Carbohydrates in Tomato Soup w/Milk
Dietary Fiber Content of Tomato Soup w/Milk
Net Carbs in Soup - Can be High in Carbohydrate

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Carbs and Fiber in Tomato Soup w/Milk

Food Item: Tomato soup, canned, prepared w/equal volume milk
Food Quantity: 1 cup
Carbs: 22.3g
Dietary Fiber: 2.7g
Net Carbs: 19.6g

Tomato Soup w/Milk and Carbs

Soup (like Tomato Soup w/Milk) can be high in carbohydrates, but it needn't be! Commercial soup typically is only high-carb when fillers (eg. flour), or other fillers or bulking agents (eg. gums), or sugars are added. Low carb commercial soups include all consommes, gazpacho and other vegetable soups. Higher carb soups or broths are not recommended by most low carb diets and are typically high in sodium. However, homemade soup, thickened with natural foods like beans, lentils or garbanzo beans (chick peas) are both nutritious and low in calories, and perfectly permissable in the later phases of most low-carb eating plans.

For more details about carbs in soup, see below.

Note: Nutritional values for soup and broth can vary, so the above carbohydrate and dietary fiber details for Tomato Soup w/Milk are intended as a guideline only.


Carbs in Soups
Bean w/Ham - Beef Broth - Beef Noodle - Chicken Noodle - Chicken Noodle w/Water - Chicken Vegetable
Chicken w/Rice - Clam Chowder - Consomme - Cream Of Chicken - Cream Of Mushroom - Fish Stock
Minestrone - Onion Soup - Pea Soup - Tomato w/Water - Vegetable Soup - Vegetarian Soup

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Campbells Mushroom Soup - Campbells Pea & Ham Soup - Campbells Red Pepper - Campbells Tomato Soup
Progresso Chicken - Progresso Lentil - Progresso Minestrone - Progresso Clam Chowder - Progresso Vegetable

 



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