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10 Keto-Friendly Vegetables That Are Amazingly Low-Carb


When people consider foods they can eat on the keto diet, they are likely to zero in on meats and fats (a.k.a., the yummy stuff). But while fruits are usually kept to a minimum, veggies can get certain serious play on the diet.

Obviously, not every vegetables are created equal in the keto diet's eyes. Some, such as peas, beans, corn, and carrots, are usually pretty rich in carbs. But there are many low-carb veggies that may be a great part of any keto diet.


Listed here are the best low-carb vegetables out there. Include these to your regular keto rotation to help keep your daily diet healthy—and to balance out all that bacon and butter.

1 . Watercress
This superfood offers a deliciously peppery taste , which makes it next-level for salads. This also contains less than a half gram of carbs per cup, based on the USDA, so you can thoroughly go to town on this green.


2 . Celery
Celery's got only one gram of carbs per stalk, which certainly makes it keto-friendly.

Celery also has a solid amount of folate, potassium, and also vitamin C, and has a good amount of water in it, so you’re basically hydrating yourself while you eat.

3 .Broccoli
This bitter cruciferous veggie provides one gram of carbs per cup. It’s additionally full of calcium, folate, and iron, to deliver all sorts of nutrients in every bite.

4. Bok Choy
Bok choy is tasty in any type of pan-Asian dish you can dream up, also it adds a nice kick to salads. Oh, and it’s only one and a half grams of carbs per cup.

5. Spinach
This green is super-versatile—you may chop it up and have it in salads, cook it with garlic and serve it together with steak, or throw a handful into whatever it is you’re making.

It’s also fine for keto fans, at only one gram of carbs per cup of raw leaves, and is full of nutrients such as carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and also calcium.

6. Mushrooms
Mushrooms are a yummy addition to any dish, and they pack just a little more than 3 grams of carbs per cup. They’re also great sources of B vitamins, selenium, potassium, copper, fiber, and also protein.

7. Asparagus
Asparagus pops up a lot in keto tasty recipes and, at around half a gram of carbs per stalk, it’s obvious to see why. Asparagus is also a good source of fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E and K, and chromium.

8. Swiss Chard
This veggie provides a special taste, and it’s just a little more than one gram of carbs per cup. It’s full of nutrients such as vitamins K, A, and C, and is a great source of magnesium, potassium, iron, and also dietary fiber.

9. Zucchini
While zucchini noodles are huge in the keto world, you can still find some carbs in this veg: six grams per average zucchini, to be exact.

Still, zucchini provides a good amount of potassium and vitamin C, which makes it a good veggie to have in the mix.

10. Radishes
A cup full of these little veggies (which is a lot for radishes) provides four grams of carbs, which makes them a great add-on. Include a few slices to a salad or over your steak to include a little spice to your meal.