Honey and the Keto Diet | And Best Honey Substitutes Keto

Honey Ingredients


  • Fructose 38 percent
  • 31% Glucose
  • Dextrin 5%
  • Sucrose 3 %
  • Proteins 2%
  • Mineral salts 0.2 percent
  • Organic acids salt 2.2%
  • Tiny quantities of vitamins ( B1, B3, B3, B5, B5, H, K, C) as well as enzymes.


A nutritional profile (100 grams of honey)

  • Water 20 percent
  • Protein .3%
  • Minerals .2%
  • Carbohydrates 79.5 percent
  • Calcium 5 mg
  • Phosphorous 16 mg
  • Iron .09mg
  • Vitamin C 4mg
  • Vitamin B Complex in small amounts.
  • 319 calories.


Best Honey Substitutes Keto

Since keto-friendly honey isn’t a good idea, let’s examine the most delicious artificial sweeteners as well as natural sweeteners which will reduce your carb intake, and are as tasty as honey.

They are my favorites and I make use of all of them in various recipes!

Liquid Stevia

Liquid Stevia is among my most loved sweeteners with low carbs because it tastes the same as honey. Converting recipes using honey to using stevia can be difficult. It’s not a simple 1:1 ratio. Actually, liquid stevia can be so sweet, you’ll just need a fraction of that amount.

I recommend using just 1 teaspoon of liquid stevia to the honey you use for each teaspoon. This is approximately 6-9 drops. This sugar-free sweetener is a much sweeter alternative to honey!

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