Even so, a diet too much in carbohydrates can upset the delicate balance of one's body's blood sugar level, causing fluctuations in energy and mood which leave you feeling irritated and tired. It is better to balance your ingestion of carbohydrates with protein, somewhat fiber and fat.
Types of Carbohydrates:
You can find two types of carbohydrate: Simple and Complex.
Complex carbohydrates in many cases are known as starchy or starch foods. They are located naturally in foods and also refined in processed foods.
Complex carbohydrates as natural starches are present in:
Simple carbohydrates are also called sugars. They also present in either a natural or refined form.
Natural sugars are seen in fruit and vegetables.
Refined sugars are present in:
biscuits, cakes and pastries
honey and jams
brown and white cane sugar
prepared foods and sauces
Carbohydrates are found in almost all living things and perform a critical part in the appropriate functioning of the fertilization, immune system, blood clotting, pathogenesis and human development. A deficiency of carbohydrates can lead impaired working of all these systems, however, in the Western world, deficiency is rare. Excessive usage of carbohydrates, especially refined carbohydrates such as corn syrup or sugar, can result in type II diabetes, cancer and obesity.
Below is a list of foods with carbohydrates:
Drink Powders, Hard Candies, and Gummies
Fructose and Granulated Sugar
Dried Fruits (Apples, Prunes, Dates)
Flour, Cakes, and Cookies
Low fat Crackers, Rice Cakes, and Potato Chips
Potatoes (Hash Browns and French Fries)
Jams And Preserves
Sweet Pickles, Sauces, and Salad Dressings
Low-carbohydrate foods are becoming well-known again for weight reduction. Yet, despite their claims, study suggests extremely low-carbohydrate diets tend not to cause long-term weight reduction and may result in other significant health problems.
All fish including:
All fowl including:
All shellfish including:
All meat including: