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How to Find a Keto Greens Powder

How to Find a Keto Greens Powder

Are all greens powders keto? No, not all greens powders are keto-friendly or intermittent-fasting friendly. You'll want to look for greens powders that are low in added sugar, net carbohydrates, and calories as well as made from high-quality, USDA Certified organic ingredients.

 

Benefits of Greens Powders on the Keto Diet

Greens powders can be a great addition to a keto diet. They provide the cellular nutrition your body needs without unnecessary carbohydrates. Finding a USDA Certified Organic greens powder means you're getting several servings of wholefood-derived fruits and vegetables, grown without any genetic engineering or pesticides. 

Greens powders are also great for those who practice intermittent fasting and are looking to maximize their nutrition, without disrupting a fast. To achieve this, look for greens powders that are under 40 calories per serving. Greens Ritual, our USDA Certified Organic greens powder is just 30 calories per serving.

 

How to Find a Keto Greens Powder

 

#1 HAS 1 GRAM OR LESS OF SUGAR

First, look at the ingredient list to see if sugar is listed. Be sure to look for it in all its forms, including: sugar, cane sugar, fructose and dextrose. If the label meets this criteria, next look at the nutritional panel for sugars. Ideally, the greens powder has 1 gram of sugar or less. Greens Ritual has just 1 gram of naturally occurring sugar.

 

#2 HAS UNDER 5 "NET" CARBOHYDRATES

Next, check out the carbohydrates and fiber content. To calculate the "net" carbohydrates or the impact to your blood sugar, subtract the fiber content from the total carbohydrates. On the keto diet, adding in fiber is critical and can help with digestion and elimination. You'll want this "net" carbohydrate number to be under 5 grams. Greens Ritual has 5 grams of total carbohydrates and 2 grams of fiber, which means it has just 3 grams of "net" carbohydrates. 

 

#3 IS USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC

While it is true that organic food is not more keto-friendly than non-organic food, finding a USDA Certified Organic greens powder means that it is third-party verified. As supplements are unregulated by the FDA, you'll want to look for this certification to ensure the label and ingredients are accurate and have been verified by a third-party.

 

#4 HAS CRITICAL NUTRIENTS

Because you may be cutting out certain food groups on the keto diet, rounding out your overall nutrition is essential. Look for greens powders with a diversity of at least two high quality greens sources and at least five sources of fruits and vegetables. Greens Ritual has five sources of high-quality greens: organic wheatgrass, organic alfalfa grass, organic barley grass, organic spirulina, and organic chlorella. It also boasts 10 sources of fruits and vegetables alongside superfoods organic matcha, organic seabuckthorn, and more. 

 

Should You Take a Greens Powder while Keto?

Yes! Absolutely. Finding the right keto greens powder can improve overall nutrition and energy as well as cut down on sweet cravings. Just be sure to find a high-quality, third party-verified greens powder to meet your needs.

 

How to Add Greens Powder into Your Keto Plan

Simply shake up the greens powder with water and enjoy! Alternatively, add it to your favorite keto smoothie recipe.