Dear Ashok, as such there is no such evidence that the organic food has lesser carbohydrates when compared to normal conventional food. Carbohydrates, also known as saccharides or carbs, are sugars or starches. They are a major food source and a key form of energy for most organisms. For your information there are foods like white Bread, pasta, beans, potatoes, bran, rice, and cereals are carbohydrate-rich foods. Most carbohydrate-rich foods have high starch content. One gram of carbohydrate contains approximately 4 kilocalories. So whether it is organic or non organic food the carbs content is same. We hope this will be helpful to you. Would you like to know anything else?