Changing your food habits or starting a new diet is no doubt challenging. From cutting out certain foods to upping your intake of other foods, it takes A LOT of dedication and self control I have neither so mad props to those of you who do this. One of the more popular diets out there is the Keto diet, which consists of a low-carb, high-fat diet without sugar, grains, and carbs. It’s a pretty restrictive list, but we know you’re wondering about one thing in particular — coffee. If you’re an avid coffee drinker, giving it up cold turkey isn’t an easy task. It comes with caffeine withdrawal symptoms, headaches, and more. But for those switching to the Keto diet, there’s great news — you don’t have to give it up at all. If you’re a cream and sugar person, of course, you need to make some changes.
Black coffee on its own is two calories. If you’re a cream and sugar person, of course, you need to make some changes. Required Please choose another name. I feel better drinking it, and I’m also diabetic type 2. I agree.
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But what about the interaction between caffeine and ketosis, does coffee have a negative effect on a ketogenic diet? Or any LCHF diet for that matter. This is a good question not only for coffee but for other caffeinated beverages such as soda, energy drinks, and some supplements. However, Dr. Atkins for which the Atkins Diet is named does make a point of advising that people consume caffeine in moderation and that caffeine has been shown to cause hypoglycemic reactions in people who consume large amounts of it. The amount of coffee you can have on keto varies between individuals as it does for people who eat any kind of food. There also some suggestions that caffeine may increase ketone levels through it fat burning properties. From personal experience I see no negative impact on ketosis from consuming caffeinated beverages, I drink probably too much coffee, the odd energy drink, and caffeinated sodas from time to time and still maintain a state of ketosis.