Are you a diet buff? How long have you been balancing your diet? Have you heard of the "low-carb diet is the way to go" saying? I bet carbs has already scared you enough to run away from it. Even in talking to your friends, family, or co-worker can give you an earful of stories and pseudo science stuff. But then, unless your doctor has told you otherwise, carbs are part of an overall healthy diet. But not all carbs are created equal, so it's important to learn which and how much you should be eating.
A lot of those crave-inducing carbs are the kind that are high in refined sugar and low in fiber. Think: candy, crackers, chips, and cookies. But remember that if you consume more calories than your body needs, whether or not it contains carbohydrate, you can gain an unhealthy amount of weight. Sure, some form of carbohydrates can be bad for you, but don't generalize all of them. Try to do some research first and try to know them all better.
Choosing the healthiest carbohydrates, especially whole grains, is more important to your well-being. At least seven major studies show that women and men who eat whole grains have 20 to 30 percent less heart disease. Separately, in a 2010 study of more than 13,000 adults, those who ate the most servings of whole grains had lower body weight.