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Keto Beginner Grocery List

Keto Beginner Grocery List

Keto Beginner Grocery List

Great choice for our health goals is keto diet and beginning to understand it has many benefits for exercise, weight loss� and mental performance. In this list we have foods that are keto approved and are good for your new diet plan and way of eating. Here’s the KETO BEGINNER GROCERY LIST. MEATS ON KETO DIET Meat is one of the best foods to eat on a ketogenic diet. When buying meats, you want to try and get those with a good fat content.Be careful with processed meats ( sausage, bacon and luncheon meat) they might contain added flavors, seasoning and sugars. Ground Beef Elk Bratwurst Hot Dogs Ground Pork Shrimp Lamb Chops Chuck Roast Ribeye Steak Chicken Thighs Chicken Breasts Whole Chickens Duck Breakfast Sausage Bacon Kielbasa Pork Loin Pork Ribs Ground Pork Ham Steaks Pork Steaks Ground Lamb Venison Buffalo Salmon Tuna Trout Luncheon Meats Pepperoni FRUITS &VEGETABLES ON THE KETO DIET We wrote about low carb vegetables. Almost all fruits are non-compliant because they are very high in sugar and carbs, but the last four in this list are lower-sugar. Here we have mixed list with fruits and vegetables that are keto approved. Broccoli Parsley Eggplant Mushrooms Cauliflower Cabbage Bell Pepper Cucumbers Lettuce Onions Garlic Scallions Sprouts Spaghetti Squash Summer Squash Zucchini Avocados Blueberries Blackberries Raspberries Strawberries DAIRY ON THE KETO DIET Only certain types of dairy can be enjoyed on the keto diet. Heavy Cream Cream Cheese Sour Cream Butter Hard Cheeses Fermented milks ( yogurt or kefir ) FATS AND OILS ON THE KETO DIET Knowing what fats and oils to use is of vital importance! Using the wrong kind of oil or fat can do more harm than good. Avocado Oil Olive Oil Grapeseed Oil Coconut Oil Sesame Oil MISCELLANEOUS Here are a few other items you will Continue reading >>

Ketogenic Diet Grocery List

Ketogenic Diet Grocery List

Are you just getting started on a ketogenic diet and not sure where to start as far as what to eat? The list below is full of the most popular “keto foods” broken down into respective categories. Ketogenic or “keto” diets are a form of very low-carbohydrate diet where generally under 20g of carbohydrates are consumed each day. With glucose being in limited supply from the low carb intake your body will begin producing ketones to power your body. Some believe ketogenic diets are more effective in terms of fat loss because of this but the important thing in any diet is the caloric deficit – remember there is no magic in weight loss. With that said, many people find eating a higher fat low carb diet is easier to stick to and keeps them full longer. If you’re interested in seeing if it works for you we recommend a 2-3 week trial period. Did I forget your favorite keto food(s)? Let me know what they are in the comments and I’ll be sure to add them to this list – lets get the most comprehensive keto shopping guide ever going! Grocery List Legend: *Orange indicates foods with some carbohydrates – eat in moderation! (2-4 servings max per day recommended for keto dieters) *Red indicates foods moderate to high in carbohydrates – eat sparingly! (1-2 servings max per day recommended for keto dieters) MEAT/PROTEIN Bacon Steak Ground beef Eggs Ribs (Pork or Beef) Roasts (Pork or Beef) Pork Loin, Chops, or Steaks Chicken (breasts, thighs, wings) Ham Sausage Deli cold cuts Pepperoni Salami Prosciutto Continue reading >>

