Metabolic Efficiency is a term that is typically associated with sport. From a nutrition perspective, being metabolically efficient simply means being able to use the proper nutrients at the right times.
No gimmicks – No supplements – No fads – This is a lifestyle change to control blood sugar, increase fat burning, and improvement long term health.
Paleo, while lower in carbohydrates, doesn’t allow grains or dairy products. This lifestyle does. There isn’t anything you can’t eat.
Atkins restricts your lifestyle from almost ALL carbs. It puts you in ketosis where this does not. Lower carbs, yes, but your body needs carbs to function and perform at its best.
It is likely that you have heard of this scenario before as it applies to exercise: as you increase your intensity, your body prefers to use more carbohydrate and less fat for fuel. The physiological term for this is the crossover concept. With training you can manipulate this to essentially burn more fat during exercise, but this article isn’t about what we already know. It’s about the relatively unknown effect of your daily intake of macronutrients and their impact on fuel utilization and metabolic efficiency.
- Bob Seebohar
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Jessica Baxter’s Interview with Endurance Buzz – Link
Metabolic Efficiency Interview with TriDot – Link
Make Your Body More Metabolically Efficient by Bob Seebohar – Link
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