Different types of carbohydrates in foods can affect the body in different ways. Net carbs reflect the amount of carbohydrates in a food that are likely to have an impact on blood glucose levels and can be a useful tool for athletes or anyone with specific nutritional goals.
Lately carbohydrates have been getting a bad rap in the athletic world, yet they are central to performance. The body even stores them in the liver and muscles as glycogen so they can constantly supply energy.
For endurance athletes, carbohydrate is the main fuel source and continues to be used by the best in the world for better performance. There’s little question that body’s carbohydrate stores are limited and become depleted towards the end of a long run.
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Isagenix low-glycemic shakes and bars support healthy blood sugar levels. “Good” carbs. Is there such a thing? While the media and fad diets may tout otherwise, carbohydrates are an important part of a [...]