My First Keto Diet Grocery List + Tips For Beginners

My First Keto Diet Grocery List + Tips For Beginners

£109.56 ($147.60) is the amount I spent on my first time Keto diet grocery list. Right now, I don’t know what to think of that price because I have no idea how long these items are going to last for. I bought the right things but just not sure how long they’ll last for, yet. Hoping to pass at least 2-3 weeks with some of the keto staples I bought like Coconut oil and Peanut butter. I know keto diet isn’t cheap but I really want it to be as budget friendly as possible. Don’t we all? So here’s what you’ll see in this article: List of each item I bought and the quantity. What you can buy and avoid. 8 Important key points. Let’s start with 4 utensils I bought from Amazon… You probably already have these at home, if not, there are some really good and affordable deals on Amazon. 24 Cup Mini muffin tray: The one I bought from UK Amazon and here is a good one from USA Amazon. I will be using this to make my Keto fat bombs and breakfast egg muffins. Alternatively, you can also use an Ice cube tray for your fat bombs. Food prep containers (pack of 8): This is the one I bought and here’s a good deal from USA Amazon. My Keto diet is going to be all about Food prepping! It’s going to save me time and some money. If you’re short on time or simply can’t be asked to cook every meal, food prep is the way to go. Another great benefit of food prepping is that it will be almost impossible for you to cheat when you’re hungry because you already have your meal ready to be eaten whenever you want. I’ll have a post on food prepping soon. This is another item that’s never there when I really need it so I bought one. I will be using it for making Keto bread and fat bombs. I will be using this for making bulletproof coffee, whisking eggs and for fat bombs. TIP: Unl Continue reading >>

The Keto Grocery List

The Keto Grocery List

Blog Now that you’ve made the decision to switch up your diet to ketogenic, you can use this keto grocery list as a beginner’s guide to figuring out your meals. Find out what you like and what works best for you. This list is not meant to be the exact prescription for a perfect keto diet; however, these are a few staple things you should have at home on a regular basis. Protein *For maximum health benefits, choose grass-fed or organic Beef – all cuts Bacon, ham, sausage – less than 1g carbs per serving Pork Wild Game – such a venison or buffalo Chicken Turkey Other birds – such as duck Deli Meats – check for added sugars Seafood – of any kind Fish – wild caught Fats Avocado oil Ghee Coconut oil Olive oil Macadamia oil Butter Coconut butter MCT oil Vegetables Avocado Broccoli Cucumbers Leafy greens – such as spinach and kale Cauliflower Bell Peppers Onions Sprouts Zucchini Cabbage Mushrooms Asaragus Eggplant Tomatoes Celery Fruits *Generally, most people will want to avoid most fruits on their keto grocery list, but in small amounts the following are okay: Berries – such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries Lemon Lime Dairy *Strive for raw and unpasteurized dairy products when available Eggs Heavy cream Sour cream Cream cheese Butter Cheese Full-fat plain Greek yogurt Seeds & Nuts *These items tend to be high in Omega 6 fatty acids, so try to eat in small amounts Coconut Almond Hazelnuts Pecans Walnuts Macadamias Pumpkin seeds Sesame seeds Chia seeds Nut butters Other *Be sure to check ingredients for good oils, and watch out for added sugars Mayonnaise Full-fat Ranch dressing Caesar dressing Bleu cheese dressing Pork rinds Beef jerky Vinegars Mustard Shredded coconut Hot sauce 100% dark chocolate Stevia Other Posts You May Li Continue reading >>

Costco Keto Printable Shopping List (huge List Of Approved Keto Foods)

Costco Keto Printable Shopping List (huge List Of Approved Keto Foods)

