When avoiding carbs, supplementing dietary intake with sports food is much simpler than finding the right combination of conventional foods.
According to the current state of knowledge, a diet low in carbohydrates but rich in protein is generally recommended. A high protein diet will make your digestion work harder due to its greater thermic effect resulting in less net calories. As carbohydrates provide quick energy, one has to bear in mind that if carbohydrate intake is reduced too much, it may have a negative influence on athletic performance as a consequence. Only during long-lasting low-intensity physical exercise can this energy be compensated by fats, but not during high-intensity exercise. Athletes that do high-intensity or short burst anaerobic exercise are thus discouraged from low-carb diets (exceptions apply for those on ketogenic diets).
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