10 Best Keto-Friendly Drinks

At the start of a keto diet, when your body is adapting to severely low carbohydrates, your body’s hydration status will shift because of lack of glycogen as body stores carbohydrates in the form of glycogen, which holds onto water.

If you’re on a low-carb diet, you’re mostly focused on what to eat and especially what to avoid. But If you also focus on what you should sip can set you up for success, too.

Here is the list of 10 keto-friendly drinks for you:

  • Water

Water is one of the best keto-friendly drinks. To stay ahead of your hydration Keep a water bottle near you at all times and drink throughout the day. Drinking a large amount of water is beneficial for health in many ways, as it helps maintain blood pressure, body temperature and forms saliva and mucus.

  • Calorie-Free Tea

If you keep the tea plain and don’t add sugar or another sweetener, Tea is another great drink, as it’s carb- and calorie-free.

  • Sparkling Water

A great way to mix up your usual water is by adding a squeeze of lemon in nearly ½ gram (g) of carbohydrates. It is another carb-free drink option.

  • Plain Coffee

Plain coffee is also a keto-friendly diet if you’re drinking it black because it is completely calorie-free. The Addition of heavy cream in black coffee will be appreciated because it provides fats.

  • Bone Broth

Sipping a cup of Bone broth is something uniquely warming for keto-dieters as it offers 0 carbs and 1 cup contains less than 50 calories and 9 grams of protein.

  • Nut Milk

If you want to mix things up, Nuts milk makes for great choices as they offer 1 g (or less) of carbs per cup and may be fortified with vitamins and minerals.

  • Kombucha

Kombucha can be a great replacement for Soda for keto-dieters. It is also a gut-friendly fermented tea.


Green tea, a fermented tea, black tea, coffee, water, sparkling water, and protein shakes are some useful keto-friendly drinks. They contain a very small amount of carbohydrates. Keto-dieters should properly plan their food to avoid any serious consequences, such as dehydration. 

Naeem Ur Rehman

Pakistan's youngest blogger and the CEO of He is currently the student of BS Environmental Sciences at University of the Punjab, Lahore. He is also working as a senior advisor to, Mukaalma, and Pylon TV.

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