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Unread 10-18-2018, 11:13 AM
PyromanXP PyromanXP is offline
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Default Is sugar ok as a carb source regarding fat / fat oxydation

Hi guys,

regarding this article https://bodyrecomposition.com/nutrit...xidation.html/

basically more carbs = less fat oxydation

more fat = more fat storage potentially, but it depends on the amount that's what I am understanding

Is there an optimal ratio between both when you're at maintenance ? or is it better to go full carbs as you won't store fat if staying at maintenance calories ? (but as I believe that good fat have also a health benefits I'd rather eat good things even if it means a bit more bodyfat)

And then I also have another question, does it change anything about fat oxydation what is the carb source ? if I am supposed to eat 50g carb, what is the difference between 50g of sugar from idk candies like tagada strawberries or 50g of carbs from rice ? (I know from UD2.0 that fructose should stay under 50g per day, but if this limit is respected, can I eat sugar instead of "healthy" carbs without fat consequences ?)
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Unread 10-18-2018, 11:59 AM
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By definition you arent gaining/losing fat at maintenance...so, no?
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Unread 10-19-2018, 07:29 AM
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By definition you arent gaining/losing fat at maintenance...so, no?
Well, body composition can vary even at maintenance calories right ? If I am eating only carbs & fat I am not expecting my muscle mass to remain evne if calories stay the same..

But still for sugar I was wondering about bulking now, https://bodyrecomposition.com/muscle...gains-qa.html/ is sugar totally to be avoided ? Will it screw insuline sensitivity or can it be part of the diet on a bulk (still staying under 50g fructose / 100g sucrose) or am I obliged to eat only more raw oats to bulk clean ?
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Unread 10-19-2018, 08:53 AM
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Nah man if you're lean I wouldn't worry about it. I take in a good amount of sugar on a cut even in form of pure dextrose around working out. As long as your over macros are generally okay dont worry about this minutiae. Eating sugar doesnt necessarily harm your insulin sensitivity. Getting fatter does.
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