A lot of people make the assumption that if you’re a low-carb runner, it means you don’t ever eat any carbs at all.
But this simply isn’t true.
There’s a time and place for carbs in your diet, but you need to understand how carbs affect you before you start piling all those sweet potatoes onto your plate.
We all have differing levels of tolerance when it comes to carbohydrates.
Some people can handle more than others without any negative side effects.
Others need to keep their carb intake fairly low or they experience all kinds of issues.
Carbohydrates are not “bad”, but understanding how you tolerate them can prevent a lot of common issues and negative side effects.
In this episode, I explain the importance of determining your carbohydrate tolerance so that you can lose weight, improve your endurance, and achieve all of your health and fitness goals.
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