Total carbs include all types of carbohydrates, while net carbs subtract fiber and certain sugar alcohols. Net carbs are often used in keto diets to gauge carb intake.
Yes, you can use spiralized vegetables like zucchini for 'zoodles' or cauliflower rice as low-carb substitutes for traditional pasta and rice.
MCT oil is a type of fat that is easily converted into ketones. It's commonly used in keto coffee or added to meals for an extra source of quick energy.
Most beans and legumes are relatively high in carbs, which can make them challenging to fit within keto carb limits. Consider alternative protein sources.
If you have nut allergies, you can opt for seed flours (e.g., almond flour alternatives) and seed butters (e.g., sunflower seed butter) as substitutes.