“What Can I Eat on the Keto Diet?”
When you almost eliminate an entire macronutrient—in the case of keto, it’s carbohydrates—getting the right balance of nutrition becomes a little more challenging.
People interested in trying keto often wonder:
- Can I still eat vegetables? if so, which ones?
- fruit is completely restricted?
- What about foods that contain small amounts of carbohydrates, such as cheese?
- Is Bacon Protein or Fat?
- Is butter healthy?
That’s why we have made this easy keto food list.
Warning: You may notice that this infographic is a little different from other keto guides you may have visited.
We’re not going to tell you that some foods are completely off-limits. Instead, we’ve sorted foods commonly thought of as “no-nos” on the keto diet into “eat less” buckets.
By thinking about foods on a continuum from “eat more” to “eat less,” you’ll be able to follow the keto diet and still include a variety of nutritious foods. (However, with a severely restrictive diet like keto, we always recommend working with a physician, especially if you plan to follow the diet for a long time.)
Use our continuum to make keto meal choices that are “just a little better,” whether you’re browsing the aisles of the grocery store, cooking homemade food, or ordering from menus.
Plus, learn how to:
- Include a mix of keto-friendly proteins, vegetables, and fats to make a nutritious meal.
- Make strategic improvements to your food choices—based on what you eat now—to feel, move, and look better.
- Customize your intake to your personal lifestyle, goals and (of course) taste buds.
As a bonus, we’ve provided space to build your personal keto food list on a continuum. That way, you can create a delicious menu that’s just right for you—no headaches required.
(and if you want a Free Keto Diet Nutrition Plan Which instantly gives you the amount of calories, protein, carbs and fat you need to achieve your goals, see check accurate nutrition calculator.)
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