<a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G repairs the underlying issues with fat cell metabolism and dysfunctional nutrient uptake mechanisms that make someone have problems with carbs. So yes, you can and should consume more carbs when using Indigo-3G. As a nutrient repartitioning agent, it has to have something to repartition and send to the muscles.
Being on Indigo-3G allows you to eat more carbs to fuel muscle growth and performance without storing them as fat. It’s a real blessing for those of us who couldn’t look at a carbohydrate before without getting pudgy. We do, of course, suggest quality “clean” carbs, not junk carbs. Many of these functional carbohydrates should come from your workout drink, like <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma.
In our Indigo logs section, we also help users optimize their diets and choose the best whole-food carbs for their goals. Most Indigo-3G users can consume at least 300g of carbs per day. Some double that. I went from 100-150g grams per day to 300-400 grams myself, with no fat gain.
With the <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma-reactive-pump-stack"target=“new”>Plazma Reactive Pump Stack you’re considering, you really don’t need the whey, unless you just need a source of extra protein to go along with your solid meals. Plazma has you more than covered for your workout period. You’d pre-load one serving 15 minutes before you train. Your last solid meal before that should probably come at least two hours prior so it won’t interfere with the absorption of Plazma. During the training session, you’d drink one or two additional servings.
Ideally, instead of whey, you’d pulse with MAG-10 one hour post-workout. If that’s out of the budget, you can use your whey, though it’s not going to have the same effect. We do offer a stack that includes all of those supplements at a discount if this helps: <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/packages/plazma-super-stack"target=“new”>Plazma Super Stack.
Keep in mind that either of those stacks will greatly accelerate recovery, so you could easily train 5 or 6 days per week instead of 4 if you’d like.
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