High Carb Fat Loss – by Rusty Moore & Mark Kislich

High Carb Fat Loss - by Rusty Moore & Mark KislichClick Image To Visit SiteThe only time your body attempts to convert carbs into fat is when your muscles are 100% full of glycogen.

The average person can store up to 1,500-2,000 calories of glycogen. It takes sustained extreme overfeeding of carbs before your body begins the process of converting carbs to fat.

My background includes being a fitness advisor to runway models… men and women who need to add definition while staying slim enough to fit into stylish clothing.

I’ve also been a full-time fitness writer for the past 10 years and teach the "definition without excess size" training methods in my Visual Impact Fitness courses.

I am running a wildly popular fitness blog and an Olympic Strength & Conditioning Coach who lives in Iceland begins providing great tips in the comment section.

"Dude! Are you getting ready for a contest or something? You look like you are at about 5% body fat. WHAT have you been doing?"

I didn’t fully adopt a Paleo approach but was definitely influenced by a lot of the stuff they taught.

The ketogenic diet is to the point where relatives who aren’t even into fitness will ask you about it.

"Rusty, have you heard of the keto diet? Supposedly you can get lean eating bacon and butter. Also… Kelly Ripa says that rice is now bad for you."

Then a talk show host talks about the exact same thing 10 years later and all of a sudden it enters their reality.

My face got lean and more angular shortly after beginning this diet… and my skin looked more radiant and full of color.

We are 100% convinced that our High Carb Fat Loss Blueprint will be a more effective approach for you.

This will give you the energy levels of a teenager while accelerating the rate at which you lose body fat.

If High Carb Fat Loss doesn’t provide you with greater energy, more vibrant skin and steady fat loss, you will receive all of your money back. Read more…

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