With the popularity of the ketogenic diet, the general population now believes that carbs make us fat.
The irony is that the body rarely converts carbs to fat.Click here to learn how to get ultra-lean by eating a high carb diet (opposite of keto).
Excess carbs get stored as glycogen in the muscle and the excess fat you eat gets stored as body fat.
So why are carbs to blame for making us fat?
Here’s a video explaining the historical background of why we are led to believe that carbs make us fat.
The ketogenic diet can work too (otherwise it wouldn’t be popular)…
I just worry about long-term health implications.
An alternative to keto is to eat a higher carb low fat diet.
The leanest person I know over the age of 40 is an Olympic Strength and Conditioning Coach in Iceland.
Mark is in his mid-40’s and eats a low fat carb-based diet and maintains 6% body fat year-round.
I have been so impressed with Mark’s results that I co-created a course with him:
Yes, it is probably crazy to release a course about eating HIGH carbs during the peak of the keto movement.
We just believe this is a better way to get lean and healthy over the long-haul.
As a former fitness coach to fashion models, I can teach you how to increase muscle definition without adding size.
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