I am cutting back on carbs and found a bunch of low carb products at a local shop. One is "low carb pasta" that says it has 5 grams of carbs that "count." The label lists 35 grams of carbs. 5 of those are fiber. That leaves 30 more grams of carbs, but only 5 count. So what happens to the mysterious other 25 grams?
If they don't count as "carbs" what do they count as? Because the calorie count still indicates they are assigning 4 calories per gram to those in-digestable carbs. If you can't digest them why do they have calories? I have fished around on the internet and still have not found a concise answer to this.