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LOW CARB INTELLIGENCE VS. LOW CARB STUPIDITY

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Many low-carbers don’t even know why they are on a low-carb diet, and they’re just following the followers. Not intelligent. Doing what everyone else is always one of the surest, straightest routes to arrive at mediocrity! If you want to succeed, your chances are far greater if you look at what the masses are doing and do the exact opposite!

Fortunately, there is such a thing as low carb intelligence. Hopefully, by reading my brief rant this month, you will increase your carb IQ and soon join the ranks of the extraordinarily fit, lean, and healthy carbo geniuses!

THE TASTE OF SUCCESS

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Women tend to be better “tasters” than men, which may make them more selective and may allow them to distinguish between 800 types of chocolate.

Age leads to a loss in taste sensation, losing appetite and the desire to eat. That’s partly why nutrient deficiencies develop with age.

And finally, as mentioned earlier, our sense of taste will change with what we’re habitually eating.

UNIFIED THEORY OF NUTRITION

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For decades, this has been an ongoing debate between people in the field of nutrition, biology, physiology, and many other disciplines. The result has led to conflicting advice and a great deal of confusion by the general public, not to mention many medical professionals and other groups.

Pre and Post-Workout Nutrition

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The basic goal of weight training for mass gain is to force the muscles to break themselves down (catabolism) and then rebuild (anabolism). When the workout provides sufficient trauma to the muscles, small tears in the muscle fibres and connective tissue are created. In the hours and days following the workout, the muscles will attempt to rebuild themselves and become stronger and better able to deal with such trauma in the future. This process is called adaptation.