Keto Desserts and Gut Issues

Keto Desserts
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So-called keto-friendly foods:

Do you have gut issues when you consume keto desserts? Here’s what you need to know.

Timestamps
0:00 Keto desserts and gut issues
0:44 Avoid these ingredients if you have gut issues
3:19 Animal protein and gut issues
4:39 Key takeaways
5:15 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about keto desserts and gut issues. Keep in mind that I never recommend snacks throughout the day. I’m primarily talking about keto desserts that you’re having right at the end of your meal.

If you have gut issues, you should not be having any keto desserts. The ingredients in keto desserts can add to the inflammation in your gut.

Let’s break down the ingredients you should avoid.

1. Sugar alcohols
– Erythritol
– Stevia
– Monk fruit
– Xylitol
– Maltitol
– IMO (Vita Fiber)

2. Flour alternatives
– Almond flour
– Coconut flour
– Chia seed flour
– Chickpea flour
– Hazelnut flour

3. Vegetable fats
– Coconut out
– Safflower oil
– Sunflower oil
– Corn oil
– Soy oil

4. Nuts and seeds (all of them)

If you have gut issues, it’s ideal to consume full-fat animal proteins—including fatty fish, beef, organ meats, and sausage. These will help keep inflammation down in the gut.

You want to have a 2:1 fat to protein ratio if you have gut issues. Primarily stick with animal fats and animal proteins.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up why keto desserts may cause gut issues and what to do about them. I’ll see you in the next video.

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