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Meb - you beat me to it!
I second that: When you add in more carbs, especially starchy ones, your calories will increase accordingly.
Just don't go nuts. ;)
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If you follow the BFFM Carb Cycling plan, it is a combo. Your higher carb days are also your higher calorie days and vice versa. There is some info on the message boards on this too. If you need help, please let me know.
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Can you COMBINE carb cycling with calorie cycling? Like, can your high calorie day also be your high carb day? Your average calorie day be your low carb day, then your low calorie day be your no carb day?
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