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YES and NO. In trying to keep everything as simple as possible here at the site, I am going to stay true to my word and do that. Carbohydrates turn into sugars in the body when they are consumed. There are helpful carbs and there are carbs that are basically empty carbs.Are CARBS the ENEMY

On average, we will need to consume 50 to 55% of our daily intake of macro-nutrients…those being ( Protein, Fats, Carbohydrates) as carbohydrates.

When I say that there are helpful carbs and and empty carbs, this is what I mean. Have you ever eaten a very sweet thing, felt a rush of energy and then a half hour later feel your energy crash? Say a donut or a candy or chocolate bar? This happens because the sugars contained within those food stuffs are re-fined sugars that usually lack the fibre content to balance out the sugar content.

These would be considered fast release sugars (carbs)and give a quick hit of energy, but the lack of substance to them leaves them vulnerable to sudden crashes. For those times you do need a sweet hit, natural simple carbs such as fruit are your best bet.

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  1. Sharon Chesworth says:

    Very true x


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