beer with the least of carbs
Maintaining Ketosis One of the mistakes you can make on keto is going over your carb limit. Unfortunately, this is easy to do when you’re relying on highly processed foods—unless you’re carefully tracking, reading every food label, and checking your ketone levels. Processed meats, yogurt, energy drinks, and pasta sauces are common sources of hidden sugar. Sugar can come with different names like
dextrose, fructose, sucrose, corn syrup, fruit juice concentrate, and agave nectar. If you find any of these sugar names on a food label, avoid them to prevent a blood glucose spike. Verdict: You’re more likely to enter and stay in ketosis with a clean keto diet. Clean Keto Vs. Dirty Keto? Focus on Whole FoodsClean keto and dirty keto diets follow the same macros (very low-carb, moderate-protein, and high-fat), which makes them useful for weight loss. Doing
dirty keto can be beneficial in certain situations where meal prepping is impossible. That way, you’ll still be able to hit your macros. As much as possible though, keep your diet clean by prioritizing whole foods.