Eat LOTS of Carbs and NEVER Store them as Fat

Eat LOTS of Carbs and NEVER Store them as Fat

To lower your chance of storing calories as carbs, you should consume fewer carbs. To keep fewer calories as carbohydrates, you should consume fewer carbs, vitamins, and minerals. If you are a very active athlete or have a physically demanding job, you may need more carbohydrates than someone who’s sedentary. The best way to figure out how many carbs you need is to track what you eat and your daily activity levels. You can use an online food tracking app or app to monitor your daily nutrition intake. You can also use a journal to track what you eat daily.

What Are Carbs?

Your body uses carbohydrates as a primary source of energy. Carbs are a type of macronutrient that humans need to survive. They are found in many foods, including grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables. Carbs are one of three macronutrients and proteins, and fat found in food. These nutrients are broken down during digestion, absorbed into the bloodstream, and used by the body for energy. Carbohydrates are made up of two types of nutrients: simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates include sugars found naturally in foods like fruits and milk or added sugars like table sugar. Complex carbohydrates include foods like starchy vegetables, beans, and whole grains.

Why is it essential to store calories as carbs instead of fat?

A high-fat, low-carb diet can lead to the accumulation of excess body fat. But when you consume more carbs and fewer fats, you store extra calories as glycogen – a type of carbohydrate stored in the liver and muscles. Storing calories as glycogen is a great way to prevent excess body fat accumulation and improve your health. If you consume lots of carbs and very few fats, your body will convert extra calories into glycogen and store them in the muscles and liver. This is good because you don’t want to keep them as body fat. But there’s one more thing you need to know: when you carb-load, you’re encouraging your body to store excess calories as glycogen. So if you want to maximize fat loss, you’ll want to minimize carb intake.

What You Should Know About Storing Calories as Carbs

Carbohydrates are an essential source of energy for physical performance. But your body can use protein and fat for energy as well. You can store excess carbs as glycogen in the muscles or liver. Excess glycogen is also converted into glucose, held in the liver. Keeping calories as glycogen help prevent excess body fat accumulation. When your body stores calories as glycogen. Carbohydr, when you carb-loads, are also stored as fat. While it is much less likely, it can happen if you consume too many carbs.

Over the years, I’ve been fortunate enough to spend quality time around many people who have competed in fitness modeling or bodybuilding competitions.

These are people whose JOB it is to get and stay at single-digit bodyfat levels.

I’ve noticed one thing in particular that all of these physique competitors have in common.

They ALL use carbohydrate “manipulation” as one of the leading nutrition factors that they focus on to get seriously lean. Carb manipulation means cycling carbs strategically on a daily or weekly basis.

And there’s no reason you can’t do the same thing, too!

But first, you need to realize that carbs are not necessarily the enemy all the time. They can be your best fat-burning friends – IF you use them strategically.

So if you want to control fat loss once and for all and learn how it’s possible to “mimic” the fitness pros who sport six-pack abs and supermodels who keep their tummies flat, you must understand the pros and cons of carb intake.

Trust me; it can be a love-hate relationship.

The Pros of Carbs

  1. Carbs are muscle-sparing. In other words, they preserve and prevent the breakdown of lean calorie-burning muscle tissue.
  2. They provide energy to the brain and the body.
  3. They help spark our metabolism and keep it elevated to prevent metabolic slowdown and keep fat-burning hormones at optimal levels.
  4. They fuel vitally critical metabolic processes in the body that can help us exercise harder and recover faster.
  5. They stimulate insulin, which leads to a very anabolic/muscle-building environment (this is a catch-22, as you’ll read in a second).

The Cons of Carbs

  1. Carbs spike insulin levels and elevate blood sugar. It’s almost impossible to burn body fat in the presence of high insulin levels (hence – the catch-22 above)
  2. Consuming too many carbs over lengthy periods can lead to fat spillovers (see chart below), leading to excess fat storage. Think obesity, heart disease, diabetes, etc.
  3. Carbs (mainly processed carbs) are the most abused nutrient from a health and fat loss perspective.
  4. Excess carb intake creates a lot of water retention, which leads to a soft look as it makes you look and feel bloated.
  5. Processed carbs hide nasty fillers and chemicals that can potentially lead to severe health challenges. We call these obesity additives.

Additionally, grain-based processed carbs such as cereal, bread, and most pasta in “anti-nutrients” and gluten can block fat loss and potentially lead to various diseases and internal inflammation.

Now you can see why people think you can just cut out carbs to lose weight.

There’s a lot more to it because we need carbs to stay healthy and keep o, keeps happy and burn f, at.

Additionally, low-carb diets only work for 5 to 7 days at a time before your thyroid and leptin levels react negatively to slow metabolic rate and suppress fat-burning hormones.

Now you can see the crux of carb intake. It can be a double-edged sword.

That’s why you gotta get “sneaky” and cycle your carb intake to maximize your health and long term fat-loss. And that is exactly what my buddy Shaun Hadsall shows you how to do in his 4 Cycle Fat-Loss Carb Cycling System.

You’ll discover exactly how to eat LOTS of carbs and NEVER store them as fat with a new technique called Macro-Patterning™ and it’s pretty cool if I say so myself.

When using Shaun’s new system, you must use high carb days and even your favorite cheat foods.

You’ll use your favorite carbs to:

  1. Stimulate the hormones that control your body’s ability to burn off stubborn belly fat
  2. PREVENT the metabolic slowdown that causes plateaus when trying to lose weight with a traditional “diet.”
  3. Double the fat-burning effect EVERY time you exercise

That’s what makes Shaun’s 4 Cycles of Fat Loss unlike any other nutrition plan on the planet.

The result? You RID “dieting” from your life forever and AVOID rebound weight gain once and for all.

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This guide contains some BRAND new, compelling techniques that force your body to release the hormones that “break apart” and stubborn pockets of fat (and even cellulite) into the bloodstream to burn off.

So you’ll visually see your belly get flattered in only seven days. But in addition to that, Shaun shows you how you can combine this sequence with his 7 Day Carb Depletion Diet (Cycle 1 of the 4 Cycle Solution) to “see” your belly get significantly flatter.

All in only ONE short week.

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Shaun Hadsall

14 Day Metabolism Booster