20 Foods Low In Carbohydrates You Need To Eat

20 Foods Low In Carbohydrates You Need To Eat

Olives have zero carbs? What about kale, cauliflower and greek yogurt? In today’s video we will be covering all the foods low in carbohydrates. Watch till the end, some may end up surprising you.

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
Simple vs complex carbs – 00:50
1. Salmon – 01:45
2. Tomato – 02:10
3. Broccoli – 02:29
4. Onion – 02:51
5. Cauliflower – 03:16
6. Kale – 03:44
7. Asparagus – 04:09
8. Eggplant – 04:29
9. Bell pepper – 04:55
10. Green beans – 05:21
11. Mushroom – 05:41
12. Spinach – 06:06
13. Avocado – 06:27
14. Olives – 06:48
15. Apricot – 07:12
16. Almond – 07:33
17. Walnut – 08:06
18. Chia seeds – 08:33
19. Cheese – 08:51
20. Extra virgin olive oil – 09:13

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Summary:
1. Salmon
Starting off our list is one of the most popular healthy foods. Salmon is extremely high in nutrients along with brain and heart friendly fats. It also contains low to zero carbs. Being one of the easiest proteins to prepare, it’s a superstar in every ketogenic diet. Go ahead and bake or poach it in some aromatic herbs and spices for a delicious meal.

2. Tomato
Tomatoes are low carb making them an ideal addition to any salad or sandwich. While rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals they should be eaten in moderation in a low carb diet. Although botanically a fruit, they contain way less carbs than a conventional fruit of the same size.

3. Broccolli
When it comes to low carb high nutrient foods, broccoli is an obvious choice. Just one cup of raw broccoli contains less than 5 grams of carbs and over 100% vitamin C and K. The amount of carbs is highly digestible. A good helping of assorted low carb veggies regularly reduces insulin resistance and helps prevent cancer.

4. Onion
No cuisine is complete without the addition of onions. This delicious vegetable is nutritionally rich and when eaten in small amounts, adds a burst of flavor to any meal. High in antioxidants, anti inflammatory elements and fiber, it contains less than 10 grams of carbs in every 100 grams. Its health benefits include boosting bone health, improving digestion and increasing good cholesterol levels.

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