Your digestion is getting worse
As we said before, your body needs carbohydrates to produce energy and this process starts with your digestion. Fiber belongs to the category of good carbohydrates, which are essential for the proper functioning of the digestive system.
According to medical experts, people on a low-carb diet are more likely to develop gastrointestinal diseases, such as a bloated belly and constipation.
In addition, people who want to lose a few extra pounds should eat more food rich in fiber. They can also help you reduce the inflammation. Nutritionists recommend eating approximately 25 grams (for women) and 38 grams (for men).
If you want to increase your good carb intake you should include in your diet some high-fiber foods, such as pears, strawberries, avocados, apples, raspberries, bananas, carrots, broccoli, lentils, quinoa, oats, almonds, chia, dark chocolate and so on.