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    Talking list of best complex carbs

    please help me with some good complex carb suggestions.

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    Re: list of best complex carbs

    Originally posted by ps24eva
    please help me with some good complex carb suggestions.
    The best complex carbs are oatmeal (not instant), sweet potatoes, yams, brown rice, rye, beans, lentils, bulghur,...

    Otherwise, pastas, whole wheat bread (no sugar and fats added), potatoes... are good as well.

    Don't forget fibrous veggies like brocoli, green beans, cabbage, cauliflower, aspargus...

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    Originally posted by zall
    Maltodextrin
    Really??? I thought this stuff was made from corn and had really high GI. If you have a link please provide cause i've been considering a complex carb product made from 100% maltodextrin--but i am not yet convinced that it ranks among oatmeal and whole grains.

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    Originally posted by nubreed
    Really??? I thought this stuff was made from corn and had really high GI. If you have a link please provide cause i've been considering a complex carb product made from 100% maltodextrin--but i am not yet convinced that it ranks among oatmeal and whole grains.
    You're correct about maltodextrin. It comes from corn and have a high GI. It is not at all the same that oatmeal and other whole grains.

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    Re: Re: list of best complex carbs

    anthonyfel is basically dead on. And no malto does not belong in the list imho. What does belong there are:
    Oatmeal (Old Fashioned or Quick Oats)
    Sweet Potatoes (Yams)
    Beans (pinto, black, kidney)
    Oat Bran Cereal
    Brown Rice
    Farina (Cream of Wheat)
    Multigrain Hot Cereal
    Pasta
    Potatoes (red, baking, new)
    Green Leafy Lettuce (Green Leaf, Red, Leaf, Romaine)
    Broccoli
    Asparagus
    String Beans
    Spinach
    Bell Peppers
    Brussels Sprouts
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Just to name a few! hope this helps
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    has anyone done instant mashed potatoes?


    are there anyother quick alternatives?

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    Thumbs up Re: Re: Re: list of best complex carbs

    Originally posted by jhov
    anthonyfel is basically dead on. And no malto does not belong in the list imho. What does belong there are:
    Oatmeal (Old Fashioned or Quick Oats)
    Sweet Potatoes (Yams)
    Beans (pinto, black, kidney)
    Oat Bran Cereal
    Brown Rice
    Farina (Cream of Wheat)
    Multigrain Hot Cereal
    Pasta
    Potatoes (red, baking, new)
    Green Leafy Lettuce (Green Leaf, Red, Leaf, Romaine)
    Broccoli
    Asparagus
    String Beans
    Spinach
    Bell Peppers
    Brussels Sprouts
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Just to name a few! hope this helps
    peace
    j
    good list man

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    Instant mashed potatoes are disgusting.

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    Originally posted by ripped_holla
    Instant mashed potatoes are disgusting.
    they aren't the best either for nutritional value.

    I cringe at the thought of those mash potatoes that come in most TV dinners.

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    Originally posted by zall
    Maltodextrin
    I sent NOW Nutrition an email regarding their CARBO GAIN product...the online ad is a little sketchy as they claim maltodextrin is a complex carb and absorbs slowly...here's a reply from a nutritionist:


    I have no input on label design, however I agree that maltodextrin is a high GI starch that is not digested very slowly. I
    recommend if you are interested in utilizing this carbohydrate to add fiber like apple pectin and possibly defatted flax meal to slow down absorption via the soluble and insoluble fiber content. Be well.


    Which prompts another concern...can you really slow the absorption of high GI carbs so that they have a smaller impact on blood sugar?

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    Originally posted by ripped_holla
    Instant mashed potatoes are disgusting.

    I want something quick to make besides the cereals (oatmeal, cream of wheat etc.) ,breads and veggies

    That leaves me with yams, potatoes, brown rice and pasta.

    What are the quick ways to make yams or potatoes?

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    Originally posted by nubreed
    I sent NOW Nutrition an email regarding their CARBO GAIN product...the online ad is a little sketchy as they claim maltodextrin is a complex carb and absorbs slowly...here's a reply from a nutritionist:


    I have no input on label design, however I agree that maltodextrin is a high GI starch that is not digested very slowly. I
    recommend if you are interested in utilizing this carbohydrate to add fiber like apple pectin and possibly defatted flax meal to slow down absorption via the soluble and insoluble fiber content. Be well.


