When it comes to nut butters, unwanted ingredients often slip inside. Nut butters can be loaded with added sugars, corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, excessive sodium, and artificial colors and flavors. When you’re on a ketogenic diet, you check labels to ensure that what goes into your body is healthy.
The Ketogenic food company Perfect Keto just released a new nut butter that is, well, perfect for keto. It’s got real ingredients, no added sugars, chemicals, or preservatives. This nut butter is chock-full of healthy medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) which aid in ketone production and strong energy levels. MCTs are a type of fatty acid that is easily digested and absorbed in the GI tract while not raising blood sugar or increasing insulin levels. These fatty acids aid in mental clarity and focus and help maintain proper hormone balance. So when we say it’s perfect for keto, it really was made for the ketogenic dieter.
All-Natural, Keto-Friendly Ingredients
Clean label shoppers (shoppers who check labels to ensure clean, natural ingredients) love seeing short ingredient lists where they can pronounce everything in the jar. When it comes to nutrition, simple and from the earth is best, and Perfect Keto hits the nail on the all-natural head.
The ingredients in Perfect Keto Nut Butter is as follows: raw macadamia nuts, raw cashews, raw coconut butter, MCT oil (from coconuts), vanilla bean powder, and sea salt. That’s it. Nothing fancy, nothing sketchy, nothing fake. There are 7 grams of carbohydrates, 210 calories, and 4 grams of sugar per serving.
About Perfect Keto
Dr. Anthony Gustin, a certified sports chiropractor, created Perfect Keto after seeing a need among his patients. He writes on their website, “I learned that there are four essential pillars of health: nutrition, movement, stress, and sleep. Without all these in check, you’ll never fully optimize your life. Throughout my working with injured and sick patients, I noticed that most clients had the hardest time with nutrition: the most important and impactful pillar. That’s why I created Perfect Keto.”1 He continues to say that for the Perfect Keto product line, he creates the formulations that work best for his patients.
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