Why milk is not allowed in Keto?

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Milk but especially evaporated and dry milk are not healthy keto foods. This is because they are high in lactose. Milk has around 5% lactose, evaporated milk has around 10% lactose, and dry milk has 50% lactose. Lactose is a milk sugar that does affect blood glucose levels the same way regular sugar does.
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