A new survey has found that fast food chains like McDonalds and Taco Bell are the biggest offenders in the fast food industry.
The survey from the food advocacy group Food Not Bombs found that more than 30% of the respondents at all six McDonalds locations surveyed said they use keto food.
Taco Bell also came in second with 30%.
The largest fast food chain, Taco Bell, was the only chain to rank in the top 10.
However, the survey also found that Taco Bell is not the only fast food company to make a big push to promote keto foods.
Subway, which has become the go-to for fast food, was second with 14%.
Subway has also partnered with a nutritional health company to help promote ketogenic diets.
A spokesperson for Taco Bell told ABC News that they are “totally committed to the keto diet” and “our customers are getting a lot of value for their money.”
In an attempt to keep the ketogenic diet safe, Taco and Subway have partnered with Dr. Robert Lustig, who has written about the health benefits of the diet, to help make sure that customers are not consuming more than 1.2 grams of carbs per serving of food.
According to Dr. Lustig’s website, the ketotic diet is designed to help people who are overweight and obese.
It focuses on reducing intake of carbohydrates, fats and protein, and reducing sugar consumption.
The diet is a relatively new trend in the food industry, but many fast food restaurants are trying to catch on.
A recent survey found that McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s and Wendy’s Super Bowl restaurants saw a 45% increase in keto sales over the past year.