Condiments Carb Chart - Atkins

Condiments Carb Chart - Atkins
Whether it's garlic, pickles, ketchup or other "things" you add to your meals, condiments often come with a carb and calorie cost. It's important that these values are added into your daily intake and accounted for. Here are the carb counts for many of your favorite condiments.

Most values here are for 1 tablespoon unless otherwise indicated. The carbs stated are effective carbs.

Capers: 0.1g
Chili sauce: 5g
Chutney: 5.9g
Garlic (1): 0.9g
Ginger slide: 0.8g
Honey (1 tsp): 5.8g
Ketchup: 4.0g
Maple syrup: 13.4g
Mayonnaise: 3.5g
Mustard, Dijon: 0.5g
Mustard, yellow: 0.6g
Olives, black: 0.7g
Olives, green: 2.5g
Olive oil: 0g
Pepper (1 tsp): 0.3g
Pickle (1): 1.9g
Relish: 6g
Salt: 0g
Soy sauce: 0.9g
Special Sauce (McDonald's Big Mac): 3g
Steak Sauce (A-1): 3g
Worcestershire sauce (1 tsp): 0.9g

Vinegar is on a page of its own, because there are a variety of options with it.
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Please let me know if there are any other condiments that you use that you'd like me to add onto this listing.

It's important to keep track of those condiments. You might think you're making an ideal choice for a meal - but once you add on all those condiments, it could be quite unhealthy. Be sure to take into account all of the items you add onto your main meal, to see how it will impact your health and your weight loss goals.

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