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Sleep last night 12:00a-8:00a

9:00a 

12oz mocha with almond milk and half the sugar of a normal mocha

12:30p

Eggs, arrowroot powder (blended into crepes. Crepes are pretty much my favorite thing ever), a small scoop of white rice, coffee, almond milk, a sliver of butter (maybe 1/2 tablespoon)

7:30p

Homemade pizzas! We made paper-thin crusts and topped them with tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, sundried tomatoes, and a drizzle of olive oil. I also had a carnivor protein shake blended with almond milk because my protein was still pretty low. 

Jim, I'm convinced my body loves carbs. My measurements didn't really change, but after a week of eating higher carb (100g-200g), I feel amazing. I'm in a much better mood, I have much more energy, I feel like my body looks better physically, etc. I think the higher carb may be what works well for me. This is the best I've felt in the past four weeks! 

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Comment by Jim B on April 20, 2015 at 8:17am

Everyone does work better on the optimal amount. The problem is that no one knows where that is until they do experiments like we have on you. Much of your need for carbs is because of the type of training you do.

What I do with most people is start them out low and then try to find where they are most comfortable. I think with most people that is somewhere around 50-100 per day for a baseline, and then adding in 50gr or so per day until they find where their intake matches the needs.

Comment by Zoe Anderson on April 20, 2015 at 7:55am

46g fat, 173g carbs, 114g protein

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