Grains Low in Net Carbs

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Grains Low in Net Carbs

Whole grains are a good source of fiber, carbohydrates, and energy. Net carbs are equal to total carbohydrates minus the amount of fiber. The theory is we do not digest the carbohydrates trapped in fiber.

Grains low in net carbs include oatmeal, soba noodles, bulgur, buckwheat, whole wheat pasta, cornmeal, and wild rice. Eating foods low in net carbs ensures you will digest the carbohydrates more slowly while feeling full for longer.

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Data Sources and References

  1. U.S. Agricultural Research Service Food Data Central
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