High Carb Fat Loss
Now You Can Get the Lean Body You Have Always Desired… Without Avoiding Carbs or Starving Yourself to Death.
How to Lose Weight Feasting on Delicious Carbs.
We have been tricked…
…into believing that carbs are the reason so many people are struggling with excess body fat.
We are told to reduce carbs and increase fats if we want to lose weight.
Here’s the irony:
Your body RARELY stores carbs as body fat to any significant degree.
Almost all of the fat you see on your body comes from the fats you eat.
Your body doesn’t even change or convert the fat you eat before it gets stored as body fat.
Eat a lot of saturated fat?
Saturated fat is what will get stored on your body.
Use a bunch of vegetable oil?
Your body fat will contain that same type of fat.
For the most part…
Your stored body fat is simply the reserve tank for the excess dietary FAT that you EAT.
Where does the body store carbs?
Excess carbs get stored in your muscles as glycogen.
The only time your body attempts to convert carbs into fat is when your muscles are 100% full of glycogen.
Your muscles rarely reach this point.
The average person can store up to 1,500-2,000 calories of glycogen. It takes sustained extreme overfeeding of carbs before your body begins the process of converting carbs to fat.
If our body fat is made up almost entirely of the fats we eat, why don’t we just drastically REDUCE FATS in our diet?
Low carb high fat advocates like to point out that carbs raise insulin.
This does cause the excess fat you eat to get stored as fat.
It is the fat you eat that gets stored as body fat, NOT the carbs.
Somewhere along the way, we forgot this simple fact.
We have been tricked…
This is a good time for a quick introduction.
My name is Rusty Moore.
My background includes being a fitness advisor to runway models… men and women who need to add definition while staying slim enough to fit into stylish clothing.
Bulky fashion models get sent home.
I’ve also been a full-time fitness writer for the past 10 years and teach the “definition without excess size” training methods in my Visual Impact Fitness courses.
All of my programs in the past have been workout routines, with just a few dietary guidelines.
I never wanted to create a pure diet course.
This past spring I was FORCED to change my mind.
Here’s how it all happened.
The story begins in beautiful Reykjavik, Iceland…
Rewind the clock back about 8 years.
I am running a wildly popular fitness blog and an Olympic Strength & Conditioning Coach who lives in Iceland begins providing great tips in the comment section.
His name is Mark Kislich.