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Dense Source of Carbs?

Commented on September 18, 2014
Created August 20, 2014 at 2:19 PM

I'm trying to get up to 150-200g of net carbs per day (30% of calories ala PHD), but i'm struggling to get more than 120g, i usually have about a pound of white potatoes with my evening meal as i seem tolerate starch well, i don't seem to like fruit much so that's not an option. Any suggestions on other sources of carbs i could introduce? Ideally a tuber that has the micro's of white potatoes but more carbs? Thanks for any tips

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on September 18, 2014
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Just to update i found the dense source of carbs i was looking for, cassava!

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on August 20, 2014
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Have you tried to go with rice? It's easy to make in a pan or you can invest in a rice maker (or an Instant Pot like I just got and love).

Also, buckwheat is the "least offensive grain" per PHD...I would put that in my smoothies when trying to put on some extra muscle (I know that whole sentence was basically un-paleo).

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on August 20, 2014
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I can't believe i didn't think of rice! Shame it's so low on potassium, but brown rice has tons of Mg and i do miss that rice texture in my dishes, it's been aaages since i've had any, buckwheat does look good on all fronts aswell, thanks

Quinoa also looks pretty good, although not necessarily more carb dense than white potatoes

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