OMAD With Carbs – Don’t Mix Fat With Carbs

OMAD With Carbs – Don’t Mix Fat With Carbs

November 6, 2019 3 By William Morgan


If you’re following the one meal a day
diet the OMADdiet but you’re actually
mixing your fat and your carbohydrates
together within the same meal you might
want to rethink it but in this video I’m
gonna explain why I personally stop
mixing my fats and my carbohydrates
together when I’m following a OMAD
protocol and now we’re getting much
better results. Hello, everyone, my name is
Mike Cola and I’ve been a fitness
trainer and gym owner for over 30 years
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videos. I’ve been experimenting with the
one meal a day diet for years always
looking for ways to make it better I
initially started doing it in a real
traditional way where I would fast for
23 hours and then taking in all my calories
within a one hour eating window
but over time I felt that I was just too
hard for me to consume enough calories
with just that one hour eating window
plus I would get bloated was hard to eat
all that food so then I expanded
my eating window to like a three hour
eating window so for example I was fast
for 21 hours and then take in all my
calories within a three hour eating
window and I really liked that like for
example every Sunday my family
comes over but we have like a nice
three-hour feast like I’m so I fast all
day taking all my calories with a nice
3-hour feast with the whole family
well in the last few months I’ve even
modified it even further and I’m getting
even better results now within my 3 hour
eating window
I don’t mix fats and carbohydrates
together within the same meal I split it
up okay and the reason why I do that is
that carbohydrates will give you the
biggest spike in insulin you know when
you eat carbohydrates the pancreas will
produces insulin to take the sugar out
of the blood right so for example if you
are eating a lot of fat at the same time
you’re getting the spike in insulin from
the carbohydrates you know insulin is
also a storage hormone for fat
it’s gonna make it easier for your body
to store away fat which you don’t want to
do I don’t I want to keep my body fat
low so this is exactly what I do I start
the OMAD that 3-hour
eating window with protein
and fats okay so for example I have a
nice big piece of salmon, okay you know I
also put a lot of olive oil on the
salmon I may take some fibrous
vegetables along with it because I do want
protein fat and fiber so what I’ll do
there is that I’ll pick like very low
net carb vegetables like broccoli
cauliflower string beans things
along the lines of that if you don’t
know what I mean by net carbs, net carbs just
means that when you take total carbs and
you minus the fiber okay so for example
there’s two basic types of fiber the
soluble and there’s insoluble fiber like
soluble fiber is that really digested it
just goes right through your digestive
tract you know creates bulk in the stool
and the the insoluble fiber does get
digested in the colon kind of like feeds
the good bacteria in your colon
really good for you but most of the fiber
you’re consuming from vegetables and
from fruits and from foods is the
soluble type so that’s why you know when
you’re eating vegetables you don’t
really get a big spike in insulin so by
me having say salmon with olive oil and
say a couple of different vegetables
high fibrous vegetables
I’m not spiking my insulin okay then
what I do is that I wait about two hours
to the low end of that three hour eating
window to the end of three out eating
with you and then I’ll take in my carbs
then I may have like a couple of sweet
potatoes or maybe I’ll even take in some
resistant starches which are great a resistant starch is just starches carbohydrates
that are resistant to digest.
They become like fiber for example if
you take a white potato and you keep it
cold you put in the refrigerator like
for 24 hours you can take it out heat it
up a little bit it becomes a resistance
starch so that’s what I’ve been doing
I’ve been eating my proteins my fat and
my fiber with one in the beginning of
the 3-hour eating window then I wait a
couple of hours and then I take a most
of my carbohydrate and it’s actually
working
incredible I feel like my body fat is
going down is definitely worth the try
you know try it and leave a comment let
me know if you’re doing the OMAD diet
try to split up your fat and your carbs
try to try to space them out a little
bit expand the eating
window spacing out and let me know how
you do definitely leave a comment okay
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