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Food NameCaloriesCarb
Alfalfa seeds, sprouted, raw232.1
Amaranth leaves, raw234.0
Amaranth leaves, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt214.1
Arrowhead, raw9920.2
Arrowhead, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt7816.1
Artichokes, (globe or french), raw4710.5
Artichokes, (globe or french), cooked, boiled, drained, without salt5312.0
Artichokes, (globe or french), frozen, unprepared387.8
Artichokes, (globe or french), frozen, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt459.2
Asparagus, raw203.9
Asparagus, cooked, boiled, drained224.1
Asparagus, canned, regular pack, solids and liquids152.5
Asparagus, canned, drained solids192.5
Asparagus, frozen, unprepared244.1
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Carb Content of Vegetables and Vegetable Products

This database provides fiber, sugar, starch and net carb content of vegetables and vegetable products in addition to their standard macronutrient data (carbohydrate, protein and fat).
For the convenience of Atkins dieters, net carb (carbohydrate minus dietary fiber) values are also provided when the fiber contents are available.
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Low Carb Vegetables

List of 200 low-carb vegetables. Carb content is sorted from low to high. Vegetables are raw.



Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

1.3
Watercress

2.1
Alfalfa seeds, sprouted

2.2
Cucumber, peeled

2.2
Cabbage, chinese (pak-choi)

2.2
Lettuce, butterhead (includes boston and bibb types)

2.3
Lettuce, red leaf

2.3
Taro shoots

2.3
Pumpkin leaves

2.4
Seaweed, spirulina

2.5
New Zealand spinach

2.6
Radishes, white icicle

2.9
Broccoli raab

2.9
Lettuce, green leaf

3.0
Celery

3.0
Lettuce, iceberg (includes crisphead types)

3.0
Tomatoes, yellow

3.0
Waxgourd, (chinese preserving melon)

3.0
Chrysanthemum leaves

3.0
Chrysanthemum, garland

3.1
Borage

3.1
Squash, zucchini, baby

3.1
Squash, summer, zucchini, includes skin

3.1
Swamp cabbage, (skunk cabbage)

3.2
Tomatoes, orange

3.2
Dock

3.2
Cabbage, chinese (pe-tsai)

3.3
Mushrooms, white

3.3
Pumpkin flowers

3.3
Balsam-pear (bitter gourd), leafy tips


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

3.3
Lettuce, cos or romaine

3.3
Nopales

3.4
Endive

3.4
Squash, summer, all varieties

3.4
Gourd, white-flowered (calabash)

3.4
Purslane

3.4
Vinespinach, (basella)

3.4
Radishes

3.6
Cornsalad

3.6
Radish seeds, sprouted

3.6
Butterbur, (fuki)

3.6
Spinach

3.6
Cucumber, with peel

3.7
Celtuce

3.7
Arugula

3.7
Coriander (cilantro) leaves

3.7
Balsam-pear (bitter gourd), pods

3.7
Pokeberry shoots, (poke)

3.7
Chard, swiss

3.8
Squash, summer, scallop

3.9
Mushrooms, portabella, exposed to ultraviolet light

3.9
Mushrooms, portabella

3.9
Asparagus

3.9
Squash, summer, crookneck and straightneck

3.9
Tomatoes, red, ripe, year round average

3.9
Mustard spinach, (tendergreen)

4.0
Chicory, witloof

4.0
Amaranth leaves

4.1
Cardoon

4.1
Beans, kidney, mature seeds, sprouted

4.1
Radishes, oriental


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

4.3
Mushrooms, brown, Italian, or Crimini

4.3
Winged beans, immature seeds

4.3
Beet greens

4.4
Chives

4.4
Gourd, dishcloth (towelgourd)

4.5
Radicchio

4.5
Chayote, fruit

4.6
Peppers, sweet, green

4.7
Mustard greens

4.7
