Carb Calculator For Diabetes Free Download

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Starch

1 carbohydrate choice = 15 grams carbohydrate

Bread

Bread
FoodServing Size
Bagel¼ large bagel (1 oz.)
Biscuit1 biscuit (2½ inches across)
Bread, reduced-calorie, light2 slices (1½ oz.)
Cornbread1¾ inch cube (1½ oz.)
English muffin½ muffin
Hot dog or hamburger bun½ bun (¾ oz.)
Naan, chapati, or roti1 oz.
Pancake1 pancake (4 inches across, ¼ inch thick)
Pita (6 inches across)½ pita
Tortilla, corn1 small tortilla (6 inches across)
Tortilla, flour (white or whole-wheat)1 small tortilla (6 inches across) or 13 large tortilla (10 inches across)
Waffle1 waffle (4-inch square or 4 inches across)

Cereals and Grains* (Including Pasta and Rice)

cereals and grains
FoodServing Size
Barley, couscous, millet, pasta (white or whole-wheat, all shapes and sizes), polenta,
quinoa (all colors), or rice (white, brown, and other colors and types)
13 cup
Bran cereal (twigs, buds, or flakes), shredded wheat (plain), or sugar-coated cereal½ cup
Bulgur, kasha, tabbouleh (tabouli), or wild rice½ cup
Granola cereal¼ cup
Hot cereal (oats, oatmeal, grits)½ cup
Unsweetened, ready-to-eat cereal¾ cup

*Serving sizes for all grains and pasta measure cooked foods.

Starchy Vegetables*

Starchy Vegetables
Food Serving Size
Cassava, dasheen, or plantain13 cup
Corn, green peas, mixed vegetables, or parsnips½ cup
Marinara, pasta, or spaghetti sauce½ cup
Mixed vegetables (with corn or peas)1 cup
Potato, baked with skin¼ large (3 oz.)
Potato, French-fried (oven-baked)1 cup (2 oz.)
Potato, mashed with milk and fat½ cup
Squash, winter (acorn, butternut)1 cup
Yam or sweet potato, plain½ cup (3½ oz.)

*Serving sizes for all starchy vegetable measure cooked vegetables.

Crackers and Snacks

Crackers and Snacks
Food Serving Size
Crackers, animal8 crackers
Crackers, graham3 crackers (2½ inch squares)
Crackers, saltine or round butter-type6 crackers
Granola or snack bar1 bar (¾ oz.)
Popcorn3 cups, popped
Pretzels¾ oz.
Rice cakes2 cakes (4 inches across)
Snack chips, baked (potato, pita)About 8 chips (¾ oz.)
Snack chips, regular (tortilla, potato)About 13 chips (1 oz.)

Beans and Lentils

Beans and Lentils
Food Serving Size
Baked Beans13 cup
Beans (black, garbanzo, kidney, lima, navy, pinto, white),
lentils (any color), or peas (black-eyed and split), cooked or canned,
drained and rinsed
½ cup

Fruits
1 carbohydrate choice = 15 grams carbohydrate
NOTE: the weights listed include skin, core, and seeds.

Fruits
Food Serving Size
Applesauce, unsweetened½ cup
Banana1 extra-small banana, about 4-inches long (4 oz.)
Blueberries¾ cup
Dried fruits (blueberries, cherries, cranberries, mixed fruit, raisins)2 Tbsp.
Fruit, canned½ cup
Fruit, whole, small (apple)1 small fruit (4 oz.)
Fruit, whole, medium (nectarine, orange, pear, tangerine)1 medium fruit (6 oz.)
Fruit juice, unsweetened½ cup
Grapes17 small grapes (3 oz.)
Melon, diced1 cup
Strawberries, whole1¼ cup

Milk and Milk Substitutes
1 carbohydrate choice = 12 grams carbohydrate

Milk and Milk Substitutes
Food Serving Size
Milk (nonfat, 1%, 2%, whole)1 cup
Rice drink, plain, fat-free1 cup
Yogurt (including Greek), plain or sweetened with an artificial sweetener*23 cup (6 oz.)

*Yogurt is highly variable in carbohydrate content, so check the food label to be sure.

Non-starchy Vegetables
1 serving = 5 grams carbohydrate

Non-starchy Vegetables
Food Serving Size
Vegetables, cooked½ cup
Vegetables, raw1 cup
Vegetable juice½ cup

Non-starchy vegetables include asparagus, beets, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, eggplant, green beans, greens, (collard, dandelion, mustard, purslane, turnip), mushrooms, onions, pea pods, peppers, spinach, squash (summer, crookneck, zucchini), and tomatoes. Some vegetables, such as salad green (lettuce, romaine, spinach, and arugula), have so little carbohydrate that they are considered free foods.

