Answer: No, apples are not typically considered keto-friendly due to their high carbohydrate content.
In the context of a standard ketogenic diet where your daily carbohydrate intake should be limited to around 20-50 grams, consuming apples can quickly use up your carbohydrate allotment:
- Tinggi Karbohidrat: At 13.81 grams of total carbohydrates per 100g, apples take up a significant portion of your daily carbohydrate limit on a ketogenic diet.
- Mengandungi Gula: With 10.39 grams of sugars, the natural sweetness of apples comes with a carb cost which is not ideal on a keto diet.
- Rendah Lemak: Apples have only 0.17 grams of fat per 100g, which is not in line with a keto diet’s high-fat requirement.
- Rendah Protein: The protein content of apples is also low at 0.26 grams per 100g, not contributing much to the moderate protein requirement of a keto diet.
- Kandungan serat: However, apples do contain 2.4 grams of dietary fiber which can offset some of the total carbohydrates as fibers are not digested and absorbed in the same way as other carbs.
While apples are generally not keto-friendly, they are still healthy and full of nutrients. If you really crave an apple, having a small portion and adjusting your daily carb intake accordingly can make it fit into a ketogenic lifestyle. As with all things, balance and moderation are key.
- Jumlah per hidanganKalori52
- % Nilai harian *
- Jumlah lemak
- Lemak tepu 0.03g 1%
- Kolestrol 0mg 0%
- natrium 1mg 1%
- Potasium 107mg 4%
- Jumlah karbohidrat
- Serat 2.4g 10%
- Gula 10.39g
- Protein 0.26g 1%
* Nilai Harian % memberitahu anda berapa banyak nutrien dalam hidangan makanan menyumbang kepada diet harian. 2,000 kalori sehari digunakan untuk nasihat pemakanan am.