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However, keep in mind that whatever you add to your coffee can increase its number of carbs, which can mean the difference between maintaining or falling out of ketosis. Things that can quickly raise carbs in coffee include brown sugar, honey, low-fat milk, and flavoring
syrups. Be sure to avoid these ingredients at coffee shops or better yet, brew your own coffee at home. If you don’t enjoy plain brewed coffee, you can use a natural sweetener like stevia or monk fruit
that won’t raise your coffee’s carb count or affect your blood sugar. (Later in this article, we’ll show you three keto-friendly ways to enjoy coffee using different add-ins!) The Benefits of Coffee on KetoAs one of the best keto-friendly energy drinks out there, plain black coffee is helpful for: Supporting intermittent fast
ing. Plain coffee (without milk or other ingredients) won’t disrupt an intermittent fast and may even enhance its benefits, such as by reducing your risk of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes and increasing mental function.  Boosting athletic performance. If you’re an avid exerciser or train regularly, caffeine in coffee acts as a stimulant so that you’ll be able to push through your workout and not get easily fatigued.  Try this: Drink coffee 30 minutes to 1 hour before your next sweat session. Increasing ketone levels. Here’s another interesting benefit of coffee, especially those who are new to keto—it may help you enter a deeper level of ketosis.