Originally Posted by BigFiveFive
Carb sensitivity is definitely a real thing, just from personal experience.
How can u explain me eating 8oz sweet potato and still looking flat, but the guy next to me eats the same thing and blows up? We've both been depleted the same amount of time and water intake is at zero.
Steve can maybe shed some light on this, I depleted for about 6 days prior to my video series, that morning before we trained and they got here I ate 60g's worth of oatmeal and exploded like I had just ate an entire buffet or I had been loading for several days even though I haven't. Ill do some picture taking over the next few weeks when I spike my diet and re-feed glycogen store, Ill use different foods to show how they have different effects.
Thanks for the input. I lost my initial pounds with the TNT diet, a low carb approach. I am extremely carb sensitive. I can look at a loaf of bread and retain water.
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