Shopping at Costco when doing the Ketogenic Diet can be a little overwhelming in the very beginning. The store is huge and there are so many labels to read! If you are just getting started, I want to help with this Keto Costco Shopping list! I wished I had this when I started. It takes the guesswork out of different types of the different food options you have. This article explains how the diet works, why the diet works and what you need to get started! It can be a bit overwhelming in the beginning but if you can understand the how, what, and why, then you will be set up for success! I also have this Keto Diet page set up as an easy reference for recipe ideas too! Be sure to bookmark it! Here’s what this printable looks like: Fresh Blueberries Frozen Blueberries Fresh Strawberries Frozen Strawberries Raspberries Frozen Organic Asparagus Frozen Stir Fry Vegetable Blend Frozen Organic Broccoli Florets romaine lettuce butter lettuce Organic Spinach lettuce Mixed Spring Greens Organic Cauliflower Rice Baby Cucumbers Long Cucumbers Cauliflower Asparagus Green, red, orange peppers Mushrooms Avocados celery Steak Organic Ground Hamburger Pork Loin Bacon Precooked Kirkland Bacon Bacon Crumbles Turkey Breast Sausage Hot Dogs Sandwich meats Wild Alaskan Smoked Salmon Rotisserie Chicken Pacific Cod Frozen Chicken Breasts Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Frozen Ground Beef Patties Sea Scallops Beef tenderloins Columbus Uncured Pastrami Organic Chicken thighs Organic Chicken Breasts Raw Eggs Bundle of Hard-Boiled Eggs Almond Milk Heavy Cream Whipped cream Cream Cheese Cheese (blocks, slices etc) Kerry Gold Butter Organic Salted Butter Babybel Cheese Circles Cheese sticks Parmesan Cheese Feta Cheese Gouda Cheese Sour Cream Cashews Almonds Pistachios Macadamia Nuts Pecans Walnuts Topo Chico Continue reading >>

Vegan Keto Shopping List – Food To Have In Your Pantry

Vegan Keto Shopping List – Food To Have In Your Pantry

You should have some good sources of fat, protein, and some vegetables readily available in your fridge when doing a ketogenic diet. Good sources of vegan fats: Coconut, almond/peanut Butter, and avocados are my favourite. (sometimes combined all together) In Toronto you can find a product call Vegan Magic Bacon Grease, that has all the qualities of bacon grease, just without all the cruelty. Other Fat Options: Almond Butter Almond Oil Avocado Oil Canola Oil Cocoa Butter Coconut Oil Flax Seed Oil Olive Oil Sesame Oil Proteins: Most Tofu is low carb, watch for additives. Tempeh – Noble Bean has the lowest carb count I’ve seen. Textured Vegetable Protein – find it at the bulk store. Bob’s Red Mill is usually easy to find in most regular grocery stores, but there are lots of different brands out there. Protein Powder – I ordered mine from TruNutrition Baking You might find a lot of helpful information by looking for gluten-free vegan baking. They’ve got using almond and coconut flour down to an art. Almond Flour/Meal Coconut Flour Flax Seed Meal (Binding agent – is a great egg replacer) Psyllium Husk (Fiber) Guar Gum (thickens) Fruits & Vegetables Artichokes Asparagus Avocado Bok Choy Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Cucumber Edamame/Green Soy Beans Eggplant Fennel Garlic Green Beans Kale Lettuce Mushrooms Parsley Peppers Radish Spaghetti Squash Spinach Zucchini (get a spiralizer, make some raw pad thai noodles) Nuts & Seeds Almonds Cashews Chia Seeds Coconut Flakes (non-sweetened) Hazelnuts Macadamias Pecans Pumpkin Seeds Sesame Seeds Sunflower Seeds Walnuts I’ll keep adding to this when I think of things! Continue reading >>

