Carb-Back Loading Diet

Discussion in 'Diet and Nutrition' started by deepgc, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. deepgc

    deepgc New Member


    I'm self-employed and always working on the computer, and therefore my calorie usage is extremely low.

    My friend has recommended the Carb-Back loading diet, where I eat vegetables, meats and dairy products through the day, but leave the carbs until late at night.

    Has anyone got any experience of this method?
  2. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

    I would think that having a lot of carbs before you go to bed would be stored, in other words, make your belly bigger. :)

    Try to cut back a bit on what you eat, make healthy choices, and get more exercise.
  3. deepgc

    deepgc New Member

    The purpose of the carb-back loading diet is to trick your body in burning more fat through the day from the moment you get up. The carbs you would eat at night are simply to top up the calories burned through the day.

    Just a note as well, I would never go massive on carbs late at night, something like a curry & rice, or a home-made stone baked pizza etc.
  4. Mike Gowans

    Mike Gowans New Member

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