[quote]Chris Shugart wrote:
That somewhat depends on your view of keto diets. Many now say that going keto is not necessary for fast fat loss. And with <a href="http://www.T-Nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G, a nutrient partitioning agent, you have to give the body something to repartition - i.e. good carbs. Most notice faster fat loss and, more importantly, long-term fat loss, when using Indigo-3G and getting adequate carbs from good sources – dedicated workout drinks, rice, potato etc.
Then there’s the issue of carb type. The carbs in Plazma are thermic in nature, and practically can’t even be counted towards a daily carb count because the body doesn’t treat them like standard carbs or sugars. “A carb is not a carb,” as Dr. Berardi would day.
So, a better option for her, one that would satisfy her desire to lower carbs and give her better long-term results, would be to keep carbs on the lower side for all her solid food intake, then use <a href="http://www.T-Nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma (just the pre-load and maybe one intra-workout serving is all she’d need) on weight-training days with Indigo-3G taken 30 minutes or so beforehand. This is of course assuming that she’s weight training as part of her plan.
Thanks for mentioning this - that is exactly what I started to do a few days ago.
I know whole food clean carbs are healthy but I use them as an excuse to pile on more calories (frying, cheese, sour cream, etc…)
If I keep all my carbs to BC (Biotest Carbs)
Then I know I’m getting 125 to 150grams - and there is now way to pan sautÃ© Plazma as far as I can tell
I have some Micro PA coming in today
Looking forward to trying that out as well