Fruit Extract

Acceptable Keto Ingredient

What is Fruit Extract?

Fruit extract is concentrated fruit-flavor profiles, produced through the reduction of fruit concentrates to form a syrup. The syrup is then mixed with either alcohol or water. The extract is natural and consistent in terms of flavor and color. It is extracted using solvents such as ethanol, methanol, or water. The extract is very well known for its flavoring properties and is often used in cooking and baking due to its quick flavor absorption properties.

Keto Status?



Fruit Extract is a high concentration of fruit juice which is total carbs, but the amount needed for an ingredient is typically less than 1 total gram of carbohydrates per serving, making it a low-carb option for fruit flavor on the keto diet.

Possible Side Effects From Ingesting Fruit Extract?

N/A if no allergies are present


There were no articles discussing the carb content of fruit extracts found online, other than that they were zero. Every extract researched had zero carbs on the nutrition label.

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I Heart Keto Mart Rating Guide

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