Not for a standard ketogenic diet, but possibly for variations of keto that involve carb cycling.
A standard keto diet requires you to consume about 75-80% of your calories from fat, 15-20% from protein, and only 5% from carbohydrates. Based on these guidelines, regular intake of Ka'Chava would likely contribute too much protein and carbs, and not enough fat.
That said, some people take a cyclical keto approach, which involves following a keto diet for 5-6 days, followed by 1-2 days of higher carb consumption. These “refeeding” days are meant to replenish depleted glucose reserves, and some claim this approach is superior for exercise performance and muscle growth.
It is always recommended to seek advice from a licensed medical professional before making any significant changes to your diet, especially if you have any health conditions or concerns. This can help ensure that your dietary changes are safe and appropriate for your specific needs and health status.