In this post we’re talking net vs. total carbs. We’ll take a look at the latest research on who should count what, which you should pay attention to stay within your carb count, and when you need to be cautious with net carbs.
Despite the portrayal of keto in the media being all bacon and cheese, at Ketolibriyum we strongly believe a healthy balanced low-carb way of eating includes lots of healthy low-carb fiber sources. In this blog post, we explore what exactly fiber is, why it’s so important to get enough of it, and some great keto-friendly sources of fiber!
High-fat, low-carb, moderate protein. A great place to start …but maybe not enough information to get started. The truth is ‘moderate’ will mean something different to everyone. While some people will need less protein in general for various reasons…like body size, metabolism or preference…others can enjoy plenty of healthy keto proteins and remain in ketosis. Before we get into that…lets review the basics, what is protein?