Above-ground vegetables are generally lower in carbohydrates and they have a huge place in the ketogenic diet. Tomatoes have a low carbohydrate count of a mere 3.69 net carb per 100 grams (3 1/ 2 ounces) serving, 1.2g fiber, and 2.49g of sugar. A single, raw tomato has a decent amount of the nutrients your body needs including 18 calories per 100 grams, 0.2g fat, and 0.9g proteins.

Tomatoes are low in carbs and calories. So, whether you snack on them as an afternoon pick-me-up or toss a few in with a salad, they will not ruin your well-detailed diet. They are tasty, and they add a depth of flavor to your meal. Including tomatoes in your salad provides a healthy meal that keep up with the keto diet guidelines.