It depends on the type of carbohydrates.
Your body needs carbohydrates; they are the main source of energy or fuel for your brain and spinal cord.
The foods above are healthy sources of carbohydrates; they are relatively low in calories and high in nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
These foods are relatively high in calories and low in nutrients. They are processed and many contain added sugar.
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