carbs

The low-carb world can be confusing. Here's a rundown of how this approach might help and how to do it.
New technology can help give type 1 diabetics the freedom that non-diabetics take for granted.
Stuffing sweet potatoes with veggies and meat transforms them into a hearty meal. Try these three recipes.
There has been a sharp rise in carbohydrate powder production in the supplement industry, but the story is more about profit than performance.
For those of you looking to drop a few pounds, let us look at what the science says.
If you’re in the market for fruit sources for the kids or yourself, these fruit snacks are worth a try.
In situations where memory may be important to you after exercise, you might want to avoid high-carb drinks.
Your brain only requires a small amount of glucose. You can just as easily (and more effectively) work off of ketone bodies.
"Eat carbs and die." Well, it might not be that dramatic, but a new study says the two may be related.
A recent study delved into the pros and cons of high-protein versus high-carb pre-workout meals.
High-carb sports drinks might not be the best choice for performance, but how do they affect recovery?
Carbs aren't the devil, and they might even boost immunity during strenuous activity, says a recent study.
Caffeine and carbs are both popular pre-workout aids. What happens if you put them together?
Tons of controversy exists regarding the poor carbohydrate. It's time to look at the facts to make sense of it all.
Carbs aren’t the devil and there is no need to avoid them. They might even make you faster.
If we believe that the USDA’s dietary guidelines are not what is right for us, then what is? Let us take a look at the science and attempt to figure this out for ourselves.
We have assembled a team of nutrition experts, each with different specialities, to present you with a wide range of topics and opinions on the subject of nutrition.