Dirty Keto
Peanut Oil

Peanut Oil

per 100 g:
0g
net carbs
100g
fats
0g
protein
884
calories

Is Peanut Oil Keto?

Peanut Oil is a highly refined oil so it should be avoided on keto even if it is both low in carbs and high in fat.

Highly Refined Oil

Most Peanut Oil brands are highly refined so they are prone to oxidation and may cause inflammation in the body.

Highly refined oils are usually extracted using high heat and chemicals. This process strips out the nutrients from the oil and replaces them with harmful chemicals.

It is important to get your fats from healthy sources so your body can burn clean fuel while on ketosis.

You can use virgin olive oil, coconut oil, or avocado oil as keto-friendly alternatives. You may check out our list of best and worst oils for keto here.

Dirty Keto

Peanut Oil is unhealthy 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

Peanut Oil
0 g
net carbs
0 g
carbs
0 g
fiber
100 g
fats
0 g
protein
884
calories

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