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Parsley has long been used medicinally as a herb, essential oil, or extract to help digestive issues and conditions like allergies, inflammatory diseases, and high blood pressure. The mild and refreshing taste of parsley invigorates
a range of keto recipes, like this green goddess dressing, Egyptian salad, or these delicious Harissa spiced chicken meatballs. Like many green leafy vegetables, parsley is absolutely a keto-friendly vegetable. It is very low in carbs, and the fiber content of parsley brings down the carb count even more, if you’re counting net carbs. A whole cup of chopped parsley (more than
most people will eat in one sitting) has only 3. 8 grams of total carbs, or 1. 8 grams of net carbs. What Are the Benefits of Parsley?So now that you know parsley is keto, should you include it in your diet? There are lots of good
reasons to do so. Like many herbs, parsley is very high in vitamins and in beneficial substances like flavonoids. Here are the top five benefits of parsley:Chopping parsley for keto dish1. NutritionA half cup (30 grams) of fresh, chopped parsley gives you about 2 grams of carbs, less than 1 gram of fat, 1 gram of protein, and 1 gram of fiber.