Willy my body get used to the slow Carb Cycle and then in turn not burn Fat?
This Still all seems like a lot of Hocus Pocus to me.... but I have been doing it for a week and a half, preparing for my second Cheat/Binge day, and I have already lost over Ten Lbs. But I am afraid that my body will become conditioned to this predictable cycle and I will no Longer benefit from this diet, and Cheat Day will do more Harm than good.
The Best Answer
You're focusing too much on hypothetical variables. Focus on being consistent. If you are eating properly, working out and having your cheat days, it is literally impossible for your body NOT to change. If the cheat day does more harm than good, it would not be in the book. Think about it! When you eat unhealthy all the time, your body continues to change and gets bigger. Why didn't it just "get used to it" and not change? So eating healthier and being active should have the reserve affect.
Stop worry so much. Aim for consistency.
The body does tend to adapt to things that we do consistently. Thus, the cheat day. Additionally, for people who are looking to drop into the sub-10% BF realm, there are the cyclical ketogenic diet (CKD) or intermittent fasting (IF). Personally, I don't enjoy the ketogenic diet as it makes me jittery, queasy and irritable, but I know it does work. That said, I'm going to start adding a day of IF to help peel a bit more insulation of my mid-section.
But after two months of eating the slow carb way, my wife and I have decided that we are adopting the SCD as our default way of eating. Mainly because it's working, we both really enjoy the food on it, we love the way we feel (energetic and not starving all the time) and we find it easily sustainable.
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