The Keto diet allows for fewer than 50 grams of complex carbohydrates per day, with around 75% healthy fats, 20% protein and 5% carbs, though these percentages can vary based on individual needs. Adhering to this general rule encourages your body to get energy from ketones, burn fat and keep muscles adequately nourished.
Staying true to your Keto diet doesn’t mean you have to avoid eating out. Sharing a meal is one of the most primitive social rituals that we have, dating back through millions of years. This kind of social interaction at a restaurant is integral to the fabric of your modern relationships.
It can be challenging to travel with any kind of diet restrictions, low-carb, no-carb, vegan, dairy-free, etc. Challenges include accessing the right foods in restricted environments like airplanes and trains, keeping food fresh on the go, and knowing where to source foods that work with the diet.