Carbs have gotten a bad reputation along with fats and sugars over the last few years.
They’re all good, the body needs them. As people above mentioned, in moderation is good because they are the bodies preferred form of energy. If you dont eat them the body breaks down muscle, and if you dont use them they simply turn to fat.
It is easy to get caught up in the idea that carbohydrates are “bad” especially if you didn’t live through the 80’s when fat was “bad.” Your body mostly needs carbohydrates for fuel and your brain can only use glucose (what carbohydrates turn into when they break down) for fuel. If you feel out of control when you eat carbohydrates then you are either not eating enough fat and protein at the meal, you are eating for emotions or stress, or you feel bad when you eat them and therefore keep eating them while promising to do better tomorrow.
Pay attention to what and why you eat and if you still feel like you “eat too many carbohydrates” visit a Registered Dietitian and she can evaluate your food intake and offer individualized recommendations.