Is Pasta Healthy?

Trisha Calvo

The low-carb diet craze is pretty much over, but misconceptions linger. Take pasta, for example. “Pasta doesn't deserve its bad rap for being unhealthy and fattening,” says Amy Keating, R.D., a dietitian in Consumer Reports’ food lab.
On the plus side, regular pasta is made from durum wheat (semolina), a variety that has a higher protein content than most other types.
It’s also a convenient and inexpensive food. And cutting it out of your diet isn’t the magical path to a slimmer you. READ ARTICLE>