this be done like I outlined above or done so by a week by week decrease;
week 1: 2000cals
week 2. 1800cals
week 3: 1600cals
week 4: obvious till your body reaches its limits and fatloss can be maximal.
All what im trying to accomplish here is get the body to burn the fat I intake, but also burn stored fat at the highest rate possible.