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carbohydrates

What worked for your friend might be a disaster for you.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Are our modern dietary guidelines at odds with evolution?
Miss your comfort food? This dish is delicious, nutritious, and even more convenient than the original classic.
Take the confusion out of carbs. Eat what works for you and forget the rest.
The low-carb world can be confusing. Here's a rundown of how this approach might help and how to do it.
The following four recipes will simplify your meal planning and promote workout recovery.
A recent study compares the performance of ultra-marathon runners under different dietary conditions.
New technology can help give type 1 diabetics the freedom that non-diabetics take for granted.
There has been a sharp rise in carbohydrate powder production in the supplement industry, but the story is more about profit than performance.
Maintaining good oral health goes beyond avoiding candy and soda.
Fat loss does not need to equal suffering if you plan periodic cheat meals to replenish your mind and metabolism.
If you’re an athlete refueling with carb supplements on the go, this simple test can determine if you are overfeeding.
It is important to know the difference between discipline and obsession when it comes to our food.
In situations where memory may be important to you after exercise, you might want to avoid high-carb drinks.
If we work out at high intensities and eat like crap, we are going to be in a chronic state of inflammation.
Berries, oats, peas, and coconut. These three recipes use delicious carb sources to help fuel your workouts.
"Eat carbs and die." Well, it might not be that dramatic, but a new study says the two may be related.