KETO Alcohol? (A Doctor Spills
The ketogenic way of eating is sweeping the world and up-ending long-held paradigms of health and nutrition. At some point, adults want to know, which alcohol is keto, if any, and what can I do to have a drink sometimes and not mess up my diet.
This is an excellent question, and there are definite things you can avoid to improve your overall health. Some alcoholic beverages have a much lower carb-count than others, and you need to know the difference.
When going out, or staying in, there are some alcoholic beverages that are much less-bad than others. Let’s talk about your options and also what to avoid. If you”ll be having a drink or 3 soon, consider making a batch of Ketorade first, you can find the recipe here:
***Keep in mind, when eating keto, you will only need about 1/2 as much alcohol to get a buzz as you would when eating the Stupid American Diet***
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