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    I hate carbs. Thank you Anabolic Diet.


    Being on the Anabolic Diet has made me realize how truly villainous carbohydrates are for my body. It is unbelievable how lazy and dead I feel during my carb-up. Now I know why people say that they cannot wait one more second to get back to the AD diet plan. I love protein and fat. I will never eat differently.

    Can anybody suggest a successful carb up routine for me that won't make me feel disgusting? Should I just eat turkey and sweet potatoes/rice all day next time? I think this weekend I had myself one too many PBJ's.

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    I like using 1 pslin and 1 gbol with 150g of carbs for breakfast. Then same dosing for post workout. Then 1 more carb meal after that then I start back to the protein fat. Works well. I try and do low glycemic pre and high gly post and low post post.

    Carb intake looks like this for me...

    175 pre workout. 100 post 50 post post
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    Also wehen I carb up I don't have any fat with the meals with carbs in it just because fat decreases glycemic index and absorbtion time to the small intestin
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    Sounds like a huge departure from Pasquale's suggestions. You still find that such a low level of carbohydrates saturates your glycogen stores.. or are you playing it safe and not allowing any chance for fat spillover?

    I use AST's R-ALA 200mg with each carb meal.. makes my muscles feel ridiculously full. Is Glycobol worth the 60?
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    I really enjoy glycobol. But I'm also a rep! But use what works for you. insuleank is pretty decent but doesn't pack that punch!

    I try and keep it so that I don't spill over but I do think I can have more carbs. I keep increasing it as the weeks go on
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    same with me! The AD showed me how carb dependent our society has come to be when it is totally unneccessary. Try easing off simple carbs as that tends to happen to me when I indulge in chocolate or something. Someone else also told me to still monitor your fat like mentioned above. I usually try to keep any dirty foods to a short period of the day as a treat.
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    i love carbs.


    especially pancakes with strawberries and whipcream and brownies
    For me, the action IS the juice.
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    you forgot the blueberries
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    Every so oftern ill hit up ihop for the whole wheat pancakes and a big steak omlete with home fries
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    haha yea i find myself dreaming of carbs on friday... I'll go to the store and buy some bad **** (blueberry muffins, brownies...chocolate dipped double decker pbj) and save it for the next day but I basically drool the entire night thinking about it. Then..I finally eat it and feel like garbage. I swear next weekend will be rice and sweet potatoes only. Any way to get some glycobol samples?
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    That's kinda like skips ****load I guess?
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    yea cramming in the good stuff is what kills us on the weekend .. Yea I mean I still let myself eat some **** but try to keep it majority clean, you deserve a little sweet **** on the carb load just not heaps load lol
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    i'm adding slimxtreme to the mix tomorrow so and i'll be keeping a log so should be interesting. possibly leanfx stacked or just leanfx if it turns out i dont like the whole stim thing. green tea is really what i'm used to and enjoy. I'm going to follow crazyfool's suggestions with the carb up.

    thanks a lot, all.
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    its definetly pretty freaking awesome!! thanks for takin the time to listen.
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    What is your typical carb up that makes you feel like crap? I ususally go overboard on sweets and feel bad. I try to spread it out evenly like any other day. When I gorge at breakfast, then pound a ton of carbs later at each meal = fat slob syndrome for me. Me and the wife have actually been walking to breakfast on sat to a couple small restaurants that are a mile or 2 from our house. Chow down, then walk back. It helps with breakfast but then I say screw it as the day goes on and end up eating ice cream, cookies, crackers, whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngandfree View Post
    I ususally go overboard on sweets and feel bad. I try to spread it out evenly like any other day. When I gorge at breakfast, then pound a ton of carbs later at each meal = fat slob syndrome for me. Me and the wife have actually been walking to breakfast on sat to a couple small restaurants that are a mile or 2 from our house. Chow down, then walk back. It helps with breakfast but then I say screw it as the day goes on and end up eating ice cream, cookies, crackers, whatever.
    I do the same thing pretty much. All week long my diet stays flawless then I eat all the forbidden foods on my carb up days (weekend). I do for the most part stay within caloric total limits but the macro breakdown isnt the best. My fiance loves making brownies and cookies and pushing ice cream on me during the weekends and its tough to resist.
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    yea, whats the best macro setup for the weekend carb ups? I think pasquale's fat recommendation is a bit higher than my fat kid metabolism can handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clr18287 View Post
    haha yea i find myself dreaming of carbs on friday... I'll go to the store and buy some bad **** (blueberry muffins, brownies...chocolate dipped double decker pbj) and save it for the next day but I basically drool the entire night thinking about it. Then..I finally eat it and feel like garbage. I swear next weekend will be rice and sweet potatoes only. Any way to get some glycobol samples?
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    the ideal macro matchup is 70/15/15 C/F/P

    example : i usually do 5-600 carbs/ 45 g fat / 110 or so g protein ( you dont need as much protein on the carb up days.

