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WHY IS CARBOHYDRATES SUPPLEMENTS IMPORTANT ?or Mus

cle Growth and Retention

We know that carbohydrates can improve performance during training. This will definitely lead to muscle growth in the long run, but carbs also have the ability to increase muscle growth though. This is mainly through the actions of insulin. As stated previously, consuming carbs prompts your body to release insulin.


Insulin increases protein synthesis (muscle growth), which is the number one goal of every lifter. One way insulin causes growth  is by increasing transportation of amino acids from your blood stream to your muscles. It also binds with the muscle cell membrane that triggers an onslaught of reactions that lead to growth.


Insulin is also anti-catabolic meaning it prevents muscle loss. From an anti-catabolic standpoint insulin keeps the catabolic hormone cortisol at bay. One of cortisol functions is to breakdown proteins (muscle tissue) and convert it to energy. When insulin levels are high cortisol levels are lower. This is the primary anti-catabolic power of insulin.

During training the body is in a catabolic state as cortisol levels are high. Some of this muscle loss can be counteracted by consuming high glycemic carbs before and during training.


After training the body will continue to be in a catabolic state until protein and carbohydrates are consumed. For this reason high glycemic carbs should also be consumed after training. The body is in a unique state immediately after training. It is much more sensitive to nutrients and and protein synthesis is increased beyond normal resting levels. This is yet another reason to mix carbohydrates with your post training protein shake.


Lastly, consuming high glycemic carbohydrates will replenish glycogen stores that have been depleted by training. This will lead to faster recovery and a better workout tomorrow.


 

Carb Timing :


When to eat and supplement with carbs can be important for performance. Here are the best times to take in your carbs throughout the day.


Breakfast - After a whole night of fasting, liver and muscle glycogen stores are going to be depleted. It is important to eat whole food carbs at this time to restock glycogen stores. Fruit, oatmeal, or whole grain cereals are good choices for breakfast.


2-3 Hours Before Training - Eating carbs before training will allow carbs to be in your blood stream at the time you are working out. This will fuel training and lead to a more productive, intense workout. Slow digesting carbs from food sources are the best choices. Ideal choices for carbs at this time are sweet potatoes, whole wheat bread, or whole wheat pasta.


Immediately Before, During, and After Training - These carbs will not only fuel intense training but restock liver glycogen stores as they are being depleted by heavy training. These carbs will also serve to protect muscle tissue from breakdown by increasing insulin levels. To get the biggest insulin spike you will want to consume high glycemic carbohydrates in supplement form. Dextrose and maltodextrin are the best choices here. Waxy maize is also a very popular choice.


1-2 Hours After Training - Carbs at this time will serve to keep insulin levels elevated after training. The longer you can keep insulin elevated the more muscle growth you will attain. These carbs will also top off glycogen stores facilitate faster recovery after training. Slow digesting carbs from whole foods are best. Things like sweet potatoes, brown rice, and vegetables are best.


Before Bed - While it is often considered a no no to eat carbs before bed this is a myth. Carbs before bed are important for muscle growth. As you are preparing to lay down for a whole night of fasting it is important to eat carbs to make sure muscle and liver glycogen levels will not dip too low during the night. A slow digesting carbohydrate source such as a piece of fruit will work well here.