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Which best describes your attitude toward carbohydrates?
I am a low-carb disciple!
16%
I'm carb-conscious, but I'm not a fanatic about it.
47%
I try to eat mostly "good" carbs.
0%
I count carbs, but I don't avoid high-carb foods.
17%
I eat as many carbs as I want.
4%
Label me carb-confused!
13%
Total votes are 806
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by Brenda Bell
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