How Carbohydrates, Obesity Are Linked: The Kind, Not The Amount

A new study gives new credence to one of the fundamental building blocks of my Total Health program: The kind of carbohydrates you eat -- not the amount-- determine your risk of obesity. Generally, the obese don't eat more carbohydrates than anyone else, according to the study. They merely tend to consume more refined and processed carb-loaded foods -- white bread and pasta, for example -- that causes a rapid rise in blood sugar levels. (To adjust for this rise, the pancreas...

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