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JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (80,279)
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2/21/13 7:41 A

You reach your carb goal to supply your body with enough energy and to help stay full and satisfied. Fibre will help fill you up. All complex carbs are slow energy releasing carbs that will help maintain your energy level.


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2/21/13 6:04 A

No - it is the calories in versus calories out. Just be careful that you don't go TOO low on carbs, altho' if you are eating plenty of fruit/veges, you should be fine.

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2/21/13 6:00 A

Do I have to reach my carb goal to be successful in losing weight? I eat mostly fruit, vegetables and chicken or fish.

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