In need of carbohydrate advice!

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  1. Re: In need of carbohydrate advice!


    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    You need cake after 2 weeks of only veggies , fat and prot...True Story.

    As for the real contribution to the thread...I think there's enough smart minds here to help out on this.

    Carbs at night, really beneficial or just harmless?
    I would say harmless. We do have this
    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21475137 which would suggest it MAY be beneficial for total fat loss and better satiety.

    High GI or low GI, for benefits in fat loss, Insulin sensitivity, extended lipolysis throughout the day?
    see Big Reds earlier post. When consumed in a meal the GI becomes irrelevant



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  2. Your best bet is to eat most of your carbs early and eat them with protien and some fat to better digest everything,karbolyn after a workout will do the body good.Stop eating anything about 2 hrs before bed time to keep bodyfat to a minimum.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by dabronx70 View Post
    Your best bet is to eat most of your carbs early and eat them with protien and some fat to better digest everything,karbolyn after a workout will do the body good.Stop eating anything about 2 hrs before bed time to keep bodyfat to a minimum.
    why would i directly gain fat by consuming within 2 hours of bed?
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  4. Never ment that you would put on fat but you dont want to consume to many calories before bed because of lack of activity during sleep.You have a better chance of storing the excess calories if you do.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by dabronx70 View Post
    Never ment that you would put on fat but you dont want to consume to many calories before bed because of lack of activity during sleep.You have a better chance of storing the excess calories if you do.
    I'd say it's more closely linked with the presence of insulin during times or rest when GH and IGF release is most significant. GH is blunted by insulin concentrations in the blood stream so it's best to be entering a state of fasting near bed time. Thats my perspective.

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    I'd say it's more closely linked with the presence of insulin during times or rest when GH and IGF release is most significant. GH is blunted by insulin concentrations in the blood stream so it's best to be entering a state of fasting near bed time. Thats my perspective.

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    Absolutely correct. Carbohydrates CAN be timed for optimum use and manipulation of the natural hormonal cascade at specific times per day in full accordance with your goals.
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