Carbohydrates that digest faster are simple carbohydrates. Crackers, fruit and juices are all considered simple carbohydrates because they are easy and quick to digest.
There is no exact or direct answer to the question of how long does it take to carbohydrates to digest. There could be variations depending of the type of food we are talking about. Traditionally, there is the distinction between simple and complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates, like those contained by white bread and sugary foods are digested quickly, whereas complex carbs, as whole grain bread can take much longer to digest. This is because of the fiber content in the later, which make them better for digestion and intestinal health.
Carbohydrates are digested by an enzyme called Amylase and it turns it into glucose
carbohydrates are the main compounds digested by amylase
It can take 20 minutes to an hour depending on the type of pill and if your stomach is empty or not.
Its the long term carbohydrates.
I think it really all depends on what type of food you have in that mouthful.
generally food containing transfats takes 3-4 days to digest...it is a bad type a fat
24-72 hours. depends on the amount and type of food you ate. source: Healthline
Generally, food takes 24 to 72 hours to digest. However, specifically with cheese, depending on the type and how much you consume, it can take 3 to 6 hours to digest. Personally, I ate 2 bowls of nacho cheese today so theoretically it would 6 hours to digest. 👍👐
It depends on the type of carbohydrate. Simple carbohydrates (or sugars), such as glucose and fructose, are absorbed into the bloodstream and provide an immediate energy boost, and are the most quickly turned into energy. Other carbohydrates, such as starch, take more time to digest and are probably similar energy wise as protein or fats. However, as far as containing the most energy in a given amount, fats beat all carbohydrates and proteins by far.