use. In an ideal world, all who use our products would be versed in the finer points of an athletic-lifestyle diet; unfortunately, not all have the time or information, and that is where we come in!
You! Yes you! But you may be asking, “Who am I?”. Fantastic question, unfortunatelyhere at USP Labs we can only assist you in narrowing down what carb-reaction type you are. Allexistential questions will be covered in our next manual “USP Labs’ Guide toExistentialism” (joking). There is quite a bit of controversy and debate surrounding how manymetabolic types there are (3, 30, 300?) and all these opinions depend on exactly what one iscategorizing the body as. There are body-frame categories, categories surrounding metabolicrate, blood type, fat-level, etc., As it becomes pretty difficult to quantify these things, and theyare rather subjective, we are going to forego this types of categorizations in this manual andsimplify things a great deal by creating categories based solely on one’s reactions tocarbohydrates; in this manner, we can avoid over-complicating this issue, and get down to thenitty-gritty about Anabolic Pump, which is how it uses the carbohydrates you place into your body. So, without further adieu, let us lay down the main carb-reaction types we have noticed atUSP Labs.
As the name suggests, individuals in this category have a little to no reaction tocarbohydrates, and generally calories in general; in other words, the classic ‘hard-gainer’. Thekey point in being included in this category is a complete ‘non-reaction’, for all intensive purposes. Individuals in this category see very little residual adipose gain from an excess incalories, but very little muscle gain as well. Those of you who are Carb Non-Responders are