fat and protein are the basic building blocks of the foods we eat. Carbohydrates
come in many forms. Sugars and starches are forms of carbohydrates.
Examples of foods that are high in carbohydrates include breads, pasta
Counting carbs is important to those on high-protein, low carb diets.
The basic premise of these diets is that we eat too many carbs and that
we should eat high protein foods instead.
Some research suggests that people with diabetes have a strong incentive
to count carbs: when combined with exercise, a low carb diet might promote
weight loss and reduce cardiovascular risk factors associated with diabetes.
With carbohydrate information on many foods, Wellness Support Network's
Carb Counter has the information you need.