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Old 09-06-2012, 10:12 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by Randoja View Post
You're body is using fat as a fuel now. I saw a video talking about endurance athletes eating high fat diets up until a big event then switching to high carb and kinda "doubling down" on their energy supply for the race or whatever. Cool to see it in action. Your meals sound amazing btw.
What you refer to here, is there goal is full depletion then when they carb up there body swells and holds 4x the normal carbs it would. Providing them with 4X the normal fuel and energy.

Just like a depletion, refill timing some competitive bbers go threw.

First day after full depletion your body holds 4X normal carbs then the next 2 days it still soaks up extra, but less day 2 and less day 3 then day 4 it only sucks up the normal levels.

Our bodies also have a way of prioritizing: burning carbohydrates first, then fats and finally proteins.
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