Keto coffee combines just black coffee and fat without sugar!
Keto coffee is not much different from regular coffee, which is also commonly referred to as butter coffee. It's just regular coffee with an added fat, usually butter, ghee, MCT oil or heavy creams which make you feel full and stimulate ketosis. Some keto Dieters use keto coffee as a substitute for morning breakfast, especially for intermittent fasting.
Many people will drink Keto as a breakfast substitute, while others will have it as a brain boost in the mid-afternoon. You cannot drink keto cafe many times, so just listen to your body and your needs and make sure that your coffee keto does not bump you above the calorie limits.
Keto coffee certainly isn't a magic bullet for weight loss but can form part of a healthy diet that can possibly promote weight loss in some ways. It is free from traditional sweeteners and milk and it can certainly help reduce the intake of sugar and carbs.
Because ketogenic coffee is high in fat, it can contribute to feelings of fullness which can prevent excessive consumption if you are not famished.
In conclusion, MCT added ketosis to coffee, which naturally helps you to remain in ketosis and also provides energy. Although keto coffee is not a miraculous diet drink, these are some of the reasons why it was claimed to help with the loss of weight.
Make your own ketogenic coffee at home - 1 serving:
Blend until whipped and creamy.
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