10 FOODS SOURCES OF CARBS

You're on a low-carb diet, which means you're probably eating a lot of veggies. But if you've been adding low-fat dressing to your greens or spreading low-fat peanut butter 

REDUCED-FAT FOODS

 Eggs that come pre-cracked in a carton are gross. Not only do they contain things that aren't typically found in an egg like xanthan gum

LIQUID EGGS

The bulk of your plate is filled with broccoli, spinach, and steak, but if you smother your entire plate with gravy, there's a good a chance your meal 

SAUCES

The same suggestion holds true for condiments. You know the "extra ketchup" Bobby asked to be added to his chicken patty? Carb bomb!

CONDIMENTS

A typical container of plain Greek yogurt has six grams of carbs, all from the naturally occurring dairy sugars, making it a solid breakfast or snack pick

YOGURT

Sure, 95 percent of the dish is made with shredded vegetables and mayo, but the remaining five percent is all sugar. As a result, a half-cup of coleslaw

COLESLAW

Some people wrongly assume that sugar-free foods are also lower in carbs than their sweeter counterparts—which isn't case. Many of these foods substitute

NO-SUGAR-ADDED FOODS

While all natural nut butters contain little more than nuts and salt, the ultra-processed kind is filled with all sorts of questionable ingredients ranging

PEANUT BUTTER

Chicken may be a zero-carb food, but that all changes the second breading and a deep fryer are thrown into the mix. For example, there are 11 grams of carbs

FRIED FOODS

Nuts are great for low-carb dieters. They're crunchy and pair nicely in terms of flavor with other low-carb staples like string cheese and blueberries

CASHEWS

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