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There is no objection: carbohydrates should be part of our daily diet, as they are one of the three main nutrients, along with proteins and fats, and are present in different foods and drinks. But why are we afraid to think that we are going to consume them?
Something to clarify: not all carbohydrates are bad for health. It all depends on the type we are consuming and the quantities. Here we tell you what types there are and the best way to consume them.
You should know that there are simple and complex carbohydrates (or carbohydrates). And these are their differences:
Simple: they are digested by the body more easily and can be found in fruits, glucose and lactose.
All carbohydrates are broken down into simple sugars and are absorbed into the bloodstream. As the sugar level rises, the pancreas releases insulin, necessary to move sugar from the blood into the cells, where it is used for energy.
Carbohydrates in some foods, especially those containing simple sugars, break down easily and cause blood sugar levels to rise quickly.
Complexes:  also known as starches. These are found in foods like starchy vegetables, whole grains, rice, and breads.
Complex carbohydrates take longer for the body to break down and therefore allow the sugar level to rise gradually.
As you will realize, some foods with many carbohydrates are healthier than others and it is very important that you know which ones and they are, in addition to consuming them in a balanced way.
The most recommended food groups with carbohydrates for consumption are whole grains, brown rice, whole wheat breads, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy.
Before you buy, read the nutrition information for products like breads, cereals, cookies, pasta, and rice. We recommend that you opt for the integral ones.
Start your day with high-fiber foods like oatmeal or barley.
For your snacks, include the nuts.
For dinner, prepare recipes based on whole grains: corn, Arabic bread, and even chickpeas are a great option.

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