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I very seldom come close but I find that when I do I don't feel so good so I don't worry about getting all the carbs in that they say we need.
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Hello! Carbs can be a tricky one, and I also didn't have enough of them when I first started eating gluten free. There are several grains you can still enjoy: quinoa, millet, rice (red, brown, wild, etc.), corn. Also, you mentioned potatoes, but don't forget the many varieties of winter squash that are coming into season soon, and yams and sweet potatoes, too.
Are you not counting fruits and veggies as carbs? They count, as well, and are a great source of carbohydrates along with their vitamins and minerals.
Hi Everyone! I am one week into tracking my calories, fat, etc... and every day, I am not eating enough carbs. I know it's because I am eating mostly gluten free, so trying to add carbs without bread, and while keeping within my calorie goals is difficult! Any suggestions? I ate potatoes and beets with dinner last night, a sandwich with GF bread for lunch and still didn't come close...
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