What bread for following a ketogenic diet?
New to a ketogenic diet but can't do without bread? Don't panic, we'll tell you all about low-carb bread
Is Eating Bread While On A Ketogenic Diet Possible?
The general rule of thumb on a ketogenic diet is to consume less than 50 grams of carbohydrates per day to keep your body in ketosis and fat loss. The general macro breakdown is 70-80% fat, 15-20% protein, and 5-10% carbohydrate. You can find carbohydrates in many healthy foods and in keeping with the ketogenic diet such as leafy vegetables or low-sugar fruits, it is generally recommended to stay away from other grains and starches high in carbohydrates. But not so fast!
“While traditional bread - even whole ones - is too high in carbs to be included in a ketogenic diet, there are several great ketogenic bread and low-carb bread recipes that can be included in your diet.
Eat ketogenic bread
She noted that while the average slice of bread typically contains around 10-20 grams of carbohydrate,
There are several ways to eat ketogenic bread or low-carb bread:
- Make Your Own Ketogenic Bread: Take a look at our Quick & Easy Ketogenic Bread Recipes. These ketogenic breads are made with other low-carb ingredients like almond flour, coconut flour, psyllium husk, cream cheese, and eggs.
- Buy Ketogenic Bread Mix: Keto and Co makes ketogenic bread mixes, they will be available on our site soon.
- Buy Ketogenic Bread: There are different kinds of low-carb bread. We recommend the Sola brand of bread (9g of carbohydrates per serving vs. 10 to 20g for a standard slice of bread). Do you know of other brands of low-carb bread? Do not hesitate to share them with us by commenting on our article!