Most athletes are under the assumption that before a big race or event it's best to eat a ton of carbohydrates so that you'll have plenty of energy. The problem with that is even though you eat a lot of carbs you can still hit a wall, or in other words become overly fatigued, which makes it difficult to achieve your endurance goals.
The Body Reboot book tells us how the keto diet may benefit athletes. In fact, you may be surprised to learn that on the keto diet, where you are consuming fat and protein and significantly cutting back on the carbs, you actually have more energy when performing endurance type exercises. Why is this? Well, once your body is keto adapted (meaning your body is used to burning fat for an extended period of time as opposed to carbs), fat gives your body the energy that it needs and it just so happens that this energy is long lasting. Learn more by watching the video:
Isn't it great that after being on the keto diet for a period of three to six months that you should have a lot more energy? This is excellent news for athletes who want to achieve their goals by either running marathons, triathlons, and other related sports. Plus, who needs those bad effects that come from carbohydrates? No, thank you.
There are many more benefits to going on the keto diet and you can learn the scoop. At the time of writing this post, we're currently giving away free copies of the Body Reboot book because it's our mission to increase awareness and to help people lose weight and get healthy! If you help us cover the cost of shipping, we’ll send a copy to your door FREE. Go over to this page to see if there are any copies left.
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Discover how to activate your body's “Reboot Switch” that flips on a fat burning inferno so you can finally achieve your weight loss goals!