Answer: In moderation, raspberries fit the keto diet.
Add a small amount of raspberries to your weekly menu to satisfy your sweet tooth!
One cup of fresh raspberries has about 7 g of net carbs. That’s a sizable amount, though raspberries are one of the most keto-friendly fruits. They’re also rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, and folate. Although you can get similar nutrients from grass-fed meats and non-starchy vegetables, sometimes you just need a little bit of fruit in your life. In addition, research shows that raspberries reduce inflammation and strengthen your immune system.
Although fresh raspberries are keto-friendly, dried raspberries and raspberry juice are not. They contain hidden sugars and fewer nutrients than fresh raspberries, so it’s best to avoid them altogether.
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