Low Carb Fruits -- With Free Carb Counter Chart
Print out the chart if you wish and use it as a daily guide.
The link to the vegetable carb counter chart awaits you at the bottom of this page.
Fruits are part of a healthy diet. However, some fruits contain significantly more carbohydrate than others do. Use the charts wisely to make the best choices.
Use the charts as guides for weight loss or weight maintenance.
In the final column of each segment of the chart is the approximate amount of carbohydrate in each fruit or portion.
So, let's learn more!
If you intend to add fruits to your low carb diet, choose the best: To maximize the health benefits of fruit, eat organically grown fruits when possible.
A low carb diet does work. It works for health! It works for weight loss!
The Carbohydrate Chart
As stated earlier, if you are able to afford it, organic fruit is the better choice.
The above chart gives you both the calories and carbohydrates in fruit. Remember that what is crucial is carbohydrates -- rather than calories.
If you restrict carbs and eat plenty of protein and fat from natural sources, it's unlikely that you need to worry about calories.
Mother Nature designed our bodies to flourish with clean water and natural sources of proteins and fats; hence, we often do not handle carbohydrates well.
Therefore, it's generally best to avoid eating high carb (fructose/sugar) fruits.
You may occasionally consume a small portion of low carb berries, which are usually highly nutritious. As you will note, berries are usually lowest in carbs.
Since most fruits are high in carbohydrates, it's usually better to focus more on leafy green "vegetables."
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If you also wish to use low carb vegetables as well as low carb fruits see the following page:
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