Carb Tolerance Part 2

One more evidence that you should not bother

I’ve already written a blog post about carb tolerance, but on my way to horseriding I’ve been listening to a great podcast by Danny Lennon with Prof. Christopher Gardner on a recently published paper with the title “Effect of Low-Fat vs Low-Carbohydrate Diet on 12-Month Weight Loss in Overweight Adults and the Association With Genotype Pattern or Insulin Secretion” . I would like to give you some insights in the research findings as well as write down some of the thoughts Prof. Gardner expressed in the podcast.

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Carb Tolerance

Most important thing first: the picture above has been taken at Choc Tree Edinburgh, an awesome bean-to-bar chocolatier and patissier. And to answer your question in advance: yes, we ate it all. Enough said, let’s get serious.

Premise: if you still believe that carbs are bad and everyone should be on a low-carb diet read my carb article first. Instead, if you are a loyal Beary Strong reader go ahead! A normal carb tolerance is defined by the appropriate insulin release given the individualโ€™s insulin sensitivity. What does this mean? Continue reading “Carb Tolerance”