This is the single most important aspect. Of course, in order to make informed decisions on what to eat, we need to actually know how many of these little carbs are in all our beloved fruits, vegetables or nuts. I noticed that there are many differing numbers around in the various resources publicly available. Once this site is fully up and running with a sound number of recipes, I will work on condensing all these numbers into a list of my own that I can share with you here. Much more convenient for us all! In the meantime, if you’d like to get a picture on carb content for fruits, vegetables, nuts or else, please check out the following links that will lead you to loads of data.

Limes, Calamansi and Lemons
Lemons, limes and their little cousins, calamansis, contain very little carbs but lots of nutrients and vitamins.

Here you go:

Carbohydrate Reference Tables: This is a long with scores and scores of carb data, compiled by the Wirral Community, a semi-autonomous organisational unit within the National Health Service in England.

Nutrition Information – including carb load – for Raw Fruits, Vegetables, and Fish by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) – with lots of links to downloadable posters.

Carbohydrate Counter is a free resource using data compiled by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

This Carbohydrate Food List has been issued by Michigan Medicine, a health unit of the University of Michigan. is a great resource for information on low-carb and keto diets and their nutritional benefits, many written by physicians. It contains carbohydrate tables for fruits, nuts and veg. You can also find hundreds of recipes there. I used it a lot in my early keto days – to read and to find suitable and tasty meals.