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Old 03-22-2012, 08:50 AM   #1
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Question Why are people trying to avoid carbs?

Carbs help you brain function and the news and film industry are supporting this.
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Processed carbs screw with your insulin and other hormones and are energy dense causing you to store fat. As we have plenty of them lying around the cupboard and fridge we are constantly in a state of excess energy plus the screwed up hormones ruins your appetite control and fat burning mechanisms.

Read Good Calorie Bad Calorie by Gary Taubes. Its out there in the wild and it goes right into how the whole process works. Very interesting and full on reading.
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Carbs help you brain function and the news and film industry are supporting this.
is it really true or you just messing with our head?!
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Carbs help you brain function and the news and film industry are supporting this.
It's not just carbs that can help your brain function.
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:57 PM   #8
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It's not just carbs that can help your brain function.
Will Go with this.

Can U ( rain3 ) give any reason that supports UR post.
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:14 AM   #9
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There are good carbs and there are bad carbs.. You need to stay away from the bad ones only
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Old 04-22-2012, 06:07 PM   #10
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Some people don't do well on excess Carbs...myself included. About 50 - 100 grams a day is perfect, with a 200 - 300 gram day once a week.
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People watch shows like Operah, and think carbs are bad
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Mainly because the carbs you find in most food you can buy are not very good for you! The good carbs happen to be too expensive for most people to afford.
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As someone trying to gain weight I say bring 'em on! Five years from now it'll be something else. I don't think they've slammed chicken yet.
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Cutting out carbs is bizarre in my opinion. It's a quick fix to weightloss for the lazy. Just eat a balanced diet and exercise.
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Old 05-19-2012, 04:08 AM   #15
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"As someone trying to gain weight I say bring 'em on! Five years from now it'll be something else. I don't think they've slammed chicken yet." I wouldn't count on that!
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Can't imagine it being great for you to cut out completely. As everyone says a balanced diet with exercise is the best way. Exercise will do a lot for your physical and mental health.
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Cutting out carbs is bizarre in my opinion. It's a quick fix to weightloss for the lazy. Just eat a balanced diet and exercise.
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Reaching your fitness goals is simple. If you think you shouldnt be eating something, you probably shouldnt be. If you are not active everyday, your doing it wrong.
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I dont understand yet what you trying to saying..???
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If you really want to loseweight just stop drinking beer!
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Avoiding carbs is still inappropriate, balance is just the key.
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Yes, balance is the key and in moderation. Too much and your body will start storing the unused carbs.
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Carbohydrates have long been split into two groups: simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates are those composed mainly of simple sugars that are easy for the body to break down while complex carbohydrates contain linked sugars and take longer to digest.
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Cutting out carbs is bizarre in my opinion. It's a quick fix to weightloss for the lazy. Just eat a balanced diet and exercise.
It isn't a "quick fix" since cutting out carbs is HARD. Like, you get cravings for bread, spaghetti, and ice cream.
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Carbs help you brain function and the news and film industry are supporting this.
Well if the news and film industry say something is true, then it's obviously false.
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No , people don't really avoid carbs , but people who want to reduce weight avoid them..not all..
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Lose weight. Check out the book called Wheat Belly. It goes into great detail how wheat affects the metabolism of today due to being genetically diff than 100 yrs ago..
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When carbs are digested (broken-down by the body), they are sugar. Why not just eat some candy?
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Cutting down on carbs is absolutely essential when you're eating a lot more than what your body's daily need is. When you want to lose weight, you don't deny your body of the basic carb requirement but instead up your usage by sweating it out through tonnes of cardio.

Losing weight the right way isn't rocket science but it isn't childs play either.
Cutting down on carbs will cause you to lose muscle since the body will turn to your stored proteins before the sub-glutaneous flab.
The fat comes off the face first and belly last, so it's not like you can cut carb intake for a week and expect that to have done you some good. It doesn't work like that.
Burning fat is like boiling water, you have to reach the boiling point before any fat starts dissappearing.

