I heard lactose kicks you out of keto. I had probably 1/8 cup of shredded cheese with salmon. Did htat kick me out of ketosis
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03-10-2010, 11:55 AM #5
cheese sticks are your friend!
just make sure you get the full fat sharp cheese which usually read 0 carbs per serving.
since mid dec. I have only been eating cheese bars and eggs for the most part.
been running quite fine on them, eating tuna some now as well, and of course whey protein, fiber, and multi-vitamins.
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Do not worry.
First of all yes "Lactose" would kick you out of keto, hence milk is avoided. But Cheese is made by adding bacteria to milk which uses all the lactose as its food and hence converts it into cheese and thats why the sweet taste is lost and also most of the carbs.
But still most cheeses have some carbs in them around 1g of net carbs in a 2oz serving.
And worry about the calories in cheese more than the carbs , but don forget they are an important part of keto diet... at least for me.Goal : 155 pounds.
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The amount of carbs that you ingest in a day before you slip out of Keto is the same, regardless of the source of the carbs. Lactose is a carb, so count it with your carbs.
That 4mm of milk in your tea, is probably good for 1-2 grams of carbs (lactose)...at a guess._______________________________________________________________
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