Description - Jicama, a legume, is grown for the large tuberous roots which can be eaten raw or cooked and are used as a source of starch. The jicama plant is a vine which grows to a length of 20 feet or more. The roots are light brown in color, and may weigh up to 50 pounds. Most of those on the market will weigh between three to five pounds.
I checked fitday, and 1 cup of raw jicama is 11 carbs, and 6 grams of fibre. Id say it was up to you. I wouldnt eat it because Im very sensitive to starches. Maybe keep it out of your eating for the first 2 weeks of induction, and let that be one of the things you add in later and see if it effects you.