Removing Carbs

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17 Nov 2015 03:44 #209233 by r3dleader
Replied by r3dleader on topic Removing Carbs
I do keto and I have dropped 30lbs. I know that's different than what you are talking about, but I found that www.reddit.com/r/keto has some really good information, resources, and recipes.

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28 Dec 2015 17:17 #216806 by bitoverwatch
Replied by bitoverwatch on topic Removing Carbs
If you drink pop/soda, it would probably be a good idea to replace as well. I have found that many of the pop companies are starting to bring out flavoured carbonated water which gives you the sensation of drinking a pop (carbonation), better taste than regular non-flavoured carbonated water, and no carbs/calories. If you do decide to go this route ensure its the non-sweetened ones, some carbonated water replacements just substitute sugars with artificial ingredients which I would not suggest.

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18 Apr 2019 15:17 #337388 by Allan D.
Replied by Allan D. on topic Removing Carbs
I also do Keto, started 6 months ago and fantastic results. Of course, at the start my body did have to get used to it.

www.ketowiz.com/how-to-start-a-keto-diet/

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18 Apr 2019 16:02 #337391 by Garwa Mayharr
Replied by Garwa Mayharr on topic Removing Carbs
I did the keto diet for 8 months with a weight loss result of 65 lbs. I limited carb intake to 20 carbs daily. If you are not going for keto, then the replies above are helpful. You most definitely want to cut out all processed foods and up water intake (Hail Hydration). You will want to also cut out some grains and flours as just one serving of oat meal can have up to 40 carbs. Just keep in mind that your body uses carbs as a go to energy source. So decide on how many carbs you want to cut. Probably no less then 100 daily especially since you run which utilizes carbs for energy. Also learn out to count net carbs....

Gross Carbs minus Fiber = Net Carbs

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