While the National Institute of Medicine says you should eat 130 grams of carbs per day, most adults eat upwards of 200 grams.
We discovered more than a dozen low-carb snacks that keep you full, taste great, and—bonus—are all RD-approved. Time to start snacking smarter.
Cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, waffles, toast, bagels—most American breakfast staples are grain-based.
Why low-carbohydrate diets got so popular, their drawbacks, and what we can learn from Atkins, South Beach, and others.