Answer: Green beans have the crunch of a chip, but the low carbs of a keto-friendly vegetable.
When you're eating keto, holiday dinners challenge your resolve. Carb-heavy foods like mashed potatoes and a sugary candies may tempt to you abandon your diet.
Luckily, you'll always find comfort with a delicious side of sauteed green beans at the dinner table. These crunchy delights only have 4 g of net carbs per 100 g serving, making them a versatile and nutritious keto side dish.
Cooking green beans is as simple as throwing them into a pan with some butter, but try adding some garlic and bacon for an even more delicious and well-rounded meal. This legume also lends itself well to gooey cheese toppings such as cheddar and parmesan. Raw green beans with a tap of salt make for a crunchy snack when you feel an urge to scarf down carb-heavy potato chips.
Besides their great taste, green beans are also rich in vitamin C, iron, folate, and vitamin K. With their high chlorophyll content, green beans complement your favorite meat dishes, as chlorophyll can prevent your body from absorbing carcinogens in meats.