Let’s look at some key information about carbs from nutritionists. We’ll also look at a list of tasty foods that will help you diet safely and get rid of that excess weight once and for all — and keep it off!
Why no-carb diets are bad for you 0:33
Carbohydrates and Weight Loss 2:02
Complex carbs 2:28
Simple carbs 3:01
7 Complex Carbs You Should Eat 4:15
7. Chickpeas 4:49
6. Corn 5:33
5. Pasta 6:29
4. Green beans and asparagus 7:35
3. Mushrooms 8:27
2. Rice 9:09
1. Potatoes 10:03
-Cutting out carbs entirely causes a condition called hypoglycemia, which can produce feelings of hunger, shakiness, dizziness, confusion, difficulty speaking, or anxiety. If your body goes into ketosis, it starts burning reserves of fat for energy.
-The most important thing to remember about carbs is that they provide us with energy. They are our body’s main fuel source, and they are key to metabolizing fat and protein.
-Complex carbs contain starch, fiber, pectin, and glycogen. They include bread, beans, cereals, pasta, potatoes, vegetables, and nuts.
-Simple carbs contain glucose, fructose, galactose, sucrose, and maltose. They include fruit, milk, sweets, pastries, beer, and most fast food.
-Eating all carbs, even complex carbs, will saturate your body with fuel, and it will have to store all that excess fuel somewhere. Eat what you need to support your level of activity and exercise regimen.
-Chickpeas give you a good hit of fiber, which slows digestion to a healthy pace and helps control the amount of food we eat.
-The protein and vitamins contained in corn help us get healthy skin, hair, and nails, contribute to fat burning, and have fiber to stimulate the work of the intestines.
-Whole grain pasta contains complex carbs, which supply us with energy and clean our body of toxins.
-Green beans contain potassium, which strengthens muscles and normalizes the work of the intestines. Asparagus possesses the same benefits. It contains fiber and large amounts of vitamins, helps lower high blood pressure, cleans out toxins, and stimulates the work of the heart.
-Amino acids, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and vitamins B, C, and D make mushrooms a very healthy dish.
-Wild rice contains a small number of calories and a huge amount of fiber, protein, and tryptophan, an amino acid that serves as a natural sedative.
-Boiling potatoes or baking them with vegetables and a little olive oil preserves their useful elements.
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