There are several areas where you can log in your intake, or planned intake and see where you are. It is highly advisable to track while you are new to get a feel for things, and Mark even suggests tracking now and then once you become Grok-pro to make sure you are still on target
Fitday.com is an OK site, for me I find Sparkspeople.com much easier to navigate. And of course there are tons of books, or just go online and search on a fruit carb count and you will get a list.
Remember there are carbs in other things besides fruit and veg, even if they are small amounts
It is extremely easy for most people to stay between 50-100 (for weight loss) once you cut out the grains and sugar. Personally I RARELY go over 60! Yesterday was the first time in many weeks that I did, and it is because I was trying to get enough fat and I had a whole avocado along with a 4 serving bag of broccoli! That meal was 31 carbs. Very unusual for me
Even the huge salad full of tons of all kinds of veggies, cheese and meat only comes up to 18 carbs for me. You will find that once you are educated in what you are eating you do not have to be afraid of fruits or veggies, that is the whole point of PB, there are great nutritional values in fruits and veg and he doesnt promote not eating them
Started PB Aug 9, 2010 then let 'stuff' get in the way
Back to start and make a fantastic 2012
Goal of Significant Weight Loss
15 pounds down! with more to go!