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Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops

Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops

per 4 pcs (18 g):
1g
net carbs
0g
fats
0g
protein
40
calories

Is Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops Keto?

Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops should be avoided on keto because it is a high-carb processed food that contains unhealthy ingredients.

High in Net Carbs

Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops is high in carbs (5.56g of net carbs per 100g serving) so you need to avoid it as much as possible.

It is important to limit your net carb consumption to 20g - 30g per day to stay in ketosis.

You can calculate your ideal daily net carb allowance by using this keto macros calculator. Then use the serving calculator below to determine a serving size that fits your net carb budget.

Contains Dextrin

Dextrin is a high-glycemic sweetener that can raise your blood sugar level and prevent you from reaching ketosis.

As an alternative, you may look for other candies that use keto-friendly sweeteners like stevia, monk fruit, or erythritol.

You can check out our full list of best and worst sweeteners for keto here.

Net Carb Calculator

Dr. John's Orange Dry Mouth Drops
1 g
net carbs
17 g
carbs
16 g
fiber
0 g
fats
0 g
protein
40
calories

Ingredients Checker

Ingredients

Dextrin (Dietary Fiber), Erythritol, Xylitol, Fumaric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavors, Natural Colors, Stevia Leaf Extract

Non-Keto Sweeteners

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Highly-Refined Oils

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None

Harmful Food Additives

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None

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Unhealthy Ingredients
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Keto Macros Calculator

Calculate your ideal macros for keto. Just follow the steps below.
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