Carbohydrates in Steak and Kidney Pie
Dietary Fiber Content of Steak and Kidney Pie
Digestible Net Carbs in Pies

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Carbs and Fiber in Steak and Kidney Pie

Food Item: Steak and Kidney Pie
Food Quantity: average serving
Carbs: 30g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 30g

Steak and Kidney Pie and Diet

Not permitted on most low carb diets, pies (like Steak and Kidney Pie) are typically high in calories, high in white-flour carbs and may also contain quite a bit of refined sugar. Pies which are high in refined white flour and sugar are likely to have a higher Glycemic Index value, which means they might cause a rapid rise in blood-glucose, leading to excessive insulin production and a sudden drop in blood sugar - not good for stable appetite, weight control or blood sugar. Bottom line: if you are following a calorie-controlled weight loss diet, keep your intake of pies to a minimum. And if you must eat a pie, choose a lower-fat brand made with whole wheat or wholegrain flour, and little added sugar.

For more details about carbs in pies, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in pies can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Steak and Kidney Pie are intended as a guideline only.


Apple - Apple (Homemade) - Apple Crumble - Banoffee - Bavarian Cream Pie - Blackberry Fruit - Blueberry
Burger King Dutch Apple - Cherry - Cherry Glaze Pie - Chicken And Mushroom - Chicken Pot Pie - Fish Pie
Chocolate Creme - Chocolate Pecan - Coconut Custard - Cottage Pie - Dutch Apple - Fried Cherry Pie
Fried Fruit Pie - Lemon Chiffon - Lemon Meringue - Lemon Meringue (Homemade) - McDonalds Apple Pie
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Pie Crust (Cookie Type) - Pie Crust (Regular) - Pie Filling (Apple) - Pie Filling (Cherry) - Pork Pie - Pumpkin
Pumpkin (Homemade) - Raisin - Rhubarb - Shepherds Pie - Steak And Kidney Pie - Strawberry

 



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