- DIETER'S ENEMY..(OR) DIETER'S FRIEND? // Good Health (ACP Publishing PTY Limited);Apr2013, p100
The article focuses on the health benefits and consequences of carbohydrate intake.
- Low-Carb Diets. Byrnes, Stephen // Positive Health;Nov2002, Issue 82, p30
Summarizes results of a survey on the various approaches to low carbohydrate diets. Burning of fat through lipolysis; Daily maximum intake; Unrestricted-calorie diet for weight loss; Life Without Bread; Optimal Diet; Danger of low carbohydrate diet.
- Taking a (carbo-)load off women. // Current Health 2;May95, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p2
Reveals that carbo-loading in women makes no difference in their endurance during strenuous physical activity. Consumption of large amounts of carbohydrate-rich foods; Comparison with effect of carbo-loading on men; Fats as source of energy for women.
- FOOD MYTHS. Murphy, Dee // Current Health 2;Mar2002, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p6
Presents several nutritional myths in the United States. Myth on the food intake during breakfast; Fat content of dairy products; Information on carbohydrates.
- Eat to compete. // Current Health 1;Feb95, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p22
Discusses the components of a healthful eating plan for athletes during training. Carbohydrates as the foundation of the athlete's diet; Sources of carbohydrates; Misconception about protein; Pre-event and post-event foods; Fluids in athlete's diet.
- Glycogen refill. Bass, Clarence // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Aug93, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p252
Emphasizes the importance of carbohydrates as predominant source of energy for exercising muscle after intense training. Effect of low carbohydrate diet on brain function; Link between carbohydrate and training performance; Recommendation on amount and pacing of carbohydrate intake. INSET: 10...
- Diabetic? Have a Cookie! Warshaw, Hope // Prevention;Dec2002, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p114
Discusses the ways that people with diabetes can allow sweets into their diets. Consideration that all carbohydrates are converted to blood sugar; Importance of good nutrition; Recommendation for foods with no-calorie sweeteners; Suggestion that exercise will regulate blood sugar. INSET: The...
- Milling Around. Sole-Smith, Virginia // Runner's World;Jan2007, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p52
The article encourages runners to seek nutritional carbohydrates from alternative grains including quinoa, polenta, and wheat bulgur.
- Carbo-loading may not work for women. Williams, Katherine // Swim Magazine;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p11
Reveals that high-carbohydrate diets have no effect on women according to a Canadian study. Details of study.