I don’t really wanna manage it so intensely, as you put it. I was just wondering if I’m fucking up somehow. And I’m only basing it on the thing that you’re not really supposed to mix carb,fat,prot all together. Unless that’s a myth and I got sucked in by it. I mean, I know there’s a difference getting all of the macros mixed up in let’s say pepperoni pizza, and what I describe before. I’m just wondering how “bad” is it in the type of snack I mentioned.
Thanks for input.
PS: feel free to list snacks
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The main aesthetic reason combining carbs and fats could potentially be a problem is that you’re making it more likely that the insulin response caused by the carbohydrates will then also shuttle the fats you’ve ingested into fat storage. An apple unless I’m mistaken creates a relatively small insulin response so in my opinion, like I said before, it’s not the best snack I can think of, but it’s not that bad either. A similar scenario could be combining a rib eye steak and broccoli which I do all the time. This isn’t going to be a problem because broccoli although technically a carbohydrate isn’t going to have an impact on your insulin levels. I personally don’t snack like that. I don’t like to worry about “free-style” eating, so I actually follow a boring plan every day. The actual foods change, i.e. 350 grams of tilapia instead of 350 grams of chicken at such and such a time. But the construct and timing remain the same.