The options below all have 0–5 grams of net carbs, which is the total number of carbs minus fiber and sugar alcohols. It more accurately represents the carbs that your body processes.
Here are 5 of the best keto-friendly drinks — besides water.
5. Green Tea
You may as well get other health benefits while going keto. Green tea will give you the antioxidants and nutrients you need while still adhering to the diet. Bonus points if you add milk or cream, because, you know, those kinds of calories are good here. And always, TBH. But especially here.
4. Diet Soda
I know you know diet sodas aren’t good for you, no matter the justification, but the truth is…they’re cool on keto.
Yes, I know, duh, but water matches the first—and ultimate—qualification of a keto-friendly substance: it’s low-carb. 😉
Specifically, bulletproof coffee. You can drink your coffee black, sure, but by adding that sweet, sweet (yet low-carb, high-fat) butter, you can hit your calorie goals that much faster.
1. Starbucks Pink Drink
While the OG Pink Drink wasn’t keto to start, early keto band-wagoners quickly learned how to make it so that it was. In order to make it keto, all you have to do is ask for passion tango tea, sugar-free syrup, and heavy or light creamer. Boom. ‘Grammable keto.
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