Low Carb Diet – Quickest Way to Lose Weight?

Low Carb Diet food intake is in equal intervals every 2 to 3 hours and may include 5 to 7 servings, depending on the required protein for the day.

With hard training and the absence of glucose, the body loses a significant amount of amino acids.

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Low Carb Diet – what about athletes?

    Athletes following this regime should not take increased amounts compared to other modes of protein intake.

   The daily rate for men is moving within the 2.5 to 3 grams, and that women from 2.3 to 2.7 g per kilogram of body weight.

   It is desirable that shortly after getting to eat a small portion of acidic fruits.

   This will activate your digestive system and so breakfast will be digested and absorbed for a short time.

The next portion of the food line (30 minutes after the first) is the predominant protein with moderate amounts of fat in its composition.

   It is her consumption to 2 hours before or immediately after the morning run. The key nutrition of Low carb diet is the predominant carbohydrate diet. Its location depends on several factors, namely:

    If an athlete makes the crosses in the morning (between 9 and 10 hours), then the place of nutrition in the time zone is between 12 and 13 hours (ie at least 2 full hours after exercise)
    If an athlete makes the crosses in the late afternoon or does such, the site of carbohydrate nutrition is prevailing in the period between 10 and 12 hours.

Low Carb Diet – Low on Fat or Low on Calorie?

There is also an opportunity for separation of carbohydrates in 2 small servings consumed two or three hours difference between 10 to 14 hours.

   In post-workout meal off your fat intake. Thus, the protein in the diet will reach faster to the intestines to cover amino acid deficiency occurred as a result of training.

   In this mode, the distances between meals providing protein daily doses should not exceed the limit of four hours so that you do not to fall into a state of protein deficiency.

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