Not Keto!
Sheep Milk

Sheep Milk

per 100 ml:
5.4g
net carbs
7g
fats
6g
protein
108
calories

Is Sheep Milk Keto?

Sheep Milk is not keto-friendly because it is high in carbs. It may kick you out of ketosis even with a small serving size.

Too Much Carbs!

Sheep Milk should be avoided on keto because it is very high in net carbs (12.86g of net carbs per 240ml serving).

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.

As an alternative, you may look for other types of milk that are low in net carbs.

Not an Ideal Source of Fat for Keto

Sheep Milk is not an ideal source of fat for keto because they are high in carbs.

Your body will only be able to use fats as energy (ketosis) if you restrict your net carbs to 20g - 30g per day. Thus, it is important to get your fats from high-fat foods that are also low in net carbs.

Avocado, salmon, and ghee are great examples of foods that are both low in carbs and high in fat.

Minimally Processed But High in Carbs

Sheep Milk is minimally processed but not a good fit for keto because it is high in carbs.

It is important to check both macros and ingredients of your foods to achieve a healthy weight loss on keto.

Here are the common ingredients to be checked for keto - sweeteners, oils, and food additives.

Net Carb Calculator

Sheep Milk
5.36 g
net carbs
5.36 g
carbs
0 g
fiber
7 g
fats
5.98 g
protein
108
calories

Alternative Types of Milk for Keto

Keto-Friendly
0
Net Carbs per 240ml
Low Carb
Minimally Processed
Keto-Friendly
0
Net Carbs per 240ml
Low Carb
Minimally Processed
Keto-Friendly
1
Net Carbs per 240ml
Low Carb
Minimally Processed
Keto-Friendly
1
Net Carbs per 240ml
Low Carb
Minimally Processed
Keto in Moderation
3
Net Carbs per 240ml
Moderate Carb
Minimally Processed

Keto Macros Calculator

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