Your Guide to Carbohydrates

Slow carbs, fast carbs, good carbs, bad carbs... it can get confusing. Use this guide to sort out what you should be eating and when.

Are You Eating Enough Carbs?

Are You Eating Enough Carbs?

Use the Balanced Plate method to ensure you're getting the right balance of carbs to fuel your exercise.

The Healthiest Carb You're Not Eating

The Healthiest Carb You're Not Eating

Whole grain pasta is now tastier and better for you than ever. Here are four boxes worth buying.

How to Create Your Carbo-Load Plan

How to Create Your Carbo-Load Plan

What do you eat before race day? Understand the difference between carbs and create your pre-race nutrition plan.

The Carb Lover's Survival Guide

The Carb Lover's Survival Guide

More of us would become citizens of Low-Carb Nation if it weren't for the daunting loyalty oath. Here are 12 ways to satisfy your bagel, pasta and potato cravings, without the calories.

The Diet Detective: 4 Healthy Recipes for Carb Lovers

The Diet Detective: 4 Healthy Recipes for Carb Lovers

Want to satisfy your carb craving without packing on the extra pounds? Here are some healthy, resistant starch recipes for you.

Carbs: Quick, Slow or Confusing?

Carbs: Quick, Slow or Confusing?

Once upon a time, carbohydrates were referred to as simple or complex, sugars or starches. Today, the classification is more complicated; carbs are often ranked as quick or slow in a very complex system -- the glycemic index.

The Evolving Art of Carbo-Loading

The Evolving Art of Carbo-Loading

Scientists and runners had already known for years that eating a high-carb diet in the days preceding a long race enhances performance, but no one knew exactly why or how...

Balance Carbohydrates for Better Performance

Balance Carbohydrates for Better Performance

Some diets say to limit your carbs, but studies show balance is the best way to reach nutritional success. Follow these tips to feel your best.

A Smarter Way to Carbo-Load

A Smarter Way to Carbo-Load

Carbo-loading can help you race without hitting the wall--as long as you do it right. Here's how.

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