Lentils are tiny bean-looking legumes that are common in many dishes, especially soups. Lentils provide fiber, folate, and potassium and thus are often seen as a health food. But, are lentils keto friendly? Can you enjoy this legume on a low carb diet?
Lentil Nutrition Information
100g of cooked lentils contains 114 calories, 9.02g of protein, 0.38g of fat, 19.5 of carbohydrates, and 7.8g of fiber. Additionally, this serving size also contains 369 mg of potassium, 181 µg folate, and 180mg of phosphorus. 
100g of uncooked, raw lentils contains 352 calories, 24.6g protein, 1.06g fat, 63.4g carbohydrates, and 10.7g of fiber. 
Are Lentils Keto?