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Make sure to always check the labels, and ensure that the milk you want to purchase is sugar-free and low-carb.
These options are suitable for a vegan lifestyle.
Almond milk is the most popular keto milk. The brands producing almond milk are many, but check the labels to ensure is sugar-free.
You can find roasted, unroasted, and rain feed almond milk.
In general, sugar-free almond milk is 0 carb, but quite low on protein (around 0,5 gr per 100 ml).
Albert Heijn and Jumbo have their own unsweetened branded options, which are cheaper than the brand Alpro.
Soya Milk is also low-carb and suitable for a keto diet. The brand Alpro produces 0-carb soya milk. For 100 ml counts 3,3 of proteins.
Pea protein Milk
On the market, you will find pea protein milk. Among a few brands, WUNDA is the lowest in carbs, with 0 gr per 100 ml.
VLY has 0,2 gr carbs and AH brand has 2 gr of carbs.
In general, the proteins are between 2,2, and 3 grams for 100 gr of product.
Unsweetened hazelnut milk is not easy to find, but this from Albert Heijn is perfect for keto and low-carb.
Carbohydrates are not at the lowest (1,2 per 100 ml) and 0,3 proteins per 100 ml.
100% Coconut milk is rich in fats and under 2 gr of carbs per 100 grams of products. The coconut milk is best used for recipes, such as keto ice-creams and other preparations.
I hope these posts on the Best Keto Unsweetened Milk in the Netherlands will be useful to you.
My name is Simona, a keto enthusiast, based in the Netherlands.
I live with my husband, my cat Newton, and a fridge full of cheese.
I also write a lot of keto recipes on my Italian blog keto-with-simona.
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