The Refined Carb Doctors Say You Should STOP Cooking With Because It Slowly Destroys Your Metabolism

January 26, 2020 by Hannah Kerns
shefinds | Food

When it comes to refined carbs, the first thing people typically think of is white bread. Although white bread is a common food, it has little nutritional value–making it an unhealthy choice. If you are hoping to lose weight, staying away from refined carbs is especially important, but it is not just white bread that you have to look out for.

White rice, a common recipe ingredient, is another refined carb that can lead to weight gain.

white rice

White Rice

White rice is a pantry staple, and a popular part of many diets, but it might be best to stay away if you are trying to lose weight.


According to Eat This, Not That!, "Just like white bread, white rice has been stripped of its nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants, making it nothing more than empty calories and a lot of carbs."

rice soup

Although all refined carbs are important to keep an eye on, white rice is especially important to watch out for considering how many meals include it.


From soups to grain bowls, white rice is a popular ingredient that you may not realize could be negatively impacting your health.

flat stomach

With that in mind, eliminating white rice from your diet is a good way to get on track for a healthier lifestyle.


Cutting out overly processed ingredients in general is a great step in the right direction when it comes to losing weight.

cauliflower rice

Instead, sticking to brown or wild rice (and whole grains)--or even switching over to cauliflower rice--could make a huge difference in how quickly you see weight loss results.


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