Carbs can be complicated: They’re necessary for cell function at every level of your body, but too much of them can make you feel tired and bloated.
So what is a low-carb snack exactly? According to Amy Shapiro, RD, founder of Real Nutrition, a snack might be considered low-carb if it contains under eight grams of carbs. Though Valerie Goldberg, RD, points out that the definition of “low-carb” can vary from person to person, depending on their weight, diet, and goals.
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