Just curious, in my old age for various reasons I enjoy doing low carb or keto at times to stay leaner. Im not 100% its the only way to go to get fit or healthy, as BB have been doing chicken, rice, yams, oatmeal, and eggs for years. Just to make it clear Im not trying to start any debate on which is best or saying one diet is better.
Curious because I know many people who do lots of endurance work, jogging, biking, marathon training, or triathlons, etc...yet so many people around here look like fat sausages stuffed in a condom on their bikes or running....Im so betting many of them are not getting enough protein and fats....
Everyone here is probably more iron geared like myself, and we are worried about the weightroom. But is anyone here a runner or road riding biker? Can recreational endurance athletes pull off a low carb diet? Supplemented with lots of protein, BCAAs, and EFAs? And during their training sip on a carb drink with BCAAs in it, and try to eat "good carbs" pre and post training, while minimizing them otherwise sticking to meat and veggies.
Just curious...what kind of diets and supplements you would suggest for porkly steady state folks who are probably scared of eating more protein or fat