Carbs carbs carbs carbs and less carbs or more carbs.

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post

    What?!?! This is something I struggle with (carb craving) so how do I not know about this connection. Got any links to some reading on this?
    Yeah, I'll get some up. Most of them on being an anti-depressant, anxiety & better sleep.

    When I'm relaxed and feeling good, food is furthest from my mind.
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  2. i personallygonna say 2000-2100 calories at 210lbs and lifting hard is th reason u feel tired and lethargic..........sorry if this advice is late lol

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Eddinho08 View Post
    As the title says this is about carbsssss!!. So a quick question, can low carbing for too long affect fat loss?. I've been carb cycling for over 8 months, and usually stay at about 150g per day and refeeds were 300-400g. (keep in mind this is the average amount, I did vary and have 0 carbs at times).
    Reason?.. Because I was trying to lean out, but situations arose where it set me back on my diet.
    (broke college student for example).
    At the moment, I switched to keto at 2000-2100cal
    Carb/protein/fat- 25g/175g/133g- 26g/183g/140g
    I'm at 201lbs and I'm 5'9"
    let me ask you this question..why did you get fat in the first place, what were you eating?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Oh how I love a good carb discussion thread

    I haven't read all the post yet. Will post later
    Off topic but slightly not

    http://www.pbrc.edu/research-and-fac...ulators/sswcp/

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Interesting. Wonder what research they are basing this model off of. Not sure if it will be any better than the typical +/-3500kcal/wk model we currently use because although that model has its flaws it still gives us a pretty good idea of where calories should roughly be for gaining or loosing weight
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates

  6. Quote Originally Posted by vassille View Post

    let me ask you this question..why did you get fat in the first place, what were you eating?
    Whoever said I was fat?. Lol. Last I measured at 201 I was at 10% bf

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Eddinho08 View Post
    Whoever said I was fat?. Lol. Last I measured at 201 I was at 10% bf
    ok lol, leaning out is a loose term what's your goal 5%, 9% or something in between because as you get leaner it gets much harder to get there...

  8. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Interesting. Wonder what research they are basing this model off of. Not sure if it will be any better than the typical +/-3500kcal/wk model we currently use because although that model has its flaws it still gives us a pretty good idea of where calories should roughly be for gaining or loosing weight
    Yeah, I thought i'd give it a run for a bit alongside my own +/-3500kcal method and "see" which one is the most accurate.

  9. Honestly though, screw keto, screw low carbing... Carb cycling is where it's at, brothers

  10. Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post
    Honestly though, screw keto, screw low carbing... Carb cycling is where it's at, brothers
    Define carb cycling
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post

    Define carb cycling
    I mean having high and low carb / calorie days, some people like to decrease their fat / protein as they increase their carbs..
    Weight loss will obviously take longer than the other two methods but as long as you're not competing you might as well cut slower, you'll retain more strength + lbm

    If any of you guys have issues with this I'd love to hear it, you're already on a roll and I enjoy learning from people like yourselves.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post

    I mean having high and low carb / calorie days, some people like to decrease their fat / protein as they increase their carbs..
    Weight loss will obviously take longer than the other two methods but as long as you're not competing you might as well cut slower, you'll retain more strength + lbm

    If any of you guys have issues with this I'd love to hear it, you're already on a roll and I enjoy learning from people like yourselves.
    I was jw bc it's sometimes a pretty broad term, as you know.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post

    I was jw bc it's sometimes a pretty broad term, as you know.
    Oh yeah no worries brother, I was just hoping to hear what you guys thought about it
  

  
 

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