You know, I've always wondered why no nutritional information was shown on extract products. Thanks for posting this, but I'm not going to stop using them in small amounts (1/2 tsp or less). One tablespoon = three teaspoons so adding 1/4 tsp of vanilla to a smoothie (a common amount in the cookbook) would therefore only have 1/6th of all the nutrients you listed: 6 calories, and the sugar and carbs wouldn't even be measurable. Spices like cinnamon and nutmeg also have calories and carbs once you begin measuring by the tablespoonful. In fact the nutmeg is nearly identical to the vanilla extract; the only difference is 1 additional gram of carbs.
That being said, I do think extracts are really strong and hard to get right, so I have been looking into trying the sugar-free syrups instead. They are expensive, but you can order the Torani brand on-line at Cost Plus World Market
in the smaller 5 oz bottle size for just $2.99. Don't know what shipping will be, or if you can pick them up in store in that size.
Keylani, have you noticed your weight loss slowing since you began adding the extracts?