Keto is typically touted as being less than 20g per day. That number is used because it’s the amount pretty much guaranteed to get everyone into the state of ketosis whereby you switch from using glucose as the primary source of energy to fats. (Body fat if you need to lose or dietary if not). Some people get there at higher figures. Personally I hit it at about 40g. It is not the same as ketoacidosis in any way. The advantage of keto is that it takes a lot of the guess work away of how much can you handle. It also means that you jump off the rollercoaster of carbs causing cravings entirely. For me that’s was easier as I’m not good at moderation and find restricted amounts harder than none at all. It’s a slippery slope from one treat to an entire packet or box then onto a day or a week or a month of “just this once”. Also if you start low you get good initial results which are motivating and give the sugar addiction chance to disappear. Then once you have some control you can experiment a bit if you still want to. Tastes may well have changed by then though so what you crave now might be entirely different later. Oh and bacon is on the menu for sure, as is double cream with a few berries so there are definitely things to look forward to. Only you will know what method works for you, slow and gradual to acclimate or fast and furious to get the shock over with and jump in with both feet. Only your meter will show what your body copes with. I want to put my body under as little insulin pressure as I can having cane diet for years. I’m hoping treated well it’ll gradually learn to cope better with the few treats I do have. Ie become less insulin resistant.