Net Carbs in Vegetables (per Pound & 100 Grams)

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  • Net Carbs = Total Carbs – Fiber
  • Net Carbs (LB) = Net Carbs per Pound
  • Net Carbs (100G) = Net Carbs per 100 Grams
  • See “More Information” below for a few more details.
FoodNet Carbs (lb)Net Carbs (100g)Total Carbs (100g)Fiber (100g)Sugar (100g)Protein (100g)Source
Watercress3.580.791.290.50.22.3Watercress
Romaine5.401.193.292.11.191.23Romaine
Spinach6.491.433.632.20.422.86Spinach
Asparagus8.071.783.882.11.882.2Asparagus
Zucchini9.122.013.111.1-2.71Zucchini
Arugula9.302.053.651.62.052.58Arugula
Avocado10.072.227.825.62.422.23Avocado
Mushroom10.252.263.2611.983.09Mushroom
Tomato (Red)12.202.693.891.22.630.88Tomato (Red)
Cauliflower13.472.974.9721.911.92Cauliflower
Broccoli18.324.046.642.61.72.82Broccoli
Kale23.365.158.753.62.264.28Kale

More Information

  • Net Carbs (LB) is a calculated field based on the Net Carbs (100G) column.
  • This list is not entirely vegetables, but more so, a list of common foods I’ve eaten during the Ketogenic Diet Experiment that contain carbohydrates . Avocado is a fruit, for example.
  • The numbers are based on the raw (uncooked) foods from the USDA National Nutrient Database, Release 26.

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