Find a chart listing the amount of carbohydrates in different vegetables by looking through the carbohydrate charts available on LowCarbeDiem.com, Ketogenic-Diet-Resource.com or Lasting-Weight-Loss.com. These websites offer a number of charts listing the carbohydrate amounts in various foods.
Low Carbe Diem offers several different charts listing the carbohydrate values in given servings of different foods. The charts appear on a single page. Scroll down to find the low-carbohydrate vegetable chart. All of the vegetables listed contain under 8 grams of carbohydrates per serving. Vegetables on the list include artichoke, broccoli, eggplant, spinach and tomato. This chart does not list serving amounts.
Ketogenic Diet Resource offers links to carbohydrate charts for proteins, fruits, vegetables and dairy products. The vegetable chart lists a variety of types of vegetables and includes serving sizes, calorie counts, total carbohydrate amounts and net carbohydrate amounts This chart takes its information from the United States Department of Agriculture Nutritional Database.
Lasting-Weight-Loss.com's chart of low-carbohydrate vegetables is more extensive. This chart lists the carbohydrate and calorie counts in 100-gram servings of various vegetables. Some of the vegetables on this chart include alfalfa sprouts, eggplant, endive, kale and radish. This chart also includes information on how carbohydrate amounts vary depending on the preparation of a type of vegetable. For example, canned whole kernel corn contains 27 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams, while a 100-gram serving of raw corn kernels contain only 17 grams of carbohydrates.