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For years we've been hearing that cutting carbs should be a cornerstone of most diets when you're trying to lose weight… but not so fast! Turns out, there are some carbs you're going to want to keep around.

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For years we've been hearing that cutting carbs should be a cornerstone of most diets when you're trying to lose weight… but not so fast! Turns out, there are some carbs you're going to want to keep around.

Brown Rice

Making the switch from white to brown rice will do your body a whole lot of good. Since white rice is stripped of most of its nutritional value, eating brown instead will give you a healthy dose of fiber, magnesium, and vitamin all while filling you up.

Sweet Potatoes

Jane Says: Let’s Settle This Yam-Sweet Potato Confusion Once and For All Though the term ‘yam’ is thrown around with abandon, there’s a big difference between the white starchy tuber and sweet potatoes.

Black Beans

They're rich in soluble fiber, which has been shown to reduce the deep, visceral fat that can plump your waist and put you at increased risk for heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers.

Popcorn

Each handful is packed with whole grains and fiber, and it shows: In one study, volunteers ate fewer calories and reported feeling more satisfied when snacking on popcorn than they did when eating potato chips.

Quinoa

For years we've been hearing that cutting carbs should be a cornerstone of most diets when you're trying to lose weight… but not so fast! Turns out, there are some carbs you're going to want to keep around.