Chicory greens

4.8
Cowpeas, leafy tips

5.0
Cauliflower

5.1
Mushrooms, morel

5.1
Tomatoes, green

5.1
Seaweed, laver

5.2
Bamboo shoots

5.2
Broccoli, stalks

5.2
Broccoli, flower clusters

5.2
Broccoli, leaves

5.4
Pepper, banana

5.4
Cabbage, common (danish, domestic, and pointed types), freshly harvest

5.4
Cabbage, common (danish, domestic, and pointed types), stored

5.4
Collards

5.5
Cress, garden

5.5
Fiddlehead ferns

5.8
Cabbage

5.8
Jute, potherb

5.8
Tomatillos

5.9
Eggplant

5.9
Mung beans, mature seeds, sprouted

6.0
Peppers, sweet, red


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

6.1
Mushrooms, oyster

6.1
Cauliflower, green

6.1
Cabbage, savoy

6.2
Kohlrabi

6.3
Peppers, sweet, yellow

6.4
Turnips

6.5
Onions, welsh

6.5
Peppers, jalapeno

6.5
Pumpkin

6.6
Broccoli

6.7
Peppers, serrano

6.7
Taro leaves

6.7
Peppers, hungarian

6.7
Sesbania flower

6.8
Jew's ear, (pepeao)

6.8
Seaweed, agar

6.8
Mushrooms, shiitake

6.9
Mushrooms, Chanterelle

6.9
Taro, tahitian

6.9
Squash, winter, spaghetti

7.0
Beans, snap, green

7.0
Mushrooms, maitake

7.1
Turnip greens

7.1
Beans, snap, yellow

7.3
Fennel, bulb

7.3
Lambsquarters

7.3
Onions, spring or scallions (includes tops and bulb)

7.4
Cabbage, red

7.4
Epazote

7.5
Okra

7.6
Peas, edible-podded


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

7.6
Onions, sweet

7.8
Mushrooms, enoki

8.2
Carrots, baby

8.3
Drumstick leaves

8.3
Kale, scotch

8.4
Yardlong bean

8.5
Drumstick pods

8.6
Squash, winter, all varieties

8.6
Rutabagas

8.7
Squash, winter, hubbard

8.8
Kale

8.8
Peppers, hot chili, red

8.8
Sweet potato leaves

8.8
Yambean (jicama)

9.0
Brussels sprouts

9.1
Seaweed, wakame

9.2
Hyacinth-beans, immature seeds

9.2
Celeriac

9.2
Dandelion greens

9.3
Onions

9.5
Peppers, hot chili, green

9.5
Cowpeas, young pods with seeds

9.6
Beets

9.6
Soybeans, mature seeds, sprouted

9.6
Seaweed, kelp

9.6
Carrots

10.4
Squash, winter, acorn

10.5
Artichokes, (globe or french)

11.1
Soybeans, green

11.6
Beans, pinto, mature seeds, sprouted

11.7
Squash, winter, butternut


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

11.7
Broadbeans, immature seeds

12.3
Seaweed, irishmoss

12.4
Potatoes, skin

13.1
Beans, navy, mature seeds, sprouted

13.4
Arrowroot

14.1
Winged bean leaves

14.2
Leeks, (bulb and lower leaf-portion)

14.5
Peas, green

15.7
Potatoes, white, flesh and skin

15.9
Potatoes, red, flesh and skin

16.3
Mountain yam, hawaii

16.8
Shallots

17.2
Lotus root

17.3
Grape leaves

17.3
Burdock root

17.4
Jerusalem-artichokes

17.5
Potato, flesh and skin

17.5
Chicory roots

17.6
Beans, fava, in pod

17.8
Ginger root

18.0
Parsnips

18.1
Potatoes, russet, flesh and skin

18.6
Salsify, (vegetable oyster)

18.7
Corn, sweet, yellow

18.8
Cowpeas (blackeyes), immature seeds

19.0
Corn, sweet, white

19.2
Fireweed, leaves

19.6
Succotash, (corn and limas)

20.1
Sweet potato, unprepared

20.2
Lima beans, immature seeds

20.2
Arrowhead


Carb (g)
Low Carb Vegetables (100 g of edible food portion)

22.1
Lentils, sprouted

23.5
Wasabi, root

23.6
Yautia (tannier)

23.9
Pigeonpeas, immature seeds

23.9
Waterchestnuts, chinese, (matai)

25.3
Lemon grass (citronella)

26.5
Taro

27.1
Peas, mature seeds, sprouted

27.9
Yam

28.1
Winged bean tuber

31.7
Eppaw

33.1
Garlic

38.1
Cassava
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