Let's dispel some of the mistakes around this common notion that eating more carbohydrates increases energy and glycogen stores.
You've heard this before, and it's a myth that refuses to die.
From a basic calory standpoint this appears to make sense. At 9 calories per gram, versus 4 in carbohydrates and proteins, you could think that eating more fat would lead to more weight because of higher calorie load. But that's not how the body works.