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Holistic Nutritional Advice: Getting to Know Carbs

2 round loaves of wheat bread

Holistic nutritional advice suggests eating complex carbs instead of simple ones.

Holistic nutritional advice can give you a lot of information to think about and consider.   Holistic advice can show you what foods truly are good for you and which ones are not.   However very rarely do we focus on what your food is.   Carbohydrates or carbs are one of the main sources our bodies use to create energy for us to live.    They are the easiest of these food sources for our bodies to break down.   Carbs are basically in any food we eat.  They are in fruits, vegetables, cereals, breads, wheat, sugars, etc.    Unless you are eating meat or an oil they are pretty hard to avoid.   Many “health experts” suggest that you avoid them at all costs if you are looking to lose weight.   Holistic nutritionists know better.   Holistic health care has debunked some of the more common carb myths.

By Susan B. Dopart
From Huffington Post

Holistic Nutritional Advice Busts Carb Myths!

Just like the Spice Girls, carbohydrates were at the height of their popularity during the mid-1990s. When “fat-free” became the desired state, people turned to carbs instead. Consumers soon learned that a high carb diet wasn’t so healthy either. Today, between marketers who promote packaged carbs as “heart healthy” and fitness “experts” who espouse that all carbs are bad, it’s easy to be confused. Here are some carb myths debunked:

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Holistic nutritional advice is out there for healthy carbohydrates.   Steering clear of simply carbs like white bread and sugary sodas and replace them with holistic alternatives like whole 100% wheat bread and fruits.   Also avoiding marketing schemes like heart healthy can help you with your holistic nutritional goals.   In the end eat smart with holistic foods and avoid overly processed foods with names you cannot pronounce.

A display of different pasta noodles

Even pasta can be made from different sources of healthy complex carbs.

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