Sweets and Desserts

1 carbohydrate choice = 15 grams carbohydrate

Diabetes
Table 1
Food Serving Size
Brownie, small, unfrosted1 ¼-inch square, 78-inch high (about 1 oz.)
Cake, unfrosted2-inch square (about 1 oz.)
Candy, hard3 pieces
Ice cream, regular½ cup
Pudding, sugar-free or sugar-and fat-free (made with fat-free milk)½ cup
Sandwich cookie with crème filling2 small cookies (about ¾ oz.)

2 carbohydrate choice = 30 grams carbohydrate

Table 2
Food Serving Size
Candy, chocolate, dark or milk1¾ oz.
Cupcake, frosted1 small cupcake (about 1¾ oz.)
Doughnut, yeast-type, glazed1 doughnut, 3¾ inches across (2 oz.)

3 carbohydrate choices = 45 carbohydrate

Table 3
Food Serving Size
Flan23 cup
Fruit cobbler½ cup (3½ oz.)
Fruit pie, commercially prepared with two crusts16 of 8-inch pie

Combination Foods

1 carbohydrate choice = 15 grams carbohydrate

Table 1
Food Serving Size
Soup (tomato, cream, broth-types)1 cup (8 oz.)
Stew (beef/other meats and vegetables)1 cup (8 oz.)

2 carbohydrate choices = 30 grams carbohydrate

Table 2
Food Serving Size
Casserole-type entrees (tuna noodle, lasagna, spaghetti and meatballs,
chili with beans, macaroni and cheese)
1 cup (8 oz.)
Pizza, thin crust¼ of 12-inch pizza (5 oz.)
Potato or macaroni/pasta salad½ cup

3 carbohydrate choices – 45 grams carbohydrate

Table 3
Food Serving Size
Burrito (beef and bean)1 burrito (5 oz.)
Dinner-type healthy frozen meal (includes dessert and is usually less than 400 calories)1 meal (about 9-12 oz.)

Fast Foods

1 carbohydrate choice = 15 grams carbohydrate

Table 1
Food Serving Size
Chicken breast, breaded and fried1 chicken breast (about 7 oz. with bone and skin)
Chicken nuggets or tenders6 pieces (about 3½ oz.)
Meat, fish, or poultry stir-fried with vegetables1 cup (about 6 oz.)
Egg roll, meat1 egg roll (about 3 oz.)
Taco, crisp, with meat and cheese1 small taco (about 3 oz.)

Total Carbs A Day For Diabetes

2 carbohydrate choices = 30 grams carbohydrate

Table 2
Food Serving Size
Breakfast sandwich, biscuit or English muffin variety (with egg, meat, and cheese)1 sandwich
Hamburger, regular1 burger (3½ oz.) with bun
Noodles and vegetables in sauce (chow mein, lo mein)1 cup

3 carbohydrate choices = 45 grams carbohydrate

Table 3
Food Serving Size
Chicken sandwich, grilled (with lettuce, tomato, spread)1 sandwich (about 7½ oz.)
French fries1 medium order (about 5 oz.)
Submarine sandwich1 6-inch sub

©2014 by the American Diabetes Association ®

Count Your Carbs

Reprinted with permission from the American Diabetes Association ®

This simple carb calculator tool is useful for diabetics who use carb counting to manage their insulin use. If you carb count and also weigh your food to get an accurate carb value this app may be useful to you. It enables you to build your own list of foods and specify a carb value for each food item. You can then simply weigh a given food and input the weight into the app to get the carbohydrate value for that portion of food. All in-putted values are added to a total so you can easily calculate your carbs value for a complete meal.

Carb

Insulin To Carb Ratio Calculator


This app makes the process of calculating your mealtime carbohydrates much easier by eliminating some of the calculations that are necessary when carb counting. It also means that your carb value calculations will be more accurate which will improve your diabetes management.


Please note: This app is not a database of food types and their carbohydrate values. It gives you the ability to create your own database of foods with associated carb values and so requires you to research into what the carbohydrate value for a food item is and submit it to the app. Once it is submitted it allows for the carb value for portions of that food to be easily calculated.


Diabetes Free Program

Please also note this app is not a monitoring app that stores your carbohydrate intake, insulin use or blood sugar levels.