aspartame and keto
By limiting carbs (and therefore glucose), your body will
start to create ketones from the fat that is already stored in the body, which results in greater weight loss. To this end, most people who stick to a strict keto diet eat fewer than 50 grams of carbs per day (while many eat less than 20 grams).  For the most part, a good rule of thumb is to keep your calorie intake around 5 to 10 percent carbohydrates with much greater percentages given to fat and protein. As you can see from a quick overview of the nutrition facts on standard bread products, you will not be able to enjoy traditional bread on the keto diet. That
does not mean that you can never eat bread. Instead, it simply means that you will need to make
your own bread or purchase loaves that promise to keep the carb count low. How to Make Your Own BreadFor those who just can’t bear the thought of forgoing their afternoon sandwich, there are still a few options you might choose to pursue. First and foremost, you can try your hand at making a simple keto bread using ingredients that you likely already have on hand. Some rely on flour substitutes like almond flour and coconut, while others are mainly egg based. Unlike traditional bread that can take hours to proof and rise before baking, low-carb recipes are often much faster. In just one hour, you can make this easy almond flour keto bread with just four ingredients: eggs, butter, coconut oil, and almond flour.