5 Signs You Need To Start Eating More Carbs

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5 signs need start eating carbs

Eating carbs are not bad for health. In fact, the carbohydrates play an important role to keep your body in shape whether you are trying to lose or gain weight. But the majority of people avoid carbohydrates as they believe that the carbohydrates demolish their fitness goal but this is not the truth. As all carbs are not created equal. Consuming fibre-rich carbs like whole grains, fruits, and vegetables will be more beneficial for weight loss and health in general than eating refined ones.

Here are signs you’re not getting enough carbs required by the body:

1) Not able to focus on workout
If you are not getting enough carbohydrates, you may find it’s hard to get through a good workout. If you cut out a lot of carbs you used to eat, exercises you used to do with ease may suddenly seem like tough tasks. That’s why dietitians always recommend pre-workout snacks loaded with healthy carbs.

2) Headache
Your brain hits roadblocks at every turn. Like other parts of the body, your brain requires an adequate amount of carbs to function properly. When you cut the consumption of carbohydrates, your blood sugar dips, so you might find yourself getting frequent headaches. Moreover, you may also experience mood

3) Colds
If you are consuming fewer carbs than the requirement of the body is not getting fulfiled, thus you may get sick often. Basically carbs aid in the production of illness-fighting antibodies. In this regard consume unrefined carbs like sweet potatoes to keep your health on track.

4) Constipation
Carbohydrates are a rich source of fibre, which helps keep you full and makes sure your digestive to function smoothly. In absence of sufficient carbohydrates, you might feel constipated. In this regards make sure you are eating lots of fiber-rich vegetables and drinking tons of water.

5) Losing muscle mass
When you’re exercising really hard without adequate carbs, your body has to turn to muscle to fuel some of those harder workouts. In that situation, you may notice that you are losing muscle and seemingly gaining fat.

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