How does caffeine affect a keto diet? A new study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (2016) looked to see if caffeine enhanced ketosis or worked against it.
In the study, entitled Caffeine intake increases plasma ketones: an acute metabolic study in humans, Canadian researchers evaluated the effects of caffeine consumption in a group of 10 volunteers
They fasted for 12 hours and then ate a breakfast that consisted of 85g carbs, 9.5g fats, 14g protein
These individuals were then given either no caffeine, the equivalent of about a cup and a half of coffee, or a caffeine equivalent of 3 cups of coffee.
Read the results here: http://letslivehealthier.com/physically/diet-nutrition/how-does-caffeine-affect-a-keto-diet/