That is just what I am saying, If your tracker tells you to eat 80 grams of carbs, and you do, but 20 grams of them are fiber it is the same as just eating 60 grams of carbs.
If we were just counting carbs, we would not include the fiber, Not that fiber is bad, but it is not a calorie source. Because our tracker counts calories it is not a big problem, but I eat a lot of vegetables so also eat a lot of fiber. I am a diabetic so like to keep an eye on my carbs.
this is something we can track, another person told me how
you can go to the Nutrition tracker and add "Carbs for low-carb diet" as another nutrient to trac. It automatically subtracts the fiber grams from the total carb grams to give you net carbs. It doesn't show up with the calories, fat, carbs, protein, but down at the bottom of the page in the Weekly and today's Totals section.
Click on the Edit Nutrition Goals button, then scroll down until you see Carbs (for low-carb diets), and add it. You can set the range you want to stick to.
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