Carbohydrates in Jellies
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Carbs and Fiber in Jellies

Food Item: Jellies
Food Quantity: 1 oz
Carbs: 20g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 20g

Jellies and Diet

Not permitted on low carb diets, sweets, candy and chocolate (like Jellies) are typically calorie-dense foods with no dietary fiber and little or no nutrition. Moreover, some candy is high in refined carb sugars and high on the Glycemic Index, which means it can cause a rapid rise in blood-glucose levels, leading to excessive insulin production and a sudden drop in blood sugar. The longer-term health effects of eating high-GI foods and consequent unstable blood sugar levels, include periodic hyperglycemia, hyperinsulimia, obesity and other symptoms, known collectively as insulin resistance syndrome. Increased risk of diabetes is another possibility. See also Diabesity and Insulin Resistance. Bottom line: if you want to lose weight and stay healthy, keep your intake of refined sugary carbs in foods like Jellies, to a sensible minimum.

For more details about carbs in candy, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in some candy and chocolate foods can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Jellies are intended as a guideline only.

Milk Chocolate - Milk Chocolate w/Almonds - Milk Chocolate w/Peanuts - Milk Chocolate w/Raisins
Dark Chocolate - Aero - After Eight Mints - Atkins Caramel Nut - Atkins Chocolate Bar - Butterfinger Bar
Atkins Chocolate - Atkins Peanut Butter Cups - Baby Ruth - Barley Sugar - Cadburys Chocolate Fingers
Cadburys Creme Egg - Cadburys Flake - Cadburys Milk Tray - Candies (White) - Candy Cane - Candy Corn
Caramels - Carob - Chocolate Buttons - Chocolate Jots - Crunchie - Ferrero Rocher - Fudge - Fudge w/Nuts
Fudge (Vanilla) - Gumdrops - Gummy Bears - Gummy Worms - Hard Candy - Jellies - Jellybeans - Kit Kat Bar
Licorice - Lollipop - M&M's - M&M's (Peanut) - Maltesers - Marshmallows - Milky Way - Mr Goodbar Candy
Nestle Candy - Peanut Brittle - Peanut Butter Cups - Peanut Riesen - Peppermints - Pralines - Reese's Candy
Reese's Chocolate Bar - Rolo - Sherbet - Skittles - Smarties - Snickers - Starbust Fruit Chews - Tic Tac
Terry's Chocolate Orange - Time Out - Tootsie Pop - Tootsie Roll - Turkish Delight - Twizzlers - Walnut Whip


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