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Healthy Carbohydrate Foods

Good Carb Foods for Energy

Carbohydrates can provide about three quarters of daily calories. Research shows that people who consume the most carbohydrates – particularly in raw, nutritious foods such as beans, whole grains, fruits and vegetables – are at lower risk of cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes and obesity.

Studies suggest on the other side that avoiding carbs will potentially harm your wellbeing and increase the chance of heart attack death.

The majority of the calories in a balanced diet are fiber-rich carbohydrates and are essential to brain and muscle fuel.

Choose from complex carbohydrates, which are rich in fibre, for optimum health in whole grains. E.g. oats, oatmeal, 100% wheat-breads, quinoa, barley, potatoes and sweet potatoes. Naturally, these diets have many antioxidants, minerals and phytochemicals.

Limit basic carbohydrates, including added sugar, syrups (even agave) and white meal. The energy supply is fast, but nutrients and fibre have been removed. Fruit is the case. Sugar comes with fibre, vitamins, minerals as well as phytochemicals that improve health in the fruit. Engage in your diet with a lot of bright berries.

Sometime, when people believe they’re fattling, people stop sugars. But did you know the pumpkin is often deeply fried in oil for fried French — and pie, pan and pasta is often all butter and cheese vehicles? The high fat oils, butters and cheeses are the calories you really pack. In reality, fat is twice the calories of carbohydrates per gramme.

“Carbohydrates play a key role in a balanced diet. But some people think all the carbohydrates, from soda to candy, are equivalent. Decades of science informs us that this is only not real – the body manages lens separate from lollipops.”
Rishabh Narayan, Dietitian

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