The amount of carbs that you should take into your body to get into a state of ketosis varies from person to person. You want to test your body’s response to the amount of carbohydrates taken per day, and the effect that it has on your body.
Many will suggest that you will need to consume around 5% of your total carbs per day. On a diet of 2000 calories a day, that’s 40g of carbs per day.
This can be adjusted based on how your body responds. The fewer carbs you force your body to take, the sooner your body should go into a stage of ketosis. So you can aim for an aggressive target of 20g of carbs per day.
A moderate target would be 60g of carbs per day.
Track your daily carb consumption and measure your body’s ketosis state with keto urine strips.