NEVER Store High Carb Foods As Fat (2 simple steps)

NEVER Store High Carb Foods As Fat (2 simple steps)

November 9, 2019 1 By William Morgan


– Hey, everybody.
What is up?
Shaun Hadsall here
we Get Lean After 40.
And did you know that the
Tarahumara Indians, the Kitava
islanders, and the
Japanese cultures all
eat 60% to 80% carbohydrates?
Yet, they are leaner,
healthier, live longer,
and have less disease than
the rest of the world.
So what gives?
So inside this video,
I want to teach you
why carbs are so important
for your metabolic health
and how you can eat them
like these cultures,
so that they never
spill over and get
stored as fat on your body.
They help you optimize hormones.
And in fact, when you
eat glucose-based starchy
carbohydrates like
potatoes and rice,
your body only stores one out
of every 120 calories as fat,
unless–
and this is the key–
you consume that starchy carb
with too much fat in your diet.
You see, carbs, starchy
carbohydrates from nature,
even the ones God created,
have natural sugars in them,
and so they spike insulin higher
and faster than other foods.
So because of that, insulin
is a storage hormone.
So when insulin is
elevated inside the body
and you eat fat along with
it, that fat is present,
it’s going to take that fat,
and it’s going to store it.
And whether the Tarahumara
Indians, or the Kitava
islanders, or the Japanese
culture realize it or not,
they’re eating 60% to 80%
carbohydrates with protein
in every single meal.
For example, the
Japanese, you know
they’re eating their white
rice with lean ahi tuna, right?
Things like this.
Tarahumara Indians,
digging up sweet potatoes.
I think they 60% to 70%
sweet potatoes in their diet.
They’re digging up
sweet potatoes every day
and eating it
alongside the animal
that they just
hunted for dinner.
That morning, they hunt it for
the dinner that night, right?
They hunt and gather
during the day.
So this is a prime
example that we
can use so that carbs never
get stored is fat on our body,
and it improves our
metabolic health
and our hormonal condition.
So here’s the key.
Always eat your
starchy-based carbs, even
your ripe fruits like ripe
bananas and stuff like that.
Always eat a fist-sized portion
with a lean palm-sized portion
of protein.
This will minimize
the insulin spike.
And since fat is not present–
I mean, you can still eat 10 to
15 grams of fat in these meals,
and you’re fine.
I’m talking about excessive,
Keto-type of meals,
where you have a lot of fat in
a meat, like bread and butter.
Your body’s going to store
that bread is fat simply
because you ate it with butter.
The bread spikes the insulin.
The insulin stores
the butter as fat.
It’s as simple as that.
So just eat your
starchy carbohydrates
with leaner cuts of red meat,
leaner cuts of animal protein.
Minimize your egg yolks
when you’re eating eggs,
so only have like
maybe one or two
every time you eat
a serving of eggs.
They’re super healthy
for you, but they
do contain a lot of fat.
So just a simple
way to make sure
that when you eat carbohydrates,
they’re burned as fuel
or they’re stored
inside your muscle,
in your liver tissue as
glycogen, as long as fat
is not present in the
bloodstream at the same time,
and you’re not overeating them.
So here’s the key.
Make sure you consume them
three or four days per week
before and after exercise
with lean protein.
That way, these carbs will be
used as fuel during the workout
and/or after the
workout, they will
replenish that depleted
muscle and liver
glycogen that’s been
drained during the workout.
The next best time,
believe it or not,
to help regulate
your cortisol cycle
and release more
melatonin is to have
your carbs a couple of days
of the week at dinnertime.
Research shows that
people who diet
and had their carbs at night
not only lose more weight.
They sleep better, because
these carbs blunt cortisol.
That allows melatonin
and serotonin
to be released
throughout the night.
Now, this will also increase
your growth hormone pulses.
And then strategically
having these cards
like this is also going to
boost your hormonal health,
because when you diet and
exercise really, really hard,
your body suffers from
metabolic slowdown.
That triggers a decline in
thyroid and leptin hormones.
And these high-carb
healthy meals
can help basically reset
your leptin and your thyroid
sensitivity.
I lost my lighting
here and my sound.
But anyway, thanks
for watching this.
If you got something out
of it, hit the like button.
Remember, knowledge is power,
but only if it’s applied.
And in this case,
we have real-world
proof from the Tarahumara,
from the Kitava islanders,
from the Japanese culture.
And research that shows only
one in every 120 calories
that you eat from
glucose-based carbohydrates
gets stored as fat on your body.
Now, you can eat lots of carbs
and never store them as fat.
And remember,
knowledge is power,
but only if it’s
applied, so go apply
this to improve your body
and life Thanks for watching,
and God bless.