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19-04-2019, 08:24 AM
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Opti Farms Keto Already by the morning of the sixth day (the second day of the second micro cycle) you will weigh as much as you weighed before the start of carbohydrate loading. The advantages of this system are obvious. First of all, this diet allows you to quickly "promote" the metabolism, and, adaptation to a certain caloric content does not occur. In addition, you constantly maintain a sufficiently high physical tone and can from time to time conduct intensive physical training. By the way, about the 'shock' training. Famous Bill Phillips advises to conduct such training on high carbohydrate intake days. I think this position is wrong. If, after two days of carbohydrate depletion, you eat a rich carbohydrate breakfast and go to the gym, then you are unlikely to experience a palpable surge of energy due to the fact that glycogen stores in muscles and liver are replenished rather slowly. It seems that by the evening of the high-carbohydrate day you will not be in good shape. In my opinion, the ideal time for such training is the morning of the fourth day of the micro cycle. However, experimenting, you yourself will understand. In addition, regular "throwing" carbohydrates in the diet does not allow the body to use muscles as fuel, which is extremely important, because excessive loss of muscle mass results in a "fallen asleep" metabolism, so that you seem to stop eating completely and still do not lose weight. Another plus of the carbohydrate alternation diet is that it allows you to maintain a high mental tone. When you go on a diet and know that you will be deprived of certain products for two or three months, you are covered with horror.

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