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Keto Diet

Know what foods you should eat in your Keto Diet

Keto Diet foods

Meat

All the cuts and forms of meat are very low in carbs so there are no restrictions in this group. But for your well-being, you must choose a healthier option. The meats include all cuts of beef and mutton. Chicken and seafood are relatively lower in saturated fats and high in other beneficial nutrients. All the members of this food group are keto-friendly.

Eggs

The eggs again are very low in carbs and contain mainly fats and protein. Although the recipe of the omelets varies and may include some non-keto-friendly options. But we will make the choice of ingredients easier.

Dairy

One has to be careful while choosing dairy products while being on a keto diet as they contain a good amount of carbohydrates. There are some varieties of yogurt and cheese in which the carbohydrate ratio is lower than the normal dairy. These varieties include.

  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Greek yogurt
  • Blue cheese
  • Cottage cheese
  • Cream half-and-half
  • Unsweetened plant-based milk (soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk, etc.)

Keto Diet

Vegetables

All the vegetables with a few exceptions are keto-friendly. Vegetables mainly contain fiber water, vitamin, and minerals with very few carbs. The prohibited vegetable for the keto diet is

  • Potato
  • Beets
  • Sweet potato
  • Yams
  • Corn
  • Some varieties of squashes

Nuts

Nuts are another healthy option that contains very few carbs besides having enough fats and protein. These are rich in unsaturated fats. The nuts and seeds are a healthy snacking option while being on a ketogenic diet when you’re prohibited to take popcorn or chips. The members of this family that you may include in your diet are,

  • Almonds
  • Pecan nuts
  • Flax seeds
  • Chia seeds
  • Pumpkin seeds

Berries

The berries are the only fruit that you may take for the sake of it. They are a rich source of b-vitamins, and vitamin C and are packed with many nutraceutical compounds. Berries will provide you with many health benefits if you add some to your breakfast and will lessen the risk associated with a high-fat diet.

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