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Then you re feed your body through a cycle that lasts either 1 week or 2 weeks.

In the refeeding cycle you add certain amount of complex carbohydrates, limited amounts of fat and protein to your diet.

Follow a normal ketogenic diet for 5 days and then 2 days of carb loading with high to medium GI (glycemic index) foods.

On the 2 days when you do a carb-load, you increase your carb intake by 50 to 60%.

This high amount is typically above a person’s usual dietary intake, but the reason behind this increase is to immediately refill the glycogen levels in the liver and revamp muscle energy, but leave nothing behind to be stored as fat.

This wayyou increase your carb intake significantly during the cyclical “re feed,” also known as carb-load.

With this second option you follow a bi-weekly cycle where a ketogenic diet is followed for 10 to 12 days, followed by 3 to 4 days of carb loading.

Both of these options can yield good results, but it mainly depends on your own training schedule, goals, preference and results.

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Anybody who engages in bodybuilding, strength training, athletics and endurance athletes.

Athletes and bodybuilders use the refueled glycogen levels for high-intensity training, as a way of increasing endurance and maintaining muscle mass.

This sort of training would be extremely hard, if not impossible by only eating low carb.

For this reason, the time between carb-loads is very important, as well as the kinds of foods you eat during the carb-load is critical for the success of this diet and the continued health of your body.

It mainly depends on how intense your training is, as well as your overall fitness goals.

The first step will be to make sure you’re getting the right amount of nutrients during the low-carb part of this diet.

You need to calculate how much fat, protein and carbs you need to eat to stay in ketosis.

This calculation is based on:

Therefore your food intake should be:

Proteins and carbs have 4 calories/gram which means the total amount of calories so far is (150 + 30 {or less}) x 4 = 720 calories.

Given that this calculation is done for an athlete, we assume the higher carb ratio. For a non-athlete, work with the 0.1% to achieve an effective 5% carb intake.

Fat intake will be measured according to how many calories are leftover to reach the 2 000 calories/day goal (2000 – 720 = 1280). As 1 gm of fat has 9 calories, 1280/9 = 142 gm/day is the amount of total fat intake for one day.

Richard Roberts and Roger Kreuz, two psychologists at the US State Department and the University of Memphis, respectively, found recently that language acquisition (when people are younger) is made chiefly through memorization.

In their terrific book, “Becoming Fluent: How Cognitive Science Can Help Adults Learn a Foreign Language,” they demonstrated that people remember better and faster when they are younger.

But as we age — and frankly, our memory diminishes — we rely upon context to help us learn new words. In fact, the psychologists found that older people are more contextual than younger people, meaning they can suss out a situation faster and with more accuracy than their younger counterparts.

Though my Japanese language skills cannot hold a candle to my native English, fluency hasn’t stopped me from communicating extremely well in Tokyo. There were evenings there when, with friends holding lengthy conversations in Japanese, I’ve been able to join in and say (in English) “Sure, let’s go dancing later on.”

All I had to do was catch a vibe, a restlessness within the group and a glance.

In India, for example, rocking your head a little left and right means “yes.” In Switzerland and Germany, eye contact when making a request is desirable while in Japan, it can be considered rude. Thumbs up? Fine in Europe, but those are fighting “words” in the Middle East.

A tap on the shoulder, hand shakes, how close you stand or sit next to someone on the subway? All of these are defined by the distinct cultural norms of your destination.

Business communities around the world invest significant time and money into teaching employees how to behave themselves internationally.

And though you don’t need to sign up for a course, it’s wise to do a bit of basic research on nonverbal cues that exist in the country you’re about to visit. Not only will you avoid misunderstandings, but you’ll also enhance your trip.

After all, who wants to be in a situation where it’s not, “What did I say to upset that guy?,” but rather, “What just happened to upset him? I didn’t even say anything!

Speaking of silence, even this can vary widely across nations. In the States, with a group of people, it’s not uncommon to have interruptions, fast talking and interjections. Before you even hear the answer to a question, another is being asked.

That’s not the case in Japan. There, long pauses between statements are considered respectful. It shows that you’re listening. I’ve been out with friends in Kyoto when hours passed by and fewer than, say, 400 words were spoken between the four of us.

But the vibe, I must tell you, was very pleasant.

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