The Quick answer is probably less than 50. That being said, many, including myself, can go much higher once our bodies are trained.
My business, is that of a marketer. A marketer tests and measures everything. It’s not that I like math, quite the contrary actually. What I do like, is proof.
I got myself a blood ketone meter (which you’ll find is much more effective that keto urine strips) and began measuring morning, noon and night as well as after meals and after
I found that I can eat 100 carbs and still be in ketosis. And even if I’m knocked out of ketosis for a short period of time, I’m back in within a few hours.
Don’t get ketosis confused with weight loss, however. Just because my body is producing ketones doesn’t mean those extra carbs won’t turn into pounds.
As a coach, I coach my clients to begin with a total of no more than 50 carbohydrates in a day and a focus on the net 20. To reach a net 20, you subtract fiber from your total carbs. This encourages the intake of higher fiber foods.
If you’d like to pick up your own ketone blood meter, you can do so here.
Lori Ballen is a certified Keto Coach who helps others lose weight through the ketogenic diet. After shedding 50 pounds in 6 months, she became passionate about helping others. Along with her assistant coaches, She offers a monthly group program that includes a Keto Success system including training, social support, keto shopping lists, keto meal plans, keto recipes, your macro calculator, weight tracking, and an incredible library of resources. Your first month will include an onboarding call with one of the assistant coaches. If you would like 1:1 coaching with Lori, please contact us to request. Join Ketodays Coaching Now
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