Not Keto!
Aspartame

Aspartame

per 100 g:
100g
net carbs
0g
fats
0g
protein
400
calories

Is Aspartame Keto?

Aspartame is a zero-calorie artificial sweetener that is 180x sweeter than sugar. It is not keto-friendly because it is linked to side effects such as increased appetite, weight gain, and other metabolic health problems.

Unhealthy Artificial Sweetener

Aspartame has no effect on ketosis because it is carb-free. However, it is linked to increased appetite, weight gain, and other metabolic health problems.

As an alternative, you may use other keto-friendly natural sweeteners such as stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol.

Dirty Keto

Aspartame is a harmful ingredient so it should be avoided on keto even if it is low in net carbs.

Dirty Keto is a common label for low-carb foods with unhealthy ingredients. You may still reach ketosis and lose weight with dirty keto, but it might also lead to health problems in the long run.

Here are the common ingredients to check for keto - sweeteners, oils, food additives.

Net Carb Calculator

Aspartame
100 g
net carbs
100 g
carbs
0 g
fiber
0 g
fats
0 g
protein
400
calories

Alternative Sweeteners for Keto

Keto-Friendly

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Stevia

0
Net Carbs per 100g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
Keto-Friendly

Generic

Monk Fruit

0
Net Carbs per 100g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
Keto-Friendly

Generic

Erythritol

0
Net Carbs per 100g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
Keto-Friendly

Generic

Allulose

0
Net Carbs per 100g
Low Carb
Keto Sweetener
No effect in ketosis
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