Fruits with high and low glycemic index
High Carb Foods: What to Eat and What to Avoid
Good carbs vs Bad Carbs infographic. Learn what's healthy and what's not. Helpful Carbohydrate food list.
Natural foods high in Complex Carbs -  Carbohydrates // A great list for those with Diabetes and Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email So much fuss about what to eat and what not to eat. So many “diets” people try to do in an attempt to LOSE WEIGHT. Truthfully, I think that if people actually had the correct FACTS, if they tried to understand food, their bodies and just tried to be more…
Low carbohydrate diets are common for weight loss, but how many carbs can you eat and still lose weight?  The Institute of Medicine suggests a minimum requirement of 130 gm of carbohydrates per day. This amount per day is needed for the brain because the central nervous system (CNS) uses only carbohydrates for fuel.  When […]
Surprisingly, on this scale, complex carbohydrate foods such as Shredded Wheat and wholemeal bread have a high GI (approx. 70) and raise blood sugar nearly as fast or faster than a chocolate bar. By contrast most fruits and milk - which are rich in sugars - have a relatively low GI (less than 50).   Read more:
[What Everyone Ought To Know About Nutrition]
Good Carbs Vs. Bad Carbs Infographic
For reducing risk increasing diabetes which cause higher diabetes blood glucose levels are higher than normal.
Vegetable Macronutrients Chart:: Know how much fat, protein and carbohydrates are in your soup.
Love 'em or leave 'em, today we're talking carbohydrates. Check out part 2 of our Nutrition 101 series to learn how we use them and the healthier ones to choose.
Good Carbs vs Bad Carbs - To #loseweight and achieve your #weightloss goals you should opt for good unprocessed carbs over bad processed carbs.
Carbs: Fruits vs. Veggies