How Many Times per Day You Can Drink Keto Coffee

Keto Coffee

Coffee is the lifeblood for many people who work and study. Unfortunately, those who drink certain types of coffee may find themselves restricted in the amount they can drink once they start the keto diet. Some people like make their coffee more keto-friendly by mixing in specific fats. This is what’s called keto coffee.

Also referred to as the bulletproof coffee, Keto coffee can be made in a variety of ways. It combines coffee with ingredients rich in fat like butter and coconut oil. Adding these fats to your coffee doesn’t just help you meet your macro requirements, it also keeps you more satisfied and reduces your urge to snack on other things that might add to your calorie count.

The amount of keto coffee you can drink per day will differ for each individual. There isn’t much of a concern from a carb intake’s standpoint as long as you are drinking black coffee. It’s mostly a concern from the perspective of your caffeine and fat intake. According to Mayo Clinic, up to 400 mg of caffeine per day can be considered a healthy amount for adults. Anything beyond this may contribute to the development of symptoms like headaches and fast heartbeats.

You are also adding in fat to your coffee so you need to watch your calorie intake, especially if you have weight loss goals. A lot of people who drink keto coffee like to add 1 tablespoon of butter to their beverage. A single tablespoon of butter may contain around 102 calories. With these factors in mind, you should now have an idea on the amount of keto coffee you should drink per day. We would suggest sticking to one keto coffee per day, and drinking regular, low-carb coffee or tea after if you feel the urge to have more.