Many customers ask me how much is “too much” when it comes to eating carbohydrates. As the CNHP at The Wolfe Clinic, I was taught some 23 years ago to consume a maximum of 100 grams of carbohydrates each day, preferably from vegetables while keeping grains to a minimal.
I was just reading an article from Dr. Jim Mercola, and he says, “I typically have about 60-70% of my diet as healthy fat and only consume about 100 grams of carbohydrates a day or less than 20% of my total calories. This amount is in line with Perfect Health Diet recommendations, but in my diet, most of the non-fiber carbohydrates are veggies. Only a few meals a week will include some grains as they are a real treat.”