They say that man cannot live on bread alone. But there are certainly many men and women who would gladly feast on bread, rolls, muffins, and all kinds of starchy carbohydrates until the end of time. Just the smell of freshly baked bread is enough to make your mouth start watering.
Of course, breads are the main source of carbohydrates in many diets. Carbs come in many shapes and sizes; pasta and potatoes as well as sugary sweets are loved by all. The problem with carbs is the way they breakdown in our bodies. When broken down into small enough particles, they are easily absorbed and your calorie intake increases, which leads to weight gain. This is why many diets restrict bread and complex carbs in order to achieve significant weight loss.
When it comes to the carbs that come from most sugars, the particles are so small that they are readily absorbed into the body. Carbs that come from starches take longer to break down because they need help from an enzyme produced by the body. If that enzyme was blocked, the carbs would not be able to breakdown properly and thus they would not be able to be absorbed and lead to weight gain.
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