In North Carolina, it’s illegal to drive under the influence of “any impairing substance,” which may include alcohol, marijuana, prescription medication or illegal drugs. However, the law has different levels of stringency depending on the type of controlled substance causing the impairment.

Amazingly, some people on the ketogenic diet may produce ketones that cause a false reading on a Breathalyzer, getting them into trouble. Learn more about the false DWI a keto diet may bring.

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