Here is the quote:
If your goal is body composition in general, the following rule applies:
Must-have carb sources: green veggies (broccoli, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, celery, asparagus, etc.)
Can-have carb sources: other veggies (except potatoes), berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc.)
Occasional carb sources: Other fruits
Rare carb sources: brown rice, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, cream of wheat, potatoes, yams
Should-avoid carb sources: white bread, white pasta, oatmeal
Must-avoid carb source: pastries, cookies, candy and any other junk sugary food
Must avoid is a given.
But I always thought that priority carbs were oats + brown rice (among other things like sweet potatoes) but never in the rare/should avoid category?
For fat loss, I would have thought almost all fruits would be removed.
Surely having green veg for carbs is way too low in actual carb content?
Anyone care to elaborate? Maybe someone who has worked with Thibs on such a diet?