Can someone explain to me why they are called "good carbs"? Carbs are bad, in terms of cholesterol, inflamation and overall health, all carbs are pretty much the same. Are we calling them "good carbs" when we should be describing them as "carbs in good food"? I get how eatig potatoes for carbs are better than eating bread for carbs, but the carbs arent "good" the food surrounding the carbs are "better".

Is this just a case of mislabeling?