Carbs on Rest Days

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    Allen Reed
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    Hi, I’ve input my data into the nutrition plan and the training day breakdown looks fine. However, the rest day breakdown is showing zero carbs throughout the day with all of them being consumed with the final bedtime meal. Is this accurate or is this a mistake? Has anyone else had something similar?

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    #19465
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hi, I’ve input my data into the nutrition plan and the training day breakdown looks fine. However, the rest day breakdown is showing zero carbs throughout the day with all of them being consumed with the final bed meal. Is this accurate or is this a mistake? Has anyone else had something similar?

    That’s how I prefer carbs. “Backloaded”. Good for calming/promoting good sleep. You can split them however you want though, if you prefer it differently

    #19475
    Allen Reed
    Participant

    [quote quote=19459]Hi, I’ve input my data into the nutrition plan and the training day breakdown looks fine. However, the rest day breakdown is showing zero carbs throughout the day with all of them being consumed with the final bed meal. Is this accurate or is this a mistake? Has anyone else had something similar?

    That’s how I prefer carbs. “Backloaded”. Good for calming/promoting good sleep. You can split them however you want though, if you prefer it differently [/quote]

    Okay cool, just wanted to make sure it wasn’t a mistake before I do it. I’ll try it out and see how I go with it. Thank you!

    #39196
    Zyad_Badr
    Participant

    That’s how I prefer carbs. “Backloaded”. Good for calming/promoting good sleep. You can split them however you want though, if you prefer it differently

    Do you mean sticking to these macros but spliting them as i want
    Either on rest or training days😅

    #39199
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Do you mean sticking to these macros but spliting them as i want
    Either on rest or training days😅

    Yes! 👊

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