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The official site of Carb Back-loading is at www.carbbackloading.com. This domain is registered under John Kiefer himself, who is both administrative and technical contact. His address is listed as Oakland, California.


We are often told to avoid carbohydrates because an increased intake of carbohydrates leads to a build-up of glucose in the blood. This, in turn, can damage vital organs; increase the levels of triglycerides in the blood; and even lead to obesity. However, according to Carb Back-loading, the
key is not in avoiding carbohydrates, but in knowing when they should be consumed and how.

Carb Back-loading consists of eating carbohydrates at the right time, and operates on three major principles. First, you will need to
limit carbohydrate intake in the morning. This might seem counterintuitive, since many breakfast foods are composed of carbohydrates. However, research shows that taking out carbohydrates from the early part of the day can add to strength, stamina, and even smarts.

Second, you will need to exercise using resistance training in order to build up muscle mass and lessen the amount of fat in your body. Third, after a workout, you can enhance the growth of muscles and accelerate the loss of even more fat by piling on the carbohydrates.

Practical Application

These principles are easy to apply. In the morning, you will need to stay away from oatmeal, whole wheat bread, rice, and other high carbohydrate foods. You then need to enroll in a gym, and focus on weight and resistance training. That is, you will need to work with resistance bands and heavy weights. Third, after the gym, you can eat ice cream, cookies, and other high carbohydrate sweets in order to restore and build muscle. Continued below....

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Many diets nowadays attribute the current obesity epidemic to an overload of carbohydrates and processed foods. Some diets are built around completely depriving the body of carbohydrates. However, Carb Back-Loading does the opposite: it encourages the consumption of carbohydrates in order to rebuild and tone the body. Is this effective and correct, or will it lead to an unhealthy lifestyle?

Product Overview

Carb Back-Loading boasts of being a diet that does not deprive you of the foods that you like to eat, as long as you eat them at the right time. Carb Back-Loading is an eBook that details what kinds of foods you should consume, what kinds of exercise you should be doing, and what foods to stay away from and when.

What’s Included

The Carb Back-Loading package costs
$57 and is available on the main Carb Back-Loading site through its link to the ClickBank Marketplace. This package has a 60-day money back guarantee. It comes with forum support and free upgrades to the product in the future.


Carb Back-loading was created by
John Kiefer. Originally a physicist, he became a nutritionist later on.

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Carb Back-Loading has become immensely popular especially among weight lifters. It also has, as a result, many different social media pages. For instance, the download has 123 likes on its Facebook page.

Dangerously Hardcore, which is affiliated with John Kiefer, has over 3000 likes on its Facebook fan page. The program also has its own Twitter page which has over 2,500 followers.