I love it. I love, love, love it. I always have. And — never say never blah, blah, blah — I will never stop, not even on a Ketogenic diet. We share a bond, you and I. Why should Keto stand between us and our chocolate? You can eat chocolate on the Ketogenic Diet while staying in Ketosis if you choose your chocolate carefully. You can easily eat chocolate daily while following a ketogenic diet. I know there are people that I highly respect in the natural, whole food world that talk about how yes, they love chocolate. They eat one small square each day. At one point in my life, it was torrid and decidedly codependent.
Besides being an obvious keto no-no, this also is just a general no-no for your health. The sugars in these bars are not keto-friendly sweeteners. The impact on your blood glucose levels when your body has to respond to that much sugar is scary. Not to worry, though. There are some options for keto-chocoholics. High-cacao dark chocolate is a great option for those on a low-carb diet. Before you indulge, make sure to check the serving size!
Newer Post. Dark chocolate is chocolate without any milk added, and it typically has a higher percentage of chocolate compared to their milk chocolate relatives. The last thing you want to do is just buy a random bar of dark chocolate and have a few pieces before thinking about the carb count. At one point in my life, it was torrid and decidedly codependent. Older Post. While most sweets and desserts are a big no-no on the keto diet, there is room for exception when it comes to dark chocolate. For instance, regular milk chocolate, is pretty high in carbs. More Keto Favorites In the simplest terms, dark chocolate is a mixture or composition of cocoa solids, sugar, and cocoa butter fats.