darren234 saidI've read somewhere that apparently it's a great way to loose fat because carbs give you energy that turns into fat if not fully digested by the time you hit the pillow.
I eat only carbs (oatmeal, fruits etc) before 12pm and vary till 6pm my balance, then just fat/protein(chops, turkey, eggs) thereafter. Is this healthy and does it in fact help you lower your body fat percentage?
It's stupid. You should eat carbs when the time is right. When is the time right? Right when you get up when you break the fast (breakfast), before exercise, and it's critical after exercise. Time of day has NOTHING to do with when it's the right time.
Eat some carbs before bed, as long as it isn't a butt pile of sugar, will, help with satiation and help you get to sleep and to stay asleep.
It's critical you carb up, and push protein post workout, if you expect to make any decent gains.
Carbs don't turn into fat. They bind with water and oxygen and form glycogen and refuel your liver and muscles.
High insulin levels, from high blood sugar can cause fat storage, but, that fat is usually fat to begin with, and not carbs, nor protein. (Study up on what it takes to convert carbs to fat, and what it takes to convert protein to fat.)
God is real. Yeah, right. Doh.