We all know how important fiber is to any diet. But many foods that contain fiber also bring with it carbs and if you are on Atkins, Keto or any low-carb diet every gram of carbs counts.
I was also very courious and wanted to see if there were any foods that were almost all fiber. Thats when I came across Corn Bran:
1 cup of Corn Bran (crude) contains:
6 Cals. from Fat
65g Diatery Fiber
So the question here is:
If you only count NET CARBS (carbs-fiber=net carbs) and Corn Bran has 65g of each doesnt this mean you are in fact consuming 65g of fiber and 0 Net Carbs?
And so cant someone on Keto or Atkins use Corn Bran as a pure source of fiber without worrying about carbs?
For all you Keto dieters: where do you get your fiber from?
Thread: Fiber Source (Corn Bran, crude)