My Keto calculator has set carbs to 20gr/day.
The Oracle says my target is 50gr/day.
Just a tiny cosmetic bug because the Oracle doesn't actually use that number.
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The target shown in the top right includes fiber, i.e. this is an Oracle search for total carbs. You can instead choose Net Carbs from the drop-down list, and this should display your keto carb target (grams of non-fiber carbohydrates per day).
Found the Net Carb option and that shows 20gr as you said.
So I'm going to use that option from now on.
But I don't understand how 20gr net, can be translated to 50gr with fiber. That sounds like 50gr fiber always has 30gr fiber in it.
Is that so...?
It would be great if a keyword like chicken or cheese could be part old the Oracle search.
Search on lowest is another useful thing because when doing Keto, searching for the highest amount of carbs is not so useful.
Now I set my list to 200 and scroll down.
By default, your fiber target is based on your body details - age and sex. You can check out your target in the Settings tab under Nutrient Targets.
Total Carbs is calculated as: Net Carbs + Fiber