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9 Low Carb Fruits You Can Still Eat On The Ketogenic Diet

9 Low Carb Fruits You Can Still Eat on the Ketogenic Diet Following a low carb, high fat method of eating like the ketogenic diet doesnt mean you have to give up your favorite fruits and vegetables. Personally, I think there are way too many benefits of keeping some fruits and most vegetables in my diet even though they can have a higher carb content. There are plenty of great tasting and nutritious fruits that you can still eat on a low carb ketogenic diet. Just keep in mind there are also fruits that are quite high in carbs and probably should be limited if you are following a strict keto diet. But as long as you know which fruits are lower in carbohydrates and stick to your daily macro numbers, there is no reason why they cannot be part of your diet. For example, if I were trying to stick to 75% fat, 15% protein, and 10% carb daily macros I would need to limit my net carb intake to 50 grams based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet. With that type of information at my side, I can then plan out where my net carbs will come from which most likely will come from fruits and vegetables. Just like when we discussed counting net carbs with keto friendly vegetables , the same can be said f Continue reading >>

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  1. Emperorwendy

    Being on Keto for 3 weeks now and going for first carb up this saturday. I am having so much anxiety over what to eat and what if i cant get back on keto!
    This has been such a journey with the keto flu and what not, not looking forward to carb up. (

  2. rrttyy123

    You should probably post on ketogains. The majority of people here are trying to lose weight, so they will downvote anyone who so much as mentions carbs in their post.
    With regards to the keto flu, you may want to wait a few weeks longer to allow your body to fully adapt. When I first started adding back carbs I didn’t feel all that great but after doing it for about 1.5 years I can now actually jump in and out of ketosis without any issues. Just remember that if you decide to binge on junk food it will probably amplify any issues you may have while introducing carbs back into your diet. Just as you adapt to being in ketosis, you can also adapt going in and out of ketosis. It just takes time. Don’t let everyone’s irrational fear of carbs on this subreddit deter you from eating them. It’s interesting to me how many of them say you don’t need them without knowing any of your stats, or if you’re even trying to lose weight. They forget that a CKD can be great for people not doing keto solely to lose weight and want to maximize their progress in the gym.

  3. Emperorwendy

    Thanks! Didn't realise there is a ketogains sub. When i mentioned carb up, i didnt mean going crazy on carbs stuffing my face with sugar and such. It will still be a plan meal where calories are calculated. But great advise about carbing up after my body is more suitable being in keto, maybe I will skip this week and try again next month when I am more keto adapt.

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Can I Do Keto And Still Eat Fruits?

I know fruits have carbs but the keto diet has really grown on me and helped me shed body fat. But I really can't live without fruits and vegetables. Do I have to let go of fruits completely from the keto diet? Or can I still have them even if it makes it a low-carb diet? Small portions of high fiber, low GI fruit like berries might be ok... But most fruit, due to the concentration of fructose, will knock you right out of ketosis. Pineapple, grapes, mango, bananas...all examples of fruits that are higher in natural sugars. depends...is a little fruit before a depletion workout enough for you? Because we can all still have that on CKD. However, if you're going to incorporate fruit/carby veggies into 'keto' you will probably not stay in ketosis, and are therefore not really doing keto. There's no reason you cant do a really low carb diet though. Still keeping fats high, but keeping to less than 100g carbs a day? Something to think about. I'm still debating whether I want to do something like that, or switching back to a traditional macro plan depends...is a little fruit before a depletion workout enough for you? Because we can all still have that on CKD. However, if you're going to Continue reading >>

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  1. Fapacwl

    After listening to the latest Tim Ferriss podcast (great listen for KETO people!) he mentioned that supplementing ketones is a great way to ease into ketosis, or create ketosis for a short period of time. I then googled ketone supplements and only saw "raspberry ketone for weight loss" which seemed sketchy. Ferris describes taking ketones as drinking jet fuel, so idk if his stuff is for the faint of heart, but I was wondering if anyone takes ketone supplements and where did they get them.
    Thanks for any advice, I am asking about this because I'm lazy and he made it seem like this is an easy way to do ketosis..
    Edit: link to podcast
    http://fourhourworkweek.com/2015/11/03/dominic-dagostino/

  2. simsalabimbam

    Some people get caught up with all kinds of weight loss nonsense, supplementing keto salts is nonsense for weight-loss.
    Ketones don't cause weight-loss. Having ketones is the biomarker that you are:
    making glucose
    predominantly metabolising fat
    Under these conditions ketones are produced as a necessary and beneficial by-product.
    Taking keto salts or MCT oil will give you ketones without the benefits associated with nutritional ketosis. Ketone supplementation on top of a ketogenic diet is mostly useful for people with intractable epilepsy suffering dozens of seizures per day.

  3. super_toilet

    Far from expert, but the whole point of keto is that your body will burn fat and make all the ketones it needs from that fat. If you're taking ketones that meas you're body isn't burning fat to make them. These businesses aren't interested in helping you burn fat as much as they are interested in helping you burn cash.

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22 Ketogenic Foods To Use Fat For Fuel

A ketogenic diet is a low-carb, moderate-protein and high-fat nutrition plan. This article addresses some of the best ketogenic foods to eat so you can get into ketosis and use fat for fuel. Following a ketogenic diet has been effectively shown to improve cardiovascular health, regulate the endocrine system, stabilize blood glucose levels, support weight loss, improve insulin sensitivity in people with type-2 diabetes and even treat neurological dysfunction ( 8 , 9 ). Additionally, a ketogenic diet can improve your energy, cognitive acceleration and overall daily performance. Most people feel their best when in a state of mild-ketosis. One of the big challenges, is that most people have been raised on higher carb comfort foods. So rather than focusing on whatfoods you will miss, shift your energy to all the great foods you can enjoy. Here are 22 ketogenic foods that you will LOVE! Most citrus fruits are packed with sugar. Lemons and limes however offer you the pleasure of a low-glycemic fruit to enjoy regularly and are rich in anti-inflammatory nutrients like citric acid, vitamin C and bioflavonoids. ( 1 ) Citric acid helps stabilize blood sugar levels and combat the inflammatory Continue reading >>

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  2. KetoKrate

    Kinda depends on the beer. I believe one Coors light is around 4g carbs but one Corona is around 12g and I'm sure some of those heavier/hoppier beers could break the 20g mark which could momentarily take you out of Ketosis.

  3. anbeav

    Unlikely

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