Carbs.

by Jocelyn
(Vic)

I think people have a problem with carbs as they don't know exactly what they should have, or not have, as the case maybe.

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by: Steve

Hi Jocelyn,

Great to hear from you and thanks for your comments.

You're right! Most people don't know exactly what foods contain carbs and even more so, they don't know the difference between the different sources of carbs, i.e. the high, medium and low-density carbs.

As a result, they have a tendency to eat too much carbohydrate each day and therefore put on weight.

This problem is magnified even more when so-called nutrition experts claim that carbs don't make you fat but it's what people put on the carbs that makes them fat, i.e. butter on bread, sour cream on potatoes, etc.

However, once people are aware of the different sources of carbohydrates they can then adjust their intake accordingly and get results faster.

This is explained here on Quick Weight Loss Principles in quite a lot of detail.

Of course, even knowing the different carb sources itself is not enough, they actually have to then implement the changes, which is often easier said than done!

All the best Jocelyn!

Regards,

Steve.

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