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List of Best Carbs for Weight Loss

      
   Carbs are public enemy No. 1 for many women on a diet. As much as we love pasta, bread, and every sweet you can think of, too many of us have been brainwashed into thinking carbs will make us fat.

You need carbs for energy, and of course deprivation will only end in you diving face-first into a gallon of moose tracks and that certainly won't help you lose weight. What will is eating the right carbs, we recommend to consuming nutrient-dense carbs with at least two to three grams of fiber per 100 calories since your body breaks down fiber more slowly, keeping you feeling full for longer {Click to Read More the right carbs for weight loss} :



No need to read every nutrition panel, though. Incorporate these nine tasty foods into your meals, and you'll flatten your stomach and stay fueled all day



1/ Oatmeal

1/2 cup dry: 153 calories, 27g carbs, 4g fiber


       Half of the fiber in oatmeal is soluble fiber, the kind that dissolves into a gel-like substance that delays stomach emptying, upping the satiety factor. Plus a study in the journal Obesity found that adding more soluble fiber to your diet may help reduce visceral fat, the deep belly kind that surrounds vital organs and has been associated with metabolic disorders, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes



2/ Quinoa

1/2 cup cooked: 111 calories, 20g carbs, 2.5g fiber

A complete protein, quinoa contains all nine essential amino acids which your body needs to build lean, calorie-burning muscle sans the saturated fats often found in animal protein. The four grams per half-cup serving may also help your lunch or dinner stay with you longer.




3/ Air-Popped Popcorn

3 cups air-popped popcorn: 93 calories, 19g carbs, 3.5g fiber

When you're craving a salty snack, reach for popcorn instead of chips. According to a study in Nutrition Journal, popcorn not only provides more short-term satiety compared to the fried taters, it also reduces feelings of hunger for those looking to manage body weight and watch their calories. Plus you can nosh 3 cups of air-popped kernels which counts as a serving of whole grains for the same amount of calories you'd get from about 9 plain potato chip



4/ Whole-Wheat Bread

2 slices Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Whole Grain Bread: 160 calories, 30g carbs, 8g fiber


You don't have to bid adieu to sandwiches, French toast, and stuffing to whittle down as long as you read bread labels since packages touting "whole grain" or "whole wheat" may only be 51 percent whole grains. Only buy loaves with "100 percent whole wheat" on the package, Lakatos says, and with 80 to 90 calories, at least 2 grams of fiber, and less than 1 gram of sugars per slice.



5/ Acorn Squash

1 cup cubed and baked: 115 calories, 30g carbs, 9g fiber


When it comes to winter squash, acorn squash just about knocks out the others for the "most fiber" award. Only hubbard has 1 more gram per cup and good luck finding that in most supermarkets




6/ Whole-Wheat Pasta

2 ounces dry: 198 calories, 43g carbs, 5g fiber


A British study showed that a higher intake of whole grains— around three servings daily—was associated with a lower BMI and less abdominal fat, supporting other research that links a diet high in whole grains with tinier waists. It's key, however, to keep noodle portions between 100 and 200 calories (about 1/2 to 1 cup cooked), says Keri Gans, R.D., author of The Small Change Diet, adding that nutrient-rich carbohydrates are part of a balanced meal, not the entire meal



7/ Green Peas

1/2 cup cooked: 67 calories, 12.5g carbs, 4.5g fiber


A half-cup of peas provides 12 percent of your recommended daily intake of zinc. More known for its cold-fighting powers, this mineral may also help reduce hunger by boosting levels of leptin, a hormone that alerts your brain when your stomach has had enough

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