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7 Day Carb Cycle Diet for non-bodybuilders : 100 Recipes

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  • 1. Table of ContentsI. Carb Cycling  No Carb Phase  Low Carb Phase  High Carb PhaseII. Sample MenuIII. Recipes
  • 2. 7 Day Carb Cycle : 100 Recipes by Sarah SmithSmashwords EditionCopyright 2010 Sarah Smith
  • 3. DISCLAIMERThis is written as a source of information only. This is intended to supplement, notsubstitute, the interventions of an experienced, professional healthcare practioner. Theauthor and the publisher disclaim any liability for any adverse effects arising the use orapplication of the information contained herein.
  • 4. I. Carb CyclingWhy Low Carb?Low carb is defined as a diet that contains 30% or less of carbohydrates. If you are tryingto lose weight, eating a low carb diet will make a calorie restriction much moreachievable because you will have more stable blood sugar levels and reduced hunger.The main drawback of eating low carb on a permanent basis is fatigue, brain fog, and theinevitable carb cravings. The solution to this is a carb cycling method.What kinds of carbs should you eat?Good sources of carbs are starches, such as whole wheat grain, oatmeal, brown rice,rye, barley, beans, potatoes, and yams. These are all complex carbohydrates, whichare digested slowly and do not cause your insulin levels to spike or fluctuate too much.Also fruits and vegetables count as carbs.Foods Not to Eat
  • 5.  Any carbs are acceptable for your carb meals You may drink alcohol during one of your carb meals You must keep fats as low as possible Eat about 100 grams of carbs per day.End of this Sample book.Enjoyed the sample?Buy Nowhttp://www.lulu.com/spotlight/SarahSmith

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