What are F-Factor vegetables?
Non-starchy vegetables are a “free food” on F-Factor. This means two things: (1) you can eat as much of them as you’d like and (2) they are considered a carbohydrate-free food, and therefore do not contribute carbohydrates to your total carb intake (which determines your daily net carb total).
How many carbs are allowed on the F-Factor diet?
On Step 1 of The F-Factor Diet you want to say under 35g of net carbs per day. Step 2 allows you to incorporate 3 additional servings of carbohydrates per day (for a total of 6 servings of carbohydrates), so your daily net carb allowance becomes 75g.
Is F-Factor FDA approved?
The 20 grams of fiber in the F-Factor 20/20 Fiber/Protein Powders come from partially hydrolyzed guar gum (PHGG), which is FDA-approved. PHGG is widely studied with well-established safety and efficacy and a long-standing history of successful clinical trials.