In the article discussion, Dave Barr states that veggies don’t count for carbs, so you don’t have to count them in your carb total. I’m guessing sweet potato or a small amount of oatmeal would be ok.
Those are not veggies. Spinach, cucumbers, broccoli, and radishes are vegetables.
Vegetable carbs don’t count, but then again, vegetables like corn and potatoes don’t count as vegetables. (thanks to Mike Roussell for that one).
That is what he said in the article discussion.[/quote]
You have to watch yourself, and not to be a fanatic, but soluble fiber is partially utilized by the body, and so only half of it's value should be subtracted from your CHO count.
Other foods to eat, hard cheeses, healthy oils/fats..
eggs, most have .6 to 1gm CHO per egg. I use egglands best right now as they have Omega3 and zero carb/egg.
Anyway this is very akin to the anabolic diet, which is what I'm on, and you can get lots of info on the big thread on it..
There are lots of "copycat" diets, all based in difft ways on Mauro DiPasquales diet, which IMO is the best.
You get tremendous results from it like increased growth hormone output working in tandem w/inulin spiking on weekends, and test is up as well from increased saturated fats.
Hope this gives a couple good pointers your way.
good luck, ToneBone