- Living in a huge calorie deficit and feeling hungry all the time.
- Constantly feeling run down and carb depleted with zero energy.
- Depriving yourself of your favorite carbs and all the foods you love to eat.
- Missing out on all the fun stuff like social events, parties, and family gatherings.
- Feeling restricted and inconvenienced with limiting food choices day after day after day.
- A sluggish and slowing metabolism.
- Suppressed fat burning hormones that block your body from burning fat.
- Loss of strength and even precious calorie burning lean muscle tissue.
- Unhealthy obsessions over food and constantly worrying about what you’re putting in your body.
In this video I will continue to go over the good carbs (complex), 3 reasons to stay away from bad carbs (Simple), Portion Size and Conclusion. Make sure you copy and print the Carbs list below and pick up the BLUEPRINT to Carbs Cycling for fat loss and NEVER worry about Carbs making you fat again. DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE FIT TO EAT CARBOHYDRATES REPORT EBOOK AND FULL LIST BELOW Fit to Eat Carbohydrates – Funk Roberts Fitness eBOOK Video Notes Portion Size – For carbohydrates, a portion‖is the size of your clenched fist. Think of an apple, orange, or other piece of fruit of approximately that size, or a portion of pasta, rice, beans, etc., similar in size. COMPLEX CARBS List of Complex Carbs (Good to eat)– This is a short list of the Carbs that you should be eating on a regular basis. Please do not forget to download your FREE EBOOK Fit to Eat Carbs for a list of Carbs you can eat and the ones to STAY AWAY FROM! Whole Grains Whole grains are high in fiber, have moderate protein levels, are low in fat and are also a good source of complex carbs. Specific examples include Quinoa millet, oats, wheat germ, barley, wild rice, brown rice, buckwheat, oat bran, cornmeal, Oatmeal and amaranth. Any product that is made from these grains is also complex as well. Whole grain bread, bagels, buns and rolls are examples of these Fruits Fruits are high in water content, fiber, vitamins and they have virtually no fat at all. Fruits packed with complex carbohydrates include apricots, oranges, plums, pears, grapefruits and prunes. apples, oranges, apricots, peaches, pears, grapes, kiwi, mango, watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, rhubarb, plum, pineapple, papaya, grapefruit, grapes, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, cranberries, cherries Vegetables Vegetables are high in water, low in fat, have multiple vitamins and minerals, and most varieties are complex carbs. Broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, turnip greens, eggplant, sweet potatoes, yams, corn, carrots, onions, all types of lettuce, celery, cucumbers, squash, cabbage, artichokes and asparagus, beets, pumpkin, rutabaga Legumes Legumes are oftentimes called pulses. These are characterized by seeds that have an exterior pod surrounding them. Beans are a type of legume that is a complex carbohydrate. Specific examples include lentils, kidney beans, black beans, peas, garbanzo beans, soy beans and pinto beans black-eyed peas, lima beans, red beans, marrowfat peas, chickpeas, butter beans, navy beans, lentils. DOWNLOAD YOUR FIT TO EAT CARBS REPORT Fit to Eat Carbohydrates – Funk Roberts Fitness EAT MORE CARBS – LOSE MORE FAT? (STEP BY STEP PLAN) If you’ve ever dieted before, then there’s know doubt you’ve probably dealt with the pain and frustration that comes with trying to cut carbs and calories at the same exact time. How do I know? Because just like you and hundreds of thousands of other people, I’ve dealt with the SAME frustrations as you have for the last 10+ years of being a fitness professional. I’m sure you’re probably very familiar with the painful list that comes with using the “traditional” dieting approach – just like I am: