In a keto diet, it is essential to cut down the net carb consumption and consume proportionally more fat for your body to achieve a state of ketosis.
But how to measure net carb? Take note that the net card is not the same as the TOTAL carbohydrates that you see in food labels. The total carbohydrate count includes fiber. But since your body cannot digest fiber, we should take this out of the equation. Thus, NET CARB = TOTAL carbs – fiber content.
For this label, carbohydrates are measured at 15g and fiber content at 3g. That means net carbohydrate content is 12g.
So if you are on a carb net watch following your keto diet or non-specific low-carb diet, here’s are the top net-carbs friendly fruits to add to your list:
A small or medium-sized serving of this juicy fruit contains only 8-9 grams of low carbs put is loaded with Vitamins C, A, Potassium, and much more!
8 Kiwi Fruit
6. Cantaloupe (melon)
More or less a cup of those healthy raspberries will give you 5 grams of low carbs plus its an innate antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers along with it
All fruits are not created equal, but they were undoubtedly made to help you with your fitness and nutrition goals. Don’t forget to grab these fruits on the list the next time you go shopping!
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