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By Sheri Colberg, PhD
Who knew I'd be talking about carbohydrate intake and being active for the third time this year, but here we go again! Unfortunately, a lot of confusion still exists related to the practice known as "carb loading" as well. Do you need to do it? Should you? How do you know?
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ADA 81st Symposium: Effect of Dietary Carbohydrate Restriction on Health-Related Quality of Life and Cognition
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ADA 2021: For Athletes To Optimize Their Performance and Glycemia, Should They Cut Carbs or Carb Load?
The internet has many different opinions of what an optimal diet is for athletes, but what do the experts say?
With exclusive commentary from Sheri Colberg, PhD.
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