Different types of carbs have slightly different effects on your body. For example, sugars are, not surprisingly, the least healthy form of carbs. When you ingest sugars they're absorbed quickly and can cause a "spike" in your blood sugar level. When your body lowers your blood sugar levels a short time later, you may become hungry again. Sugar also tends to be found in highly processed and less nutritious foods. People who tend to each more sugars have a higher risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and dental cavities.
If you eat carbs as starches it takes a bit more time for them to be broken down into sugars so their effect on your blood sugar level is slower and lasts longer. This is a better option.
Fibers, on the other hand, aren't digested by us, but rather help us feel full and contribute to a healthy gut by feeding our friendly gut bacteria. People who eat a lot of fiber tend to have a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, and digestive issues.