First, remember that it’s virtually impossible to gain body fat from the carbs in <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma. In fact, they are thermic in nature. But since you’re very used to low carbs, you might THINK you are: glycogen restoration, scale weight will go up etc. So really, adding back in good carbs is going to psychologically test you more than anything else. And the solution to that is basically: get over it. Focus on the ability to train harder, recover faster, and gain muscle rather than scale weight, which will be wonky for a while. Remember, it’s going to be glycogen, fuller muscles, new muscle growth etc. anyway.
That aside, is your plan to use Plazma twice per day since you’re training twice per day? If so, you may find that the only additional carbs you need at the moment are from Plazma. You could use fewer servings in the AM strength session (unless you’re otherwise fasted, then use more) then full servings for the hypertrophy session. Do that for a couple of weeks then begin adding in whole-food carbs.
With <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G, everything is going to shuttled to muscle instead of fat storage anyway, but again it’s a psychological thing. Chronic lower carbers are like crack addicts - it’s very tough for them to come off (I used to be one, I know.)
Generally, we recommend people get at least 200-300 carbs per day when using Indigo-3G, counting workout nutrition (Plazma.) I personally keep those “clean” (rice, potato, Finibars etc. no wheat products). Many Indigo-3G users can hit 500 or more carbs per day without fat gain. Most people do “work up” to those numbers, but many also regret not jumping in and taking advantage of Indigo-3G faster. Yet again, it’s often a mental game with low carbers who are nervous about adding carbs back in.
As for Carbolin-19, just follow the label directions.
You’ll find your sweet spot with whole food carbs and Plazma usage after a few weeks. Indigo alone forces us to throw out many of our old “rules” about staying lean and gaining muscle, so it’ll take some experimentation to find your sweet spot.