What do carbohydrates do?
Sugars and starches go through chemical reactions to create glucose, a single-sugar unit. This creates energy for your body and it helps many organ function properly.
Fiber is an indigestible carbohydrate that acts like a broom; it sweeps away waste and helps maintain bowel health.
Not having enough carbohydrates can cause fatigue, weakness, increased risk of heart disease, drastic weight loss, and even death.