Low-carb diets continue to be widely promoted as a superior, but the evidence suggests you can still drop some weight with carbs and dieting.
It’s been assumed that an athlete’s calorie intake affects the risk for RED-S, but the amount of carbs for athletes may be a greater concern.
Researchers reckon that overweight and obesity are caused by hormonal changes from eating refined carbohydrates and sugar-added foods.
Eating your carbs in pasta form may result in better metabolic health than getting your carbs from bread, according to a study.
Evidence suggests that co-ingesting carbohydrate and protein after exercise may stimulate greater glycogen synthesis during exercise recovery.
Women in North America and Denmark who wanted to become pregnant and consumed higher amounts of lower-quality carbohydrates experienced lower fecundability.
Should you eat breakfast before a workout? A new study has confirmed that eating breakfast makes a difference.