Answer: Goli gummies are certainly less keto than pure apple cider vinegar, but you can fit them into your diet if you simply hate drinking the regular stuff.
Within the keto community, drinking apple cider vinegar is a popular way to reduce cravings for carbs. For those that don't enjoy the vinegar as a drink, apple cider vinegar gummies (commonly known as "ACV gummies") are a way to work apple cider vinegar into your diet as chewable candies.
As the first mainstream manufacturer, Goli is the most popular brand of ACV gummies, and one of the most keto-friendly brands. That said, each Goli gummy contains 1 g of sugar, bringing it to a total of 3.5 g of net carbs per serving.
For keto dieters, there isn't much reason to choose goli gummies over regular apple cider vinegar. If you take apple cider vinegar to suppress your carb cravings, it's obviously silly to eat it in conjunction with a 3.5 g of additional carbs. But if you simply hate the taste of regular apple cider vinegar and find that ACV gummies aid your digestion and improve your health, you can usually fit one in under your daily carb limit.
While Goli is the most popular apple cider vinegar brand, there are a few others that have fewer net carbs per serving:
If apple cider vinegar's taste is what puts you off drinking it in liquid form, another alternative is to take it in pill form. There are several brands that offer keto-friendly apple cider vinegar capsules with no added sugar:
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