Is Beef Jerky Keto Friendly?

Is Beef Jerky Keto Friendly?

Is Beef Jerky Keto Friendly?

Keto dieting has become one of the most popular dieting methods in the last few years. People doing keto diets have produced some rather incredible results through their journey. Is Beef Chief Jerky something you can eat while on a keto diet? Let's dive into it...

What is keto?

Keto, otherwise known as Ketosis dieting, is a diet that is high in protein and fats while being extremely low (almost negligible) in carbohydrates. It takes your body about 7-11 days to reach a state of ketosis. Once in ketosis, your body essentially switches up its primary source of energy to ketones, rather than glycogen (a source of energy derived from carbohydrates).

By switching energy sources, keto-dieters have been able to lose large amounts of weight in a short time, and studies have shown that keto dieting is extremely healthy for the body (in short bursts/periods of time).

Whilst in a state of ketosis, the user must be extremely careful with what foods he/she ingests, as a small amount of carbohydrates is enough to throw the body out of ketosis, and basically negate all the benefits that some with a keto diet. 

Original Beef Chief Jerky and Keto Diets

You'll be extremely pleased to know that Original Beef Chief jerky is 100% keto friendly. This means, that if you're currently on a keto diet, and training hard to lose that stubborn body fat, our beef jerky is the perfect go-to snack to not only keep you full between meals but also provide your body with essential proteins and minerals (your muscles will love you for it)

To get an idea of what goes into your body with every bag of beef chief jerky, here's a nutritional panel (per 100 gram serve)

For reference, people will tend to stay in Ketosis as long as they keep their daily carbohydrate intake to less than 35-50 trace grams of carbohydrates. 

However, Jerky doesn't have to be your sole go-to keto-friendly snack. Other snacks and food sources include: 

  • Avocados (so, unfortunately, no house if you’re an Australian millennial)
  • Nuts and nut butters
  • Good quality cheese
  • Sardines
  • Veggie sticks (while not particularly high in protein or fat, they’re low in carbs)


So while everything is good in moderation, it's quite assuring knowing that you can snack on beef chief jerky guilt free, all the while losing stubborn body fat and replenishing those muscles between training sessions! 


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