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EXOTEC Posts: 3,327
5/3/14 10:21 A

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5/3/14 12:27 A

There are three type sof carbs: http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/f
ood/what-can-i-eat/understanding-carbo
hydrates/types-of-carbohydrates.html


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5/3/14 12:23 A

Okay. So total carbs, sugars, and dietary fiber...

I noticed something and I am veeeeery curious.

Take, for example, 1 cup of sliced green bell peppers. 9.0g total carbs. 1.6g dietary fiber. 4.6g sugars. That leaves 2.8g of carbs that are not shown what they are. Is there a different type of fiber? Is that the soluble fiber and the dietary fiber is what is insoluble and, therefore, not counted for net carbs?

Just curious. emoticon

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