Common questions about low-carb vegetables
In case you needed another reason to eat your vegetables, this chart proves that most of your favorite are ridiculously low in carbs! We're talking super low—like one-net-carb-for-three-cups-of-spinach low. If you're thinking about starting the keto diet or even a low-carb diet, this chart will be your bible. Here are some common questions we get about low-carb vegetables:
What vegetables are low in carbs?
Most leafy greens like spinach, cabbage, and kale are low in carbs as well as the rest we have featured in the chart above. Potatoes, corn, peas, and squash are higher carb veggies.
What is the lowest carb vegetable?
Spinach without a doubt is the lowest carb at 1 net carb per 100 gram serving. For the lowest carb fruits, we've got ya.
What are net carbs?
It's important to note that these carb counts are measured by net carbs, not total carbs. This means total carbs minus fiber. Another important point to remember when checking out this chart is that these carb counts are all measured per 100 grams, or 3.5 ounces.
What does that mean?
This means you can eat over three cups of spinach for 1 net carb, about half an avocado for 2 net carbs, about 10 olives for 3 net carbs, etc. We recommend buying a food scale for the most accurate information. This one pictured here is our favorite.
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