How to Decide Between Good and Bad Carbohydrates

What are good and bad carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are the building blocks for energy but it is also essential to know, that for a healthy, strong and sexy body, which block is to be used.

 Basically, carbohydrates are the molecules present in pulses, dairy products or sweets that are found in three types:-
 

1. SUGAR

Sugar can be easily broken into glucose(Major source of energy). Our Daily Food contains sugar naturally( in fruits as FRUCTOSE, and in Dairy products as LACTOSE). But the sugar that everyone is concerned with is the added sugar. Sweeteners such as Table sugar or honey, produce much more calories, whereas FIBER in fruits and proteins in milk don’t do this.

 

2. FIBER

benefits of fiber in diet

These are such rigid Carbohydrates that works almost opposite to sugar. You cannot digest them easily. Some fibers move very slowly through your intestine, because of which you feel your tummy full. Due to this, fat starts gathering and consumption of glucose go down. Make sure that you don’t take more than 25 grams of fibers per day.

 

3. STARCH

Starch is also a rigid kind of carbohydrate, but all carbohydrates are not of the same kind. Only take starch present in potatoes, as it is very hard in comparison to sugar but very easy to break down into glucose. Most importantly, you should avoid taking refined carbohydrates and concentrate more on the consumption of Sabut grains.

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Raman Deep Singh Chawla

Raman Deep Singh Chawla

Raman is the founder of FitnyTech . He is a fitness App Developer and a Blogger. He is fond of his fitness and sports. He has great passion for Cricket , Tennis , Soccer and Table Tennis. In his free time , he loves to learn about technology , write about it , share his thoughts with others. His passion for technology can be seen at his blogs.

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