Yet the processed starch of fast carbs represents a staggering percentage of the calories we consume.
But the processed carbs that became our main food source have also proved to be a missing link between obesity and metabolic dysfunction.
Our bodies become intolerant to fast carbs, and by continuing to eat them, we further accelerate metabolic dysfunction.
When we burned at least as much as we consumed, processed carbs didn’t present the same problems—especially when those carbs weren’t as highly processed, because we didn’t have industrial techniques to shatter the food matrix so completely.
But today, when many of us struggle with weight and confront disorders like prediabetes or worse, processed carbs are a disaster.

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