    high GI carbs for first 24 hours, and if you need 2 days to do a full refeed, the second 24 hours you want to do low GI carbs and less fat.
    For me, the action IS the juice.
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    I don't really agree with that high gi first 24 hours. Your bodys glycogen stores fill up as the day goes by. And post workout I'd say slam 100-150g waxy for great supersompensation keep it clean tho. Not overly clean but definetly don't go overboard! I keep protien the same and lower my fat to as low as I can. Mainly because while doing this its very anabolic as well and can really help bring up weaker body parts so protein is still important. It doesn't have to be the 300g u get everyday but atleast ur bodyweight
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    So explain to me, if you guys are eating basically no carbs then how can you fit a balanced diet between just protein and fats? Vegetables and fruits that are a natural source of antioxidants/vitamins/etc are all carbohydrates. Much of my diet consists of fruits and vegetables and I dont feel as good without them. Not knocking on anyone's diet, but isnt it unnatural to cut out all those nutrients because they are carbs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    So explain to me, if you guys are eating basically no carbs then how can you fit a balanced diet between just protein and fats? Vegetables and fruits that are a natural source of antioxidants/vitamins/etc are all carbohydrates. Much of my diet consists of fruits and vegetables and I dont feel as good without them. Not knocking on anyone's diet, but isnt it unnatural to cut out all those nutrients because they are carbs?
    well supplements are used to "supplemnent" ones diet

    Berry greens, or juice plus, Greens+ , even a very good multi can cover most bases if not all and i personally dont eat fruit im not a fan if i do its only in the morning. veggies im not a fan of either but if they are around and made ill eat them, but not while i diet.

    on any keto diet veggies are allowed just certain ones, sugar is our main concern.
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    I think id die without my daily chocolate milk. Lol
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    As long as I don't go over my daily calories and keep fat very low, does it really matter about being exactly 70% carbs? can I eye ball it and go mostly simple carb with a bit of protein?

    Btw does the low carb diet keep u consistently loosing weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    I don't really agree with that high gi first 24 hours. Your bodys glycogen stores fill up as the day goes by. And post workout I'd say slam 100-150g waxy for great supersompensation keep it clean tho. Not overly clean but definetly don't go overboard! I keep protien the same and lower my fat to as low as I can. Mainly because while doing this its very anabolic as well and can really help bring up weaker body parts so protein is still important. It doesn't have to be the 300g u get everyday but atleast ur bodyweight

    read lyles take on it. he suggests that your body creates glycogen at a more rapid pace during the first 24 hours of the refeed. i can attest that i feel amazing after a day of mainly high GI stuff, then add in a couple servings of noodles throughout the day. alot better than my first refeed where i ate qdoba with all those beans and stuff.

    i guess it depends on the individual. all im saying is thats how the man laid it out, and i got good results from it ( only gained 2.5lbs off my sugary refeed, as opposed to 6lbs on my starchy refeed)
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    dude i love carbs. when i eat super high carb on one meal, my muscle feels super hard and full and i have so much energy!!! plus my veins are freaking crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    read lyles take on it. he suggests that your body creates glycogen at a more rapid pace during the first 24 hours of the refeed. i can attest that i feel amazing after a day of mainly high GI stuff, then add in a couple servings of noodles throughout the day. alot better than my first refeed where i ate qdoba with all those beans and stuff.

    i guess it depends on the individual. all im saying is thats how the man laid it out, and i got good results from it ( only gained 2.5lbs off my sugary refeed, as opposed to 6lbs on my starchy refeed)
    i know lyles take up on it, i just dont agree with all high GI foods. that **** puts me to bed faster then a xanax bar bro. ill only do waxy post workout..... but it also depends how you do it i guess if you do full body depletion workout the day of carb up with a little power bar pre workout i can see how itll work better. but i dont do it that way, and ive had good results soo far. i mean dont get me wrong i get the cravings but im at the point in my diet where im extending the keto part instead of cutting out the cheat/refeed.

    i also dont do 36 hours of refeeding! and stop all carbs before night time.

    each week i increase my carbs until i feel like i spill over. and the next day i run in the morn sweat some out and it feels great.
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    personally i refeed about 17 hrs. i wake up at 6 30 am, do a depletion workout, then i eat till about 11pm that night.

    id feel pretty gross if i did more than 1 day of that
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    Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    personally i refeed about 17 hrs. i wake up at 6 30 am, do a depletion workout, then i eat till about 11pm that night.

    id feel pretty gross if i did more than 1 day of that
    yea well also after dieting keto for 13 weeks my bodys responce to carb intake is...... bloating gas horrible distended stomach and next day bathroom runs like all day.

    my refeed is pretty simple, i dont do depletion workout , i get around 8 workouts in before each refeed, im depleted enough...

    meal 1 is a mix of maple brown sugar cream of wheat and regular cream of wheat, equating around 110g carbs. then a big bowl or regular cheerios (bout 2 cups maybe a lil more) and a protein shake as the milk.

    comes out to around 160-175 g carbs. then ill head to the gym for a workout of the body part i need most work on. then 45 min cardio then 2 servings of dark matter, then 2 hours later either brown rice, whole wheat bread, or sweet potato or mix of 2 of the above with some chicken, then i continue with protein and fat rest of the day.

