I get back from Muay Thai and grappling at night, eat dinner, and then go to bed a couple hours later. I always have chicken, a salad, and sometimes a couple of eggs (both white and yoke). I don't eat carbohydrates, because I heard the body doesn't need the energy from carbs when it's about to go to sleep. So if I did have carbs, it would just get stored as fat. However, I was just studying the bioenergetics section of my CSCS study materials, and they said "Post-exercise carbohydrate ingestion is critical. If inadequate, glycogen resysnthesis is impaired." The glycogen is the stuff in your muscles that will be used for energy in glycolytic activities (stuff that lasts 30 seconds to 3 minutes...like hitting a round of thai pads or sparring) and oxidative activites (like running for 30 minutes). So should I have carbs for dinner? Does it matter if they come from fruits or starches (like bread, rice, pasta)?