Looking for keto fruit ??
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Fruit is a sweet treat that is packed with micronutrients. But all fruits contain carbohydrates. So, can you eat fruit on a low carb diet? The short answer is yes! However, the amount of fruit and the types of fruit that you can eat and still lose weight will depend on your body’s carbohydrate tolerance.
In this video, I’ll explain what I mean by carb tolerance, discuss the natural sugars in fruit, and share the best choices for you as a low carb or keto dieter.
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