In a review published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, an exercise physiologist at the University of Virginia assessed the effects of carbohydrate quantity and quality of weight control. The author found that the more carbohydrate the participants ate, the loser their body weight. Both whole and refined grains were found to be inversely related to body mass index, although this relationship was more pronounced with whole grains. Reasons provided include the link between high-carbohydrate diets and improved dietary quality, especially higher intakes of dietary fiber. The author concludes that low-fat, high-fiber diets without emphasis on calorie restriction help sidestep adherence problems and may be best for overall health and weight control.
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Of Course Ralph Drabble has the wrong carbs!