So if you're not starving yourself and are still giving your body ONLY it's daily requirement of carbs, there's no reason you shouldn't be fit.

People get fat because of years of eating more carbs than they burn. So its not going to come off that easily either.
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Too much carbs is not healthy. Too much of anything is always bad. There are good carbs like tina wang mentioned above. Complex carbs or low glycemic index carbs. Such carbs make your blood sugar levels stable and they don't make you crave for more carbs. Carbs like sodas, candies and sweets that has artificial sweeteners tend to make you eat and drink more of it.
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the main idea behind it is to keep insulin levels low/stable
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We can put carbs on our daily diet but not too much. I guess, we all know that too much carbs is not healthy and definitely it will produce fats.
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If you have problem in obesity then you should avoid it.
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Read Jonathans 30 days to flat abs. He's explained the myth over there !
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there are two kinds of carbs, the good and the bad carbs.. and people should avoid the bad :-)
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Simple carbs are bad, mmmkaayyy. Complex carbs are fine in moderation.

This is a bit "scientific" and maybe even plain boring if you are not very interested in nutrition, but watch it anyway.

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Dr. Atkins was a carb assassin. He lead a smear campaign against the carb.
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Carbs has something to do with our brain but on the other side it can make us fat.
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If you wanna lose weight, then go exercise Don't blame it on the carbs
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cut your carbs, lift, do cardio and you'll lean out real quick.
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complex carbs
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simple carbs like sugars can actually inhibit brain from getting glucose
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Cutting down on carbs is absolutely essential when you're eating a lot more than what your body's daily need is. When you want to lose weight, you don't deny your body of the basic carb requirement but instead up your usage by sweating it out through tonnes of cardio.

Losing weight the right way isn't rocket science but it isn't childs play either.
Cutting down on carbs will cause you to lose muscle since the body will turn to your stored proteins before the sub-glutaneous flab.
The fat comes off the face first and belly last, so it's not like you can cut carb intake for a week and expect that to have done you some good. It doesn't work like that.
Burning fat is like boiling water, you have to reach the boiling point before any fat starts dissappearing.

So if you're not starving yourself and are still giving your body ONLY it's daily requirement of carbs, there's no reason you shouldn't be fit.

People get fat because of years of eating more carbs than they burn. So its not going to come off that easily either.

Agreed. Except, people dont get fat from eating more carbs than they burn; They get fat by not exercising period. I dont care what your diet is; if your not moving around, evantually your going to blow up.
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Agreed. Except, people dont get fat from eating more carbs than they burn; They get fat by not exercising period. I dont care what your diet is; if your not moving around, evantually your going to blow up.
true! Regular physical exercise keeps metabolism high. High metabolism means your body is burning calories 24/7 without you having to do any more exercise than a normal person.
This not only allows you to eat more, but stay fit while you tuck in all those extra carbs.
High metabolism means even if you hog, your body will be able to burn off that fat eventually.
It isn't the actual physical exercise that is effective in weightloss but the change in metabolism is what does the trick.
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It isn't a "quick fix" since cutting out carbs is HARD. Like, you get cravings for bread, spaghetti, and ice cream.
Carbs in itself aren't bad, but over consumption of the wrong type of carbs is horrible for you. Shit like ice cream, bread, and spaghetti kills my productivity and results in brain fog.

I get my carbs through brown rice, sweet potatoes, yams, as well as veggies and fruits. Since I work out I do need a decent amounts of carbs to gain weight.
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Carbs help you brain function and the news and film industry are supporting this.
Carbs help your brain function when they are kept natural and lower in quantity than most people consume. Furthermore, most people actually benefit from using fat as their source of energy rather than carbs. Keep in mind, when you lose weight, your body is devouring pounds and pounds of lard (stored fat) as the energy source.

Most people just think they NEED carbs because they have spiked insulin the previous meal and their glucose levels crash. Far more balanced to have fewer and more natural carb sources.
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Eh I see OP's point. I eat 60-70% carbs for maximum immune and brain health.

Anti-carb, in the sense that you mean, is anti-simple-carbs.
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