Carbs and Paleo with Neely Quinn –
Carbs and Paleo with Neely Quinn
We were delighted to have Neely Quinn from Paleo Plan on our podcast. She writes alot about the proper ways to use carbs in the context of a Paleo diet. She has a lot of experience working with athletes and she has even done a nutritional ketosis experiment on herself. We talk about finding the right carb ranges for your activity level. Also we talk about why we love carbs so much and why they can seem addictive to some people.
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How does someone figure out how many carbs are right for them?
What are some signs it maybe a time cut back on carbs?
When to eat carbs around working out before or after?
How can lack of carbs be a problem for athletes?
What do you think of Mark Sisson’s carb curve?
Do you believe too low carb can wreak havoc on the thyroid?
What do you think about nutritional ketosis?
What do you think about the concept of being metabolically broken?
Some facebook questions:
Lorri : Why do I love them do much?? Lol
Courtney: Is there a way to eat sweet potatoes and still lose weight?
Andrea: everytime I add fruit back I gain everything I lost back?
Angela: How can I find out how many carbs I can eat and lose fat?
Susan: Can you care hypoglycemia (every time I add carbs /sugar back in it spirals – like an alcoholic taking a
Get excited about our upcoming shows!!
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