What Can Carb Blockers Do?
When you take carb blockers you’re blocking some of the normally absorbed carbohydrates, and you’re transforming them into non-absorbed carbohydrates, which make it very similar to a fiber. So it can actually be helpful as almost as a fiber supplement as well. And you can get some of the benefits from a carb blocker that you would get from taking extra fiber.
So carb blockers not only may help you decrease your carbohydrate absorption and decrease your calorie absorption, but it may actually kind of increase your fiber absorption without physically taking in more fiber.
Carb Blockers Side Effects
There are also a few side effects when you’re taking carb blockers.
- you could get gas;
- stomach cramping;
If the marketed results of the carb blocker you want to try sounds too good to be true, then be skeptical and consult your dietician or your doctor first.
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