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Here Are Some Reasons Why You Should Go Easy on Carbohydrates

We need energy every day; firstly to live, and to be able to work. Without this energy we wouldn’t be able to participate in any type of physical activity. That is why carbohydrates are essential, because they are reliable sources of that much-needed energy.The body converts the carbohydrates we eat into glucose, which is where our…See More
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Blogger & content writer on various topics food, home & decor, lifestyle etc.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Garlic Roasted Potatoes
Currently reading:
The Food Lab Book by J. Kenji López-Alt
Currently listening to:
Luke Combs country singer
My latest DIY project:
Colorful Rainbow Pasta
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Here Are Some Reasons Why You Should Go Easy on Carbohydrates

We need energy every day; firstly to live, and to be able to work. Without this energy we wouldn’t be able to participate in any type of physical activity. That is why carbohydrates are essential, because they are reliable sources of that much-needed energy.…

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Posted on June 8, 2018 at 12:50pm

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