Keto Vegetables You're Eating Low-Carb

One cup of raw spinach only contains 0.4 grams of net carbs. It is also a great source for omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, and vitamin K. 

Spinach

Artichokes are not only loaded with antioxidants, but they also contain vitamin C and no cholesterol. They are also versatile and can be used in many keto recipes

Artichokes

Chances are you don't use more than about five cloves of garlic in one meal, but multiply the nutritional info by the number you use to see just how many net carbs

Garlic

With their high healthy fat count, avocados are great whole foods to eat to keep you in ketosis. They also are great alternatives for high-carb butter

Avocado

Raw iceberg lettuce is extremely low in carbohydrates, making it a safe bet for those following the keto diet.

Lettuce

Mushrooms not only have an extremely low sodium amount, but they're also low-carb. They're easy to saute and are great for any meal

Mushrooms

These crunchy stalks are 96 percent water and low-carb. In addition to being super hydrating, one cup also contains a good amount of vitamin K.

Celery

Eggplant is extremely versatile in cooking as it doesn't have a strong taste and bakes well. It contains antioxidants and has a low net carb count.

Eggplant

The trend of cauliflower everything has not gone away, and for good reason. The vegetable is versatile (hello, cauliflower rice) and low-carb.

Cauliflower

Raw radishes are great for throwing on top of salads, and they're also low in net carbs! They are also a great source for vitamin B6

Radish

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