barriehomeboy saidyour body takes care of itself. What you eat today might not be used until tomorrow. Your body stores nutrients until it needs them.
That's absolutely not true. Some things are "just in time" and water soluble. Once your carbs (glycogen) is loaded, it either gets stored, or dumped, same thing with protein.
You need to further research digestion / nutrition before you make such a proclamation.
Carbons chains (fats, lipids, MCT, carbs, sugars, etc.) are either stored, burned, or excreted. Proteins are not stored beyond the ability of your body to shuttle it into your cells. You don't have a water-soluble vitamin storage organ, nor a protein storage organ (muscle have protein and in starvation mode are canibalized). Fat stores carb chains (more tightly bonded than carbs, or alcohol).
You're way, way, way, off.
Your ability to upload carbs and nutrition is enhanced in the golden hour or so post workout where it can be up remarkably higher. You can only digest so much at a given time, and that's why small meals often are critical to good nutrition and optimized training. Timing IS everything.