Which Fermented Foods You Can Eat on Ketogenic Diet? – Dr.Berg
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hey guys someone really had a question about fermented foods and doing keto is it okay well let’s just talk about the different fermented foods number one yogurt now the problem with yogurt is it’s just so high in sugar even the high protein type yogurts or Greek yogurt it has at least 9 to 12 grams of sugar per serving not the entire container per serving so it’s probably about 4 servings per container but it’s just too high kefir is roughly about the same it’s like 10 grams of sugar per serving but there’s two types of kefir you have dairy and you have water kefir which is too high in sugar about 6 grams per serving size kombucha tea I did a video on that I think it’s really good for your digestion I think it’s a great alternative for coming off of alcohol because it relaxes you has a very small amount of alcohol but I think like 1% but there’s some types of kombucha tea that has more alcohol but here’s the thing a couple years ago you could find them with 2 grams of sugar and it was usually two serving size so you’d get like up probably a good cup and a half of kombucha tea two grams of sugar not too bad if you can find that it might be okay but now it’s going up like I can’t even find one less than six sometimes nine sometimes 10 grams of sugar so it’s too high kimchi awesome it’s a fermented cabbage it’s very spicy Korean totally fine sauerkraut awesome tons of vitamin C great for the digestion way better than even taking a probiotic but when you consume fermented vegetables kimchi sauerkraut pickles etc you don’t need massive quantities a small serving a few times a week is totally going to be enough you don’t have to consume massive quantities miso soup is a fermented soy product make sure if you’re going to do that make sure that it’s organic mizu non-gmo okay ten pay another soy product make sure it’s organic now GMO a lot of vegans do this but it may increase estrogen a little bit now when you’re going into keto you always want to make sure that your vegetables are very high to provide all the fiber for the microbes and the nutrients etc but some people just do not consume enough vegetables so this is very very important not necessarily just for all the nutrients but it’s for the fiber to feed the microbes so you end up supporting the microbes in the small intestine so you can actually maximize your full absorption of nutrients since 90% of all the digestion occurs in the small intestine all right and I’ll see you in the next video so I want to know what you’re interested in as far as a future video click the link down below and share some ideas I want to hear
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Dr. Berg talks about which fermented food is okay on keto (ketogenic diet).
1. Yogurt – too high in sugar
2. Kefir -too high sugar
3. Kombucha tea – if you can find one less than 2g – then okay
4. Kimchi – great
5. Sauerkraut – great
6. Miso soup – do organic
7. Tempe – make sure it is organic
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