Fat First, Carbs Last
Research shows that swapping out carbohydrates for healthy fats in the morning results in improved metabolic profiles — regulated blood sugar levels, lowered body fat, improved cardiac health, increased energy, improved sleep, and fewer cravings!
The importance of when you eat also accounts for carbohydrates.
I encourage you to eat carbohydrates last. This means both at the end of your meals but also save your carbs for later in the day.
The reason for this is due to a metabolic process called Ketosis. It’s a physiological state in which your body uses fat as fuel in the absence of carbohydrate.