Learn how to calculate Net Carbohydrates on food labels!
Food label on package of cooked chicken
Food label #1 -let's count net carbs
This label is simple to count because there is no fiber listed to subtract from the
Total Carbohydrate. The Net Carb is 1 per 1/2 cup serving. This label is from a package of cooked chicken so you will see
labels like this occasionally. Make sure you always read the
The math is so simple once you know the formula. This is it one more time. Total carbohydrate subtract- dietary fiber = Net Carbs.
If the product has sugar alcohol subtract from the total carbohydrate. So you have
(total carbohydrate) minus the - (dietary fiber)
then minus the- sugar alcohol = Net Carbs.
Guilt Free Ice Cream Bar with Sugar Alcohols
Food Label #2 so let's count net carbs
Take your Total Carbohydrate 9g, subtract Dietary Fiber -2g and Sugar Alcohol -3g = 4g Net Carbs per ice cream bar.
This is a great product to stock in your freezer, for those times you need a little ice cream. By the way these bars are vanilla
ice cream dipped in sugar free chocolate and you can find them at Publix Grocery Store.