Answer: Loganberries are not keto, as they're too high in carbs.
Loganberries are a hybrid between North American blackberries and European raspberries. Their name comes from James Harvey Logan, an amateur botanist who actually created these berries by mistake by planting his blackberries too close to a raspberry vine. Strangely, the loganberry is much higher in carbs than either of its ancestors.
Each serving of loganberries (1 cup) contains 11.1 g of net carbs. Unfortunately, that's a bit too high to be appropriate for the keto diet.
Unfortunately, only a few fruits have a low enough carb count to fit the keto diet. If you're dying for some fruit, berries tend to be your best bet. Here are a few keto-friendly options:
Although it may not spring to mind when you think "fruit," avocados are the most keto-friendly fruit you can find. They're high in healthy fats and have a low carb profile, making them ideal for keto.
Serving size: 1 cup
|Net carbs||11.1 g|
|Total carbs||18.7 g|