We live in a world where low-carb diets are extremely popular. This type of diet in most cases is classified as a diet with less than 30% of calories coming from carbohydrates. Foods like starchy vegetables, fruit or grains are restricted and higher intake of protein-rich and fat rich food is recommended. You may find many fitness professionals who advise us to cut back on carbs in order to lose some weight. And while low-carb diets may be beneficial in some health conditions, like epilepsy or type 1 diabetes, not anyone will benefit from this type of diet. Low-carb diets did show great potential when people want to lose weight, but can you really imagine eating like that your whole life? And if you exercise regularly, you should know your exercise performance will most probably be affected. So let’s talk about carbohydrates.