On a keto diet, how many carbs do you need to cut? How many carbs can you eat? The answer varies a bit depending on you as an individual and your goals.
In general: the fewer the carbs the bigger the impact might be on weight loss and reduction of cravings and hunger.1 If you have type 2 diabetes, the fewer carbs you eat, the faster your blood glucose and insulin resistance might improve.2 Some, however, find a very low carb diet too restrictive and challenging.
Here are three examples of how a low-carb dinner can look, depending on how many carbs you eat per day.