14 High-Carb Foods and Why You Should Avoid Unhealthy Sources!

11) Soft drinks

These are also known as carbonated beverages, and they are a source of empty calories. It means that they contain high amounts of sugar, and do not provide any nutritional value. Sugar in soft drinks can also lead to tooth decay and weight gain. In 100 grams of soda you will get around 11 grams of carbs. It may seem a very low count, but remember that you won’t probably drink 100 milliliters of soda each time. The usual soda can contains almost four times that measure, and sometimes you can’t get enough with only one can.