Originally Posted by Scott Clark
Out of curiosity Ben, what is your strategy for restoring glycogen if all of the above foods are cut out? (no argument for the exclusion of sugar and wheat)
Glycogen is overrated. Get keto-adapted and burn ketones like an Inuit. The Inuit regularly crossed astonishing distances in the Arctic on an almost zero carb diet. The first two weeks of keto-adaptation aren't fun. But after that, you're cruising.
Your body will rip apart proteins for the few absolutely essential tasks it needs glucose for.
See Westman, et al:
Low-carbohydrate nutrition and metabolism
Ben Fury, CFT, CMT
“People who do not eat butterflies will wear their clothes the wrong way, and people who wear their clothes the wrong way are inviting lemmings inside.”
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