    Which prompts another concern...can you really slow the absorption of high GI carbs so that they have a smaller impact on blood sugar?
    Sure you can, the gi rating only rates the food when eaten alone. Adding things like protein, fat, and fiber into the meal significantly reduce the glycemic index of that meal. Example: putting olive oil or peanut butter on a slice of bread will lower the gi of that meal as a whole, making the digestion process take longer.

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    Originally posted by CleaR
    Sure you can, the gi rating only rates the food when eaten alone. Adding things like protein, fat, and fiber into the meal significantly reduce the glycemic index of that meal. Example: putting olive oil or peanut butter on a slice of bread will lower the gi of that meal as a whole, making the digestion process take longer.
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    What are the quick ways to make yams or potatoes?

    sweet potatoes: 450 degree oven for 1 hour,,,I make mine the night before,,,when I get home,,,,and put them in zip-loc bags.
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    Originally Posted by ps24eva View Post
    I want something quick to make besides the cereals (oatmeal, cream of wheat etc.) ,breads and veggies

    That leaves me with yams, potatoes, brown rice and pasta.

    What are the quick ways to make yams or potatoes?
    sweet potatoes or yams are pretty easy stab it with a fork wrap it in some paper towel or kitchen roll bang it in the microwave for 2:30 mins then turn it over and put it in for another 2:30 mins then just test if its soft enough if not put it in for as long as needed

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    Who cares if they are good or bad carbs. I ate white rice and white bread during my cut often and I still obtained my goals. This slow digesting low GI crap really does not matter. Hell you can get your carbs from Ramen. Carbs are carbs.

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    Originally Posted by alexgoodhind View Post
    sweet potatoes or yams are pretty easy stab it with a fork wrap it in some paper towel or kitchen roll bang it in the microwave for 2:30 mins then turn it over and put it in for another 2:30 mins then just test if its soft enough if not put it in for as long as needed
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    Originally Posted by alexgoodhind View Post
    sweet potatoes or yams are pretty easy stab it with a fork wrap it in some paper towel or kitchen roll bang it in the microwave for 2:30 mins then turn it over and put it in for another 2:30 mins then just test if its soft enough if not put it in for as long as needed
    Absolutely hate my sweet potatoes microwaved. Dries them out. Can't beat 450F for 50mins-1hr. Much tastier, throw a chit ton of cinnamon on them, and eat mixed with grilled chicken. I eat this everyday postworkout.

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    Originally Posted by PowerHaus19 View Post
    Who cares if they are good or bad carbs. I ate white rice and white bread during my cut often and I still obtained my goals. This slow digesting low GI crap really does not matter. Hell you can get your carbs from Ramen. Carbs are carbs.
    Lol wut?

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    I'd recommend you stay away from synthetic nutrients like maltodextrin. I suggest naturally occurring carbs from whole foods like tapioca, potatoes or beans.

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    Depending on Sweet potato size,
    The small ones I do in the microwave 5 - 6 min.
    The bigger ones, ~12min.

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    Originally Posted by sdunn96 View Post
    Depending on Sweet potato size,
    The small ones I do in the microwave 5 - 6 min.
    The bigger ones, ~12min.
    Please look at the thread date

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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    Please look at the thread date
    Good lord man, sorry for posting in a thread that people posted in 2 months ago.

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    Originally Posted by sdunn96 View Post
    Good lord man, sorry for posting in a thread that people posted in 2 months ago.
    10 years ago you mean

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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    10 years ago you mean
    Right, but others posted in here back in August.
    I don't see you jumping down their throats.....

    If it is an old post, and you don't like old posts....then don't click on it.

    Other newbies that come in here, may find a list of carbs like this, some good info.

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    Originally Posted by sdunn96 View Post
    Right, but others posted in here back in August.
    I don't see you jumping down their throats.....

    If it is an old post, and you don't like old posts....then don't click on it.

    Other newbies that come in here, may find a list of carbs like this, some good info.
    Actually you'll notice people have and the bumpers usually get negged and are red

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