Sir Kensington’s Avocado Oil Mayonnaise
The Best Keto Friendly Mayo Brands
1.Sir Kensington’s Avocado Oil Mayonnaise
This brand is famous for having some really delicious condiments in its repertoire. In our opinion it’s the tastiest out of the bunch on our rundown since they really got the flavor to taste exactly like regular mayo. Another reason it’s ranked number one is that it doesn’t contain any preservatives and is composed of simple compounds. They do add a small amount of organic cane Sugar to get the taste just right but it’s not enough to even be added to the nutrition list.
2.Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo
Although it’s not the best store bought keto brand it’s ranked second on our rundown because it checks out all of our conditions that a keto friendly mayo should have. The primary compound is Avocado oil and the rest of the compounds are all organic like the non-GMO vinegar and cage-free eggs.
The mayo showed signs of oil separation when we kept it in low temperatures in our fridge but that’s not a big issue since it’s easily solved by stirring the mayo a little bit.
Unlike traditional mayo, this one doesn’t have any sugar so that might be something you notice when you try it out. If you’re really missing the sweetness of mayo you can always mix it up with Now Food’s Better Stevia to make it taste better however try not to use too much.
3.Chosen Foods Avocado Oil Mayo
This brand utilizes similar compounds to make their mayo as the Primal Kitchen brand but it’s rated lower because in our opinion the taste of Primal Kitchen is a bit better. There’s something about the taste that just isn’t the best but we can’t quite put our finger on it. It might be utilizing too much vinegar which makes the mayo taste less like traditional mayo.
4.BetterBody Foods Avocado Oil Mayonnaise
Although we haven’t tasted this one it’s on our rundown because of its low carb contents which utilizes great compounds. The difference this brand offers is that they use a little bit of onion and garlic powder to improve the taste which makes it sound amazing for sandwiches.
Even though mayo is quite important condiment for a few foods out there it doesn’t exactly shine nowadays. It makes a lot of sandwiches and salads taste much better like tuna and egg as well as some burgers.
Mayo’s main compounds are eggs, vinegar, sugar, salt and oil and the ones that are most important for us are oil and sugar.
Sugar is a carb that increases your insulin levels which incites the storing of fat instead of burning it which usually isn’t what you want. Although some small amounts of sugar are recommended when on keto it’s basically something to avoid whenever you can.
Oil on the other hand is a bit more complex to talk about. Most utilized oils in mayo and salads are actually vegetable oils. The oil won’t interfere directly when you want to enter ketosis they are full of PUFAs which are inciting inflammation and some other unwanted issues so you might want to stay away from any soybean, sunflower, corn, canola and peanut oils.
Avocado oil is a much better source you can use when on keto since it’s not as high on PUFAs but rather it’s higher one MUFA (mono-unsaturated fat) which is much easier to break down and process and doesn’t incite inflammation. Because it’s one of the primary compounds of mayo it cannot be overlooked.
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An oil that would make the mayo even more keto friendly would be MCT oil but there’s still no brand that makes this kind of mayo yet. It would be a good idea to get some MCT oil and mix some of it in any of the above mentioned to get a little bit of a keto surge.
There are a bunch of mayo brands out there that utilize coconut oil but the reason we don’t really like them is that it can be tasted when added to any foods. In case you don’t mind that there’s a great mayo from Chosen Food’s Coconut Oil Mayo.
There are also a bunch of brands out there that market their avocado oil mayo but make sure to check the nutrition label because some of them might have soy or canola oils mixed in with the avocado. They might also have some preservatives and starch. Some of the ones that we stumbled upon are Hellman’s Avocado Oil Mayonnaise and Kraft Avocado Oil Mayo.
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