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I like to talk about the body a lot in economic terms. At its core, the TWT resets the body’s economy: carbohydrate intolerance/sugar addiction is a problem of resource mismanagement. One of the most common symptoms of resource mismanagement in the body is being overfat (having more fat than is healthy). The only reason I don’t say overweight is because often, being overfat also means being under-muscled. Basically, being overfat is a case of stranded assets.
Here’s kind of a plain list of what I planned on eating during the two weeks:
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July 19, 2015 at 12:55 am Sorry it was probably me being unclear. I was trying to understand why your body would ever use glycogen below MAF if fat was available, which I believe you answered in specifying that liver glycogen in particular is responsible for maintaining blood sugar levels (for the brain primarily). So the best part of being more efficient at burning fat is that you maintain more glycogen (both liver and muscle) for maintaining blood sugar levels rather than trying to fuel your aerobic system.
Hello again and thanks for all the great info!! I am quite happy to say I completed the two week test and have experienced some profound changes in the way I feel and think about food. I experienced the feeling of not having to eat much at all and had several days of abundant energy. I started to see that a small amount of food was all I wanted and even found that if I ate too fast my heart rate would jump up – I did struggle with light crossfit sessions but found that I had energy to keep going even though it seemed my heart rate was always high. I have just been reading the section in ‘Natural Born Heroes’ that talks about food conversion in detail and how cravings are a cyclical event. I’m super excited about potential within and believe I may have tapped into the tip of it. I am 51 and believe that I am heading down the wrong path and have been for years with beer and junk food etc… here’s the question I would like commented on as I believe over the past few days (this is only a couple of days after I finished the TWT) I have re-triggered the cravings by eating a lot of sugar based christmas goodies – (i say goodies because it doesn’t help to be negative about what’s already been done!) Last night I experienced the cycle of craving more goodies and it did not seem to want to end (i’ve been doing this for years thus my 255lb weight! I did lose about 10lbs during the TWT) – today I am back on track but am wondering if I need to do the entire TWT again to achieve what I was experiencing during the last week (mellow abundant energy, never hungry etc…) What’s your opinion on all this??
(As the MAF brand becomes better-known, more and more people are asking whether the two-week test can be adapted for vegetarians. We’re working on addressing that question seriously. We want to do right by vegetarians as well as meat eaters).
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Sports James says: Diabetes Myths Ivan – I started the TWT last week on Monday due to some stomach issues I’ve been having. I’m a vegetarian and don’t eat dairy (including meat, fish, cheese or cream) so its taken a little finagling but it was going ok. It was going really well recently, and I woke up Day 7 feeling good and having actually had a good nights sleep which is rare. But I ate lunch late and after lunch I came home and was starving all day. I full out binged all day. They were all TWT legal foods – but very calorie heavy and rich – nuts, seeds, carrots, flax porridge with lots of nuts, seeds, flax, coconut, flax crackers etc, just tons of food. I basically ate from like 3pm to 7pm and made myself sick. I’m trying to get back on the wagon today but feel full and gross and bloated. Would that one super-duper-thousands of calories binge day ruin the test? Do I need to start over? Why would this happen? I’ve been eating balanced meals with enough nutrients and didn’t do a particularly hard workout yesterday (I am an endurance runner, but starting a taper so just 12 miles on day 6 and yesterday, day 7 binge day, just an easy 1 hr run)…I’m not a large person by any means but due to stomach issues I was having before I started the test, I have had a very bloated and uncomfortable stomach. By day 7 it finally felt unbolted, but now I feel back where I started after yesterday’s binge day. Just feeling frustrated and wondering 1) why this happened; and 2) how it will affect the test. Thanks!
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How to intermittent fast ALERT: Your yogurt may have more sugar than a Coke If the headache isn’t too annoying or worrisome, stay with it. If not, stop it. Some possible causes of a headache while on a low-carb diet are dehydration and too much high-intensity training or stress. Since stored carbs release water when burned, a period of low-carb eating, where fewer carbs are burned, means that less water is released into the bloodstream as usual. So it’s usually necessary to drink water (to thirst) at more regular intervals than usual. And in both high-intensity training and stress, the body uses a greater percentage of sugar, which means that sugar runs out more quickly than usual, and the brain starts having a hard time being fueled. When you eat low-carb but don’t do things that significantly elevate your rates of sugar usage, the brain has no problem fueling itself with the sugar that the liver can produce. I mention this because headaches are a typical response to the brain having to fight with the body for fuel.
Whether or not you’re specifically aiming to cut carbs, most of us consume unhealthy amounts of sugar and refined carbohydrates such as white bread, pizza dough, pasta, pastries, white flour, white rice, and sweetened breakfast cereals. Replacing refined carbs with their whole-grain counterparts and eliminating candy and desserts is only part of the solution, though. Sugar is hidden in foods as diverse as canned soups and vegetables, pasta sauce, margarine, and many reduced fat foods. Since your body gets all it needs from sugar naturally occurring in food, all this added sugar amounts to nothing but a lot of empty calories and unhealthy spikes in your blood glucose.
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