Carbohydrates and Fiber in Buitoni Spaghetti
Digestible Net Carbs in Buitoni Spaghetti
Starch Carbohydrate in Pasta

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Carbs and Fiber in Buitoni Spaghetti

Food Item: Spaghetti, Buitoni
Food Quantity: 1 oz, dry spaghetti
Carbs: 18g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 18g

Buitoni Spaghetti and Diet

Not permitted on most low carb diets due to its high carb content, pasta (like Buitoni Spaghetti), contains energy-giving complex carbohydrates (mostly in the form of starch) plus a little dietary fiber. Some types of pasta, when eaten alone, may raise blood sugar levels due to their high glycemic value.

For more details about carbs in pasta, see resources below.

Buitoni Spaghetti, Glycemic Index, Weight Loss

Whatever type of weight loss diet you are following, the best types of pasta are those which are lower on the glycemic index, (eg. whole wheat pasta) with a lower glycemic load. Tip: you can reduce the glycemic value of a pasta meal by adding extra fiber, or a little olive oil, or lemon juice, or another food which is low on the glycemic index. Point is, lower glycemic index eating-plans are great for fast healthy weight loss. See also, Low Glycemic Index Food Pyramid.

Note: Nutritional values in pasta and other wheat-based foods can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Buitoni Spaghetti are intended as a guideline only.


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