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The Power of Carbohydrates

When we hear the term “carbohydrates”, many people automatically assume it's all bad. However, carbohydrates are a main source of energy for the body and are a crucial part of a healthy diet. Sugar, starch, and fiber are three main types of carbs and can be found in most plant-based foods. In general, it is recommended to limit added sugars and to have carbs make up about 45-65% of your daily calorie intake. With that being said, some carbohydrate foods are better for you than others, especially depending on your prescribed diet. Here are a few of the best carbohydrates-rich foods you can (and should!) implement in your diet today.

Incorporate these carbohydrates into your meals for an optimal blend of health and flavor. Reach out to our nutritionist and health professionals today if you're aiming to optimize your carb intake.

If you’re interested – ask us about our weight loss program to effortlessly integrate these advantageous carbohydrates into your daily meal plan.


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