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Carbohydrates high in fibre are crucial for a balanced diet

Author(s): Jack Sing*

As the primary source of energy for the brain and muscles, carbohydrates are crucial for optimal health. According to studies, those who consume the most carbs, particularly those from whole, organic foods like beans, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, are less likely to develop heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Carbohydrates come in two varieties: simple and complicated. One or two sugar molecules are used to make simple carbohydrates. Starch and fibre are polysaccharides known as complex carbohydrates. Make the switch to complex carbs for optimum health. The majority of whole plant meals include complex carbs, which keep their natural fibre and provide your body with the energy it requires. Beans, oats, bread made entirely of whole grains, quinoa, barley, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and several more plant-based meals are examples. Additionally, these foods are inherently high in phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals. Healthy carbs should make up about 75% of daily calories.