He is the author of the Carb-Nite Solution, and is releasing a new book that is designed for rapid fat loss and muscle gain. John is coming on Bulletproof. The Carb Nite Solution has ratings and 13 reviews. on concrete, verifiable research, John Kiefer has spent over a decade trying to discover a way to shed. Using Carb Nite she could easily schedule her nights of carbs around family events and enjoy the The Carb Nite Solution by John Kiefer.
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When I first started Carb Nite I explained to my friends and loved ones why I needed to indulge once a week and they were all on board. They were just excited that I wanted to eat out and made it a fun game of choosing restaurants whose menus I wanted to explore. Not only was I able to experience some amazing cuisine, I re-gained a social life that I previously shied away from when food was involved.
Mary shared a similar experience, but her switch to Carb Nite also meant enjoying her family gatherings again without guilt. She comes from a large family, who celebrates regularly with copious amounts Filipino cuisine. Using Carb Nite she could easily schedule her nights of carbs around family events and enjoy the delicious food, knowing that it was only going to help her achieve her goals.
Sounds like a win-win, right?! Your success depends on a full enjoyment of Carb Nite. Eating high-GI carbs once a week in the evenings creates that perfect insulin spike needed to extend our bodies ability to burn fat. Sound too good to be true? Mary and I felt the same way after hearing it the first time too!
But after years of strict low-fat, no cheat-meals and endless hours spent in the gym with little to show for it, we were open to trying something new. Take the opportunity to listen to your body and learn from it by the food choices you make on both your ultra low-carb days and your Carb Nites! We can enjoy yummy treats that help us achieve the results we, and so many others want. Our diets were so strict that even just the thought of having a cheat meal left feelings of guilt.
I remember one fitness friend advise me that for every drink or shot of alcohol I had I should do an additional 45 minutes of cardio to my normal routine. Talk about buzz kill. Not that drinking alcohol was on my to-do list. But being scared to partake in a celebration of some kind with a glass of wine left me feeling like an outsider. Pre-Carb Nite Mary and I both dreaded going out to eat. We were hesitant to say yes to friends when they invited us out and attending social events like birthdays, etc was more of a stressor than it was fun.
Carb Nite gave us more than the freedom to eat foods we previously shied away from. It opened to door to understanding how our bodies work and how we can use our favorite foods to achieve the health and aesthetic goals most people seek.
The variety of treats we can have without guilt has also made for some delicious food discoveries. It gives me what I need while still enjoying what I want. What more could Cab ask for? Is that what I should expect? Of course I have a long way to go, my goal is 75 more pounds. Thank you for this information. I carn been reading like crazy and still feel confused about a few things in CNS. After lots of research, it seems like maybe I need to replenish my glycogen stores to kick start my metabolism.
Kiefer Q&A: The Carb Nite® Solution For Women – Body IO ®
I seem to have gains even if I have a little more than 10 grams of veggie carbs a day. But I can’t seem to lose weight. I think my metabolism is jacked up! So I want to start CNS. What should my workout schedule look like? I’ve begun eating breakfast eggs and animal protein to rev my metabolism.
I’ve got the eating down, I’m extremely strict Keto. I’m fine with working hard in the gym, but don’t want to overdo it.
Do you have an example of a 10 day plan? How often do you work out? What kinds of workouts? Do you do carb loads on workout days?
The Carb Nite Solution
Thank you so much!!! Mommaof3 It’s always best to consult your doctor first, but I’ve worked with many women who’ve used this way of eating postpartum with great results. The average weekly loss can range from lbs a week and every week will be different.
The fact that you lost some weight that first week is a great sign and the inches lost is even more important to consider than the scale number. So i recommend continuing on mite focus on how you’re feeling, how your clothes are fitting and every other noticeable change in the right direction you notice.
The scale is only one tool to gauge progress and unfortunately it’s also the most unreliable. Keep focusing on those inches!
At some point you may want to consider adding in a little exercise, but that isn’t necessary for progress to keep to moving. Long walks can help though too Did my first week and lost approx 4 pounds. I am trying not to be discouraged but, I am. I hear all these amazing results. I monitor my carb intake with an app. Should I start exercising? I am starting jphn feel I’ll always be heavy. Only good thing is I did lose inches. I am 38yrs old, 5’3 and lbs.
AmandaLeAnnRamsey Congrats on the weight loss so far As far as incorporating a Carb Nite into your LCHF lifestyle, there shouldn’t be much concern for joun long run, as the insulin and blood sugar spikes are few and far between. But in saying that, you will likely need some johj from a health care provider to help moderate your refeeds and ensure you’re achieving the goal on these nights without throwing blood sugar levels off or causing hypoglycemia episodes.
In addition, if you’re currently on insulin or other medications for your diabetes you will definitely want to get approval from your doctor on the best approach for you.
If you don’t have a health care provider that you feel is qualified kifeer help guide you through this process I can recommend one that is a kjefer of the Body IO team and has worked with many people in your situation achieve great results through incorporating Carb Johh.
If you’re interesting in inquire to him you can send an email to coaching boy. Congrats again and keep up the great work! I’ve been eating LCHF since January of this year and I’ve lost 42 pounds so far but the last few weeks the scales are not budging.
I’ve considered doing carb nite to help with this. Would carb ,iefer hurt me in the long run? In general jkhn, most people keep their ratios anywhere from. For those who exercise regularly, and by exercise I mean resistance training, I generally recommend having protein around. These numbers and ratios can vary a lot based on where I person’s body fat is now vs where they’d like it to be.
As for fat on Carb Nite, it doesn’t matter that much. If you’re trying to keep your overall calories at a reasonable level, then keeping the fat to a minimum can help tremendously. Although I personally indulge in ice cream and baked goods more often than not on my Carb Nites and they are far from low-fat. Again, it nute something that each individual will have to play with based on their goals.
I always suggest self-experimenting and tracking jkhn food choices and progress to know what’s working and what might need to be modified. I hope that helps! Since it is a high fat way of eating and you don’t want an insulin spike does that mean that you keep your protein moderate since high protein amounts can cause insulin to spike?
Also, when you do the Carb-Nite do you mite your fat intake low while taking in the carbs and sugar? I know the first CN can be a little stressful, not carg what or how much to eat. Keep things simple and choose carby things that sound good or that you’ve been missing. If you’re worried about losing control and ending the night in a carb-coma we’ve all done it! Start with something more savory like a sandwich, burger or even sushi.
Then save dessert for as close to bedtime as iiefer, so you can enjoy your much deserved treat and then hit the hay! Don’t forget to hydrate! Keep us posted on your progress and enjoy your Carb NIte!! Hi, I’m so excited that I came across your informative site.
I eat low carb and at times the strong carb cravings have ended as you described in your cookie confession – I thought something was wrong with me or I was in the early stages of an eating disorder.
I’m concerned about my upcoming first carb nite. While that huge stack of doughnuts on your site looks heavenly, I question my restraint after being restrictive.
Do you keep a carb number in mind based on how your bite reacts? Jillyboo Great to hear you’ve started Carb Nite! You can enjoy any tea you choose while on CNS so long as you aren’t adding any sugar! We opt for stevia most of the time if we’re going to sweeten something. If you drink it as is, then you’re fine, drink up! As for the fat and protein choices, you can have anything source you want that fits within the guidelines.
It’s hard to have full comprehensive lists for everything, so feel free to enjoy tilapia as you please.