carbohydrate


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Divide the number of hours prior to exercise by two to find the amount in grams of carbohydrate you should consume per pound of body weight.
I think we have to get away from being afraid of carbohydrates,'' says Fisk.
This means at every meal you eat 40 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent proteins, and 30 percent fats.
Liebman's statement that no evidence exists "that eating equal amounts of protein and carbohydrate at every meal lowers insulin levels" when she quoted a study by Reaven that shows that the protein-to-carbohydrate ratio does have a major effect on insulin levels.
The Company also is using its carbohydrate technology to develop novel anti-fibrosis drugs.
And members of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute point out that energy gels are useful in events where the need for carbohydrate is greater than the need for fluid, such as in open-water swimming or colder marathon temperatures.
These are among the many developments emerging from research labs worldwide, where food scientists, chemists and others continually attempt to improve current carbohydrate engineering and processing technologies.
NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING: 388 calories, 20 grams fat, 6 grams carbohydrate (4.
This complex sugar, or carbohydrate, is a reminder that there's more to life than DNA and the proteins it encodes.
Eating adequate carbohydrate fuels the body with the right kind of energy for tough workouts and saves amino acids for muscle building and recovery.
Like other anti-carbohydrate books, The Zone blames our epidemic of obesity on advice from health experts to eat less fat and more carbohydrates like pasta and bread.
The Company also is using its carbohydrate technology to develop novel liver anti-fibrosis drugs through a research collaboration with Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Food and Drug Administration, segments of the food industry have petitioned the agency to define carbohydrate nutrient content claims such as "low carbohydrate," "reduced carbohydrate," and "carbohydrate free.
Risk of type 2 diabetes may be reduced by replacing refined carbohydrates (sugar and corn syrup) with whole grains and other high fiber sources of carbohydrate.
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