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By Noobly
#772
I've read a lot about not eating carbs at night, but does anyone know around what time you should stop eating carbs so it doesn't turn into fat?
Thnx
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By Rolan
#773
Mmmm, If you want to keep off the body fat and turn into Brad Pitt in Fight Club, than you need to stop eating carbs at 5:38pm.......our bodies are fine tune machines and very smart.........they are literally programmed to start hoarding everything you eat and turning it into body fat at 5:39pm......based on the 24-hour table..........so, eat as much as you can (at least 3,00-4,000) cals before then and you are cool.........
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By Sypher187
#774
Lol! Rolan, omg.

Noobly he was being sarcastic.
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By Bigfitness
#775
Their is no arbitrary number during the day when your body automatically changes metabolic pathways and starts to store glucose as triglyceride.

People think the human body is relatively stupid when it comes to energy, when it really isn't. The body is constantly storing and releasing pooled energy stores (fat or glycogen) for events at all times day and night. It's a series of events controlled by hormones such as glucagon, and insulin (and sometimes epinephrine).

Glucose is very important to us, as the prime fuel for our brains, as well as the delivery of oxygen (as haemoglobin)to cells, without which we wouldn't be growing from our weight training, or waking up in the morning to read this forum. Carbohydrates are very vital and to just completely cut them off at some innate time doesn't make much sense. And for most folks, the limiting of carbohydrates at certain times works so well for staying lean/losing weight has more to do with overall caloric control because carbohydrates are very easy to overfeed on.

So their comes the old mantra again, calories in vs. calories out = total weight gained or lost.
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By shoreknee
#792
Rolan wrote:Mmmm, If you want to keep off the body fat and turn into Brad Pitt in Fight Club, than you need to stop eating carbs at 5:38pm.......our bodies are fine tune machines and very smart.........they are literally programmed to start hoarding everything you eat and turning it into body fat at 5:39pm......based on the 24-hour table..........so, eat as much as you can (at least 3,00-4,000) cals before then and you are cool.........
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