Elite Athletes are Saying Hi Fat Bye Carbs

Say Hi To Good Saturated Fats and Bye To Cheap Processed Carbs for better performance in your Sport, Work and Life

Cheap processed carbs can be extremely harmful for your body but complex carbohydrates are an excellent source of nutrition.

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Saturated fats like Coconut Oil are an ideal fuel for your mind and body.  Remember, your brain is 60% fat and mother’s milk is 50% fat.

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Watch and listen to former high carb proponent Professor Tim Noakes give his mea culpa on youtube here.

Teams Going High Fat Low Carbs

Australian cricket team under Dr. Peter Brukner with Shane Watson, David Warner and Steve Smith being 3 players to have greatly benefited.  Listen to Dr. Peter Brukner on youtube about “Can Elite Athletes Eat LCHF And Win?”

MMA World Title Winner Primed Jenel Lausa

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L.A. Lakers under Dr. Cate Shanahan

Melbourne Football Club and Port Power Football Club in the Australian Football League

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Image above from Jimmy Moore.

Individuals on Hi Fat Bye Carbs

Basketballers Le Bron James and Kobe Bryant – Bryant focuses on eating only pasture-fed produce, limiting his intake of carbohydrates, and erasing sugar and processed foods from his diet. The result? “I feel like I can run all day long,” Bryant says. “A lot of that has to do with diet and being committed to it, and watching what I eat.”

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Also cool Philippine Basketball League players like Sean Anthony.

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Grant Hill – NBA All-Star & Olympic Gold Medalist

Other basketballers include Dwayne Wade, Dwight Howard, Ray Allen and Steve Nash.

Gary Ablett – The best Australian League Footballer

Triathlete Paula Newby-Fraser – won 28 Ironman triathlons and was named triathlete of the millenium. Paula Newby-Fraser is the all-time greatest Ironman World Champion in history winning 8 times from 1986 to 1996.
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Triathlete Mark Allen – won 6 Ironman World Championships at Kona between 1989 and 1995

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Triathlete Simon Whitfield – credits much of his success – 10 consecutive Canadian Triathlon Championship titles, gold in the triathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics, and silver in 2008 – to eating HFLC.

According to Simon, “I think it’s a testament to the fact that I’m still doing it at 38, and I’m healthy and injury-free.”

Simon’s daily diet includes staples like coconut oil, bacon, and ghee butter, with a focus on quality fats, proteins and “adequate” amounts of carbohydrate supplies mainly from green leafy vegetables.

Elite Tenpin Bowling Team – The Primed Mt. Labo Rollers

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The Ironman – Sami Inkinen 

In 2009, World Amateur Ironman Champion turned his back on sports drinks, gels, oatmeal and pasta. The fat adapted Finn has since broken all the rules, propelling himself to an 8h 24min Ironman time on a sugar free, whole foods diet consisting of 70% fat with minimal training (10-12 hours/wk). Featured image of Finn Sami Inkinen from here.

I am proud of my own personal LCHF Malaysian Ironman in Langkawi based on 9 hours training per week and my LCHF Melbourne Ironman result of 11 hours 41 minutes.

Tennis player Novak Djokovic – World number 1 Tennis Player & Grand Slam Champion

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Timothy Olson – Ultramarathoner & 2012 Western States 100 Winner

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Even Gold Medal Winning Elite Dogs Like Cookie are Going Primed

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Some Parting Images as to Why to Eat Good Fats

Images above from here.

Not even the ants are silly enough to eat the margarine and low fat margarine. They know that fat rocks. Butter is back. Bread is dead.

Picture of Kobe Bryant and some content came from thepostgame blog.

Other images of athletes courtesy of www.stayfitcentral.com that also features other LCHF athletes.

Any one else out there on the LCHF lifestyle?  Please feel free to share with us and comment here.

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