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PopcornYou might be surprised to think of popcorn as a grain, never mind a lower-carb grain, but a 1 cup (14 grams) serving of popped popcorn actually only has 6. 5 grams of net carbs. Check the label to make sure there aren’t any added sugars
and, ideally, opt for air-popped popcorn. Keep in mind popcorn may not be the healthiest snack choice as it usually comes along
with trans fats and artificial ingredients. Wild RiceWild rice comes from specific grasses in the Zizania genus of plants. Wild rice isn’t related to true rice (oryza sativa). 1 cup (164 grams) of cooked wild rice provides 32 grams of net carbs. Ezekiel bread
is a sprouted ancient grain bread containing organic grains and legumes, including soybeans, lentils, millet, wheat, and barley. Some people might be able to incorporate one slice
of Ezekiel bread on keto. Off-Limits High Carb GrainsGrains that are less processed and refined also usually have a lower carb content. Some grains and refined grain-based products have a much higher carb count and are lower in fiber, making them off-limits on keto, such as:White breadRefined pastaWhite riceGrain-based breakfast cerealPizza doughInstant oatmealWheat flour muffins and cakesCrackersAdding Grains to a Keto DietThe easiest and best way to determine if a little portion of carbs will kick you out of ketosis is by testing your ketone levels.