Of course you can get all that fat from healthy unsaturated fats such as avocados, tofu, almonds, walnuts, seeds and olive oil. Your liver is only forced into producing ketones when carb intake is drastically slashed. In the keto diet, you limit your intake of carbs to only 20 to 50 a day, the lower the better. To put that into perspective, a medium banana or apple is around 27 carbs, the full day's allowance. Eating too many carbs causes your blood sugar to spike.
Zevia energy drinks are sweetened with Stevia and include no calories. Be sure to pick whole milk for the higher fat content and measure how much you drink. A single cup of whole milk has almost 12 grams of carbohydrates, which takes up nearly half of some dieters' daily carb allowance. One scoop of Perfect Keto protein powder ($37.04, buy it here) has only a single gram of carbs. Hardcore keto followers may want to avoid happy hour altogether, as alcohol "stops fat loss dead in its tracks," Israetel says.