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9 solid reasons why one should not give up carbohydrates completely?

Cutting on chips, cookies, candy and other carbohydrates from the diet can help you loose weight but laying your carbohydrates completely can cause you some problems like:

Slower Metabolism
Fueling muscles with carbohydrates helps you get through exhausting fat-loss routines. The body needs a decent supply of carbohydrates post work out to keep that burn going as long as possible.
– Lousy Attitude
Too low carbohydrate intake is not only bad for the body but it is also bad for your spirit. Extremely low carbohydrate diet negatively impacts your mood.
– Laziness
Carbohydrates provides your muscles with glycogen that you need when you are going to gym. You may feel weaker and more apathetic about training hard.
– Less Hunger
Slow digesting carbohydrates like oatmeal take longer to enter your blood stream and help satisfy the appetite much better than the junk food.
– Speedy Recovery
Opt for a small meal of protein and carbohydrates 30 to 60 minutes after training as the body needs carbohydrates to repair the muscles and get stronger. The body needs nutrients to replenish, rebuild, and repair muscle tissue for next workout.
– Trimmer Bottom line
Reduced calorie diets, whether carbohydrate predominant or carbohydrate poor, all produced similar weight loss results.
– Stupidity
Going too low on carbohydrates can impair and affect brain function and reduces the ability to concentrate properly.
– Weight is regained
– Vitamin Deficiencies
A low carbohydrate diet can cause a deficiency in several vitamin types. Starchy grains produce B vitamins like folic acid. A lack of folic acid can be bad for the heart as well as for pregnant women.
Lack of Fiber
Most low carbohydrate diets encourage people to eat foods that are not fiber rich, leading to an increase in constipation.

When carbohydrates are in short supply, your body doesn’t just turn to fats for energy but also protein (muscle), breaking it down and turning it into glucose.

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