    i use gbol and pslin and the fat burner i made on custom capsule that has gdas in it. so im pretty pumped. as i get leaner i add in another meal of carbs.
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    I always tell myself Ill eat clean on my carb ups but every saturday I pig out and feel like ****. Never fails. I then commence to punish myself Mon-Fri and I feel lean and mean, then I repeat, I cant help it, Carbs are addicting
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    A near zero carb diet is catabolic to muscles. Also, having the body produce its glucose mainly from fats produces ketones, too much of which are bad for you. Carbs are GOOD - you don't have to eat a ton of pasta at once, and then conclude that carbs are bad because you feel rotten afterward. Everything in balance and moderation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philec48 View Post
    A near zero carb diet is catabolic to muscles. Also, having the body produce its glucose mainly from fats produces ketones, too much of which are bad for you. Carbs are GOOD - you don't have to eat a ton of pasta at once, and then conclude that carbs are bad because you feel rotten afterward. Everything in balance and moderation.
    I agree somewhat. But with this diet you include 2 carb-up days. So in essence you take advantage of a near keto state for 5/7 days and the glyco load for 2/7 days. Its cyclical. Obviously I wouldnt keep this diet on a bulk. But it is very efficient on a cut. Im saying this from my personal experience. Though anectdotal, it has been superior to everything Ive tried so far.
    down from 239 to 210 with no loss of strength. Bodyfat from 17-12. Im happy with it.
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    U don't think u ever really achieve ketosis on this diet with 2 carb up days. Remember when muscle glycogen depletes is when when ur body wikl start to produce the ketones. After 2 days carbs it'll take at least 3-5 days to get back into ketosis depending on hpw much u eat. Plus. The metaboilism shift is going to have u burn more aminos for energy during the switch from glucose to ketones. And essentially bc of the short amount of time spent in that no carb state ur not really going to be doin very well I'd rather see a 2 day carb up after 8-10days.
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    I think the best keto diet is modified from dave palumbos philosify mixing in some of dan duchaines princibles and maybe skips loading every soo often!
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    This is how it works out for me:
    Please feel free to critique (Note that im in a calorie deficit all days except Sat and Sun and those carb ups are at maintnance calories)
    What I like to do is move my heavy compound lifting days right after the carb ups. I use HIIT(at least 30 minutes its pretty intense cardio) cardio these days (Mon & Tues) And Ill incorporate some HIIT around Wed to glycogen deplete. Ill maintain LISS cardio the rest of the week (cardio everyday) I usually enter into a near keto state (its funny, i can usually taste it literally in my saliva) around Wednesday night. I intentionally lower my calories about 500 more (already in deficit at this point) cal a day by this point, until Saturday. It has been working well for me.
    I do notice large flucuations in weight through the week. I have to mentally prepare for the flucuations I go through feeling fat and full to looking ripped and vascular. The net result so far has been great fat burning while actually making slow gains. Im sure I could lose weight faster but at the expense of muscle. Its been a learning experience. My goal is 9-10 percent BF and im close. I can good ab seperation when flexed, but Im wanting that look when relaxed and I want the belly button ridge.

    I agree with skipping carb ups once in a while if your goal is purely fat oxidation but the carb ups help immensely with maintaining muscle mass. As im preparing for a beach vacation in about 4 weeks, im going to get pretty militant with my carb ups probably limiting my self to 1-2 carbup meals every 8-10 days like you suggest.

    I notice when Im in ketosis and I lower my calories my weight drops fast, part of that is water weight, but I feel like a fat burning machine. Its not a state I like to stay in very long, but I see the benefit of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    maybe skips loading every soo often!

    Maybe?!?!? Every Saturday and Sunday

    It workd great for me. I did 4 weeks of that around febuary and I actually gained LBM! I started at like 201 and ended at about 205lbs with a slimmer waist.

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    Yea my metabolism isn't for it but with skip loading there's also a depletion workout that helps much more however I don't do depletion workouts. I work around my weak muscle groups. Ill do a **** load day. But I always try and limit fats. Maybe I wont
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    Yea my metabolism isn't for it but with skip loading there's also a depletion workout that helps much more however I don't do depletion workouts. I work around my weak muscle groups. Ill do a **** load day. But I always try and limit fats. Maybe I wont
    Yea I was always doing a depletion workout every friday evening. The skip load works very well with the college lifestlye.
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    depletion workouts are very hard for me to do!

    cant figure out what it is but i always get dizzy and nauseas doing them.

    even if i have a little bit of carbs before i do them

    how many sets of each exercise do you do and how do you work your workout before that full body one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    depletion workouts are very hard for me to do!

    cant figure out what it is but i always get dizzy and nauseas doing them.

    even if i have a little bit of carbs before i do them

    how many sets of each exercise do you do and how do you work your workout before that full body one?
    I was getting the same way as you doing a routine outlined by Lyle I think it was.

    I would hit Chest/Back/Shoulders on Monday....Tuesday was legs and arms....wed n thur were cardio then depletion.

    I did about 20 exercises total and usually 2 exercises. The pump I got was huge pump that usually stayed until sunday. If you want I can find my workout and PM it to you?
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