These Foods And Beverages Are Low In Carbs But High In Flavor

Berries Are A Lower-Carb Fruit

Another item you may be surprised to see on this list is berries! Since fruit is known for its sugar content, you would assume they’d be a low-carb no-no. Since fruits are packed with micronutrients, it’s important to incorporate them into any diet.

Harvest Strawberries In Gaza
Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto via Getty Images
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Berries are a lower-carb option that can bring some sweetness into your low-carb diet. Raspberries only have 5 grams of sugar in an entire cup, while strawberries and blackberries have 7. Plus, their high fiber content brings the net carbohydrate count down.