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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Carbohydrates and muscles

Anyone who trains a lot and very hard training your muscles need more carbohydrates. Carbohydrate intake to build mass without fat should be 50-60% of your daily caloric expenditure or 6.5-11 grams per kilogram of body weight.

 6.5 g is possible to be sufficient for beginners and intermediate fitness freaks, which means that 80 kg of body weight carbohydrates should be 520 grams per day (80 x 6.5 = 520), for example when 130 kg, carbohydrates increased to 845 g daily.
 If you want to determine your specific needs carbohydrates allow the body to guide you. If you receive 8 grams per kilogram of weight and start gaining mass but body fat, lower intake of 6 g.
 People who constantly struggle with enlarged waist often explain that they are sensitive to carbohydrates and think they have to come down in six grams a day to be able to build muscle without adding fat. If you want to remove the fat and at the same time rising muscles, you may need to download carbohydrate intake below 6.5 g, but you should not fall below 4.5 grams per kilogram of body weight.
 It is a mistake to completely remove carbohydrates from the diet, believing them to be the enemy of an athlete. If you feel faint or stop rising muscles begin to slowly increase your carbohydrate intake. The easiest way is to add a fourth-carbohydrate diets and track the results. But be careful with portion sizes, not pass your limit.

The best carbohydrate foods for muscles

Glycaemic index determines the speed at which the body turns food or beverage in the blood sugar.
Foods with a low glycemic index are preferred for long-term release of energy and curb hunger, and those with a high glycemic index are more effective for fast charging after a serious workout. When you combine carbohydrates with proteins reduces the glycemic index (for example, a combination of rice and meat, glycemic index of rice decreases).


 1. Foods with a low glycemic index, slow release energy
  

- Oat products
- Rye bread
- Barley
- Beans
- Green vegetables such as spinach and broccoli
- Apples
- Bananas
- Oranges

 2. Foods with a high glycemic load after workout

- Rice
- White bread
- Melon
- Pineapple