Recent research into macronutrients has shown that they have a more complex relationship than was first thought. What is important is that a healthy meal should have a balance of; Carbohydrates, Protein, and Lipids/Fats. Consensus regarding the quantities of each estimate that Carbohydrates should consist of around 60% of the meal, the next highest would be Protein around 20%, followed by fats 15% and fibre the remaining 5%. Carbohydrates come in all forms, similarly with Protein and Fats. Often it is not the quantity eaten that is the major significant factor, but its quality. Too often debates tend to focus on the benefit of one over the other rather than looking at their individual qualities, and how each play an essential role in everyday health.
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