Lean cycle carb cycle

Although carb cycling does afford my flexibility in your food choices this isn’t a pass to go eat pizza, burgers and fill the gaps in with crappy protein powder.  You can indulge occasionally but stick to mostly high-quality foods and supplements like Grass-fed whey and a greens powder (here’s mine) if you hate veggies. As tasty as it is, the combination of high fat, high carb, high alcohol containing meals is a perfect recipe for gaining weight. Sorry IIFYM folks, junk food is still junk food and will come back around to harm your body in the future. 

If it’s working for you I wouldn’t worry. I think health problems with low carb are slightly less of a concern in later years simply because there aren’t any hormones around to mess up. 🙂 I would simply be very cognizant of potential changes or symptoms – and if you start to notice weight gain, thyroid symptoms, etc while IF/carb cycling then it might mean it’s time to simply lighten up the IF and add in a few more carbs. you don’t need to eat HIGH carb but some relaxation of your guidelines, or playing with them a little bit, could be called for eventually (or now if you so choose) 🙂

I race a Porsche 356 (racecar) 1620 cc four cylinder engine. I run /1 compression. My Solex carbs (a 2 barrel for each two cylinders) run 160 main jets and 160 air correction jets. I must be close to /1 fuel air mixture because the car runs good, the plugs look good, the exhaust looks good. I’m thinking about experimenting with 112 octane Exxon Oxygenated fuel and I don’t have access to a dyno. If the fuel has 10 percent oxygen I assume I would need 10 percent larger main jets like maybe 175 mains or I guess I could use smaller air correction jets. The fuel I use now is 110 octane race gas non oxygenated.
How should I determine that correct /1 mixture.

The book recommends using these sweeteners: stevia (. SweetLeaf, Truvia), xylitol (. Xlear, Xylosweet), sorbitol, erythritol, and honey in very small amounts
There are differing opinions about what is “natural”; the products you mention have also had quiet a bit of processing done to them. A completely unprocessed version would be stevia leaves, but that’s difficult to add to other foods and can be bitter.
As Chris says stevia is okay (including Truvia), you could use whichever stevia product you feel comfortable with.
Hope that helps.

Lean cycle carb cycle

lean cycle carb cycle

The book recommends using these sweeteners: stevia (. SweetLeaf, Truvia), xylitol (. Xlear, Xylosweet), sorbitol, erythritol, and honey in very small amounts
There are differing opinions about what is “natural”; the products you mention have also had quiet a bit of processing done to them. A completely unprocessed version would be stevia leaves, but that’s difficult to add to other foods and can be bitter.
As Chris says stevia is okay (including Truvia), you could use whichever stevia product you feel comfortable with.
Hope that helps.

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