Rice Milk vs. Almond Milk on Keto

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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question on whether the rice milk or the almond milk would be better to consume while on the ketogenic diet plan. The four most common types of milk that people consume are rice, almond, coconut, and cow’s milk. Almond milk and coconut milk are okay on the ketogenic diet because of having low amounts of carbs and sugar.

Rice Milk: 23 grams of carbs / 10 grams of sugar
Almond Milk: 1 gram of carb / 0 grams of sugar
Coconut: less than 1 gram of carb / less than 1 gram of sugar
Cow’s Milk: 12 grams of carbs / 13 grams of sugar

So I had another question what is better, rice milk or almond milk on a ketogenic diet. Let’s talk about that. The four most common types of milk that people drink are rice milk, almond milk, coconut milk and just cow’s milk. So rice milk has 23 grams of carbs now I am talking about unsweetened. All of these are unsweetened. Of course if they are sweetened I don’t want to evaluate them because they are gonna have way too much sugar. But look how many sugar grams, 10 grams of sugar in 1 cup. That is way too much. Almond milk has just 1 gram of carb and zero grams of sugar which basically means less than 1 gram equals zero. Coconut milk has less than 1 gram of carb and less than 1 gram of sugar. Cow’s milk has 12 grams of carb and 12 grams of sugar. There is no fiber there to buffer that. So these (Almond milk and coconut milk) are the two that are okay, but just realized also that they put things on there like guar gum and different thickener so if you have allergy to those things, avoid them for the most part they’re fine. But these are the ones that are okay on keto (ketogenic diet) because of the low amounts of carbs and sugar. Alright, thanks for watching!

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University.

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