The Best Ketogenic Diet Apps Of The Year

The Best Ketogenic Diet Apps Of The Year

We’ve selected these apps based on their quality, user reviews, and overall reliability as a source for people who want to increase their knowledge about the ketogenic diet. If you want to nominate an app for this list, email us at [email protected] The principle behind the ketogenic or keto diet is simple, even if it seems counterintuitive. Cut your carbs and eat more fat to force your body to burn more fat. The diet encourages your body to enter a state called ketosis, in which it fuels itself on stored fat. Ketosis can significantly help you lose weight and may also help decrease your blood sugar and hunger while increasing your energy. In addition to weight loss benefits, evidence indicates that the keto diet can help prevent or improve conditions such as metabolic diseases, epilepsy, and cancer. Eating the right mix of fat and carbs is essential for ketosis. But it can be tricky to eat the perfect balance of foods, especially when just starting out. You should note that keto dieters have reported side effects like bad breath, short-term fatigue, insomnia, and digestive issues. If you’re considering the keto diet, speak with a doctor to ensure that it’s safe for you. Then, check out these apps for the recipes, knowledge, meal planning, and support to help you succeed on the keto diet. Android rating: ★★★★★ Price: Free Ketogenic Diet Plan boasts that it’s the app “for dummies,” making it simple to understand the diet. The app discusses the principles behind this approach of carb restriction and fat loading. It also touches on why that’s healthy, particularly for people with diabetes. To foster success, the app provides meal recommendations, recipes, and a gallery of inspirational before-and-after photos. Though users note the app is Continue reading >>

Keto Shopping List For The Uk (foods Listed From Most To Least Ketogenic)

Keto Shopping List For The Uk (foods Listed From Most To Least Ketogenic)

Following a ketogenic diet in the UK is just as easy as in the U.S. but the brands and variety of ketogenic-compliant foods do differ. Below you will find a complete shopping list of every food you may need on a ketogenic diet, and where you can easily buy them in the UK. The foods are listed from the most to least ketogenic to help you optimize ketosis based on their carb and protein content. Foods that contain higher amounts of carbohydrates will rank lower, as well as foods high in protein. Both carbs and proteins can prevent you from entering ketosis. With an excess protein intake, protein is also converted to glucose and, therefore, can negatively impact ketosis. If you are also following paleo, Weston A. Price or organic principles with your keto diet see this complete paleo keto shopping list instead. Where to Go to Buy Your Shopping List Items Most items are available in one of the UK’s supermarkets, so which supermarket you choose will be based on your price preference and budget and whether you have one conveniently nearby. All of them, except Aldi, also have online shopping and home delivery services. From least expensive to most expensive the supermarkets are: Waitrose is the most expensive Basic Ketogenic Diet Shopping List In general, basic food products don’t differ significantly between brands and produce. However, there are differences, so where products have a range we have provided this for carbohydrates and protein, and thus how ketogenic the product is. The following are covered: The more you stick to the food groups higher up the page the easier it will be to get into ketosis. It is the same principle within each list. Favor foods at the top of the tables for the highest ketogenic foods. The fatty cuts of meat are your friend, as well as oily f Continue reading >>

Keto Diet Food List: 221 Foods To Boost Energy (+ Printable Cheat Sheet)

Keto Diet Food List: 221 Foods To Boost Energy (+ Printable Cheat Sheet)

In some studies, only 38% of people can stick to a keto diet. (1) In other words, if you’re not prepared, a keto diet can be HARD. However, if you want to boost your energy and burn fat, there is no better way. Bottom line… If you want to transform your body, you need to be prepared. So in the keto diet food list below, I’ll show you 221 foods that will help you burn fat and boost your energy. Most of these foods are common and easy-to-find so that you can create thousands of different meals that you’ll love. I’ll also show you some of the best benefits of a keto diet and how to make sure that you reach your goals. If you want to find out more in general about keto, check out our comprehensive article on the ketogenic diet here. If you want more recipes, check out all of our keto recipes here. KETO DIET FOOD LIST “CHEAT SHEET” (PRINTABLE) To make things easy for you at the grocery store and in the kitchen, we also put together a printable “cheat sheet” of foods you can eat on a keto diet. To get our cheat sheet, just click the button below: Remember, there are a TON of foods you can eat on a keto diet. And that’s great, because you want to keep your meals interesting. But you also need to keep things as simple as possible, because if your meals and recipes get too overwhelming or take too long, then you won’t stick with it. So use this list to find a few dishes that you really love, and then try to stick to those dishes as much as possible. THE ‘SHORT’ LIST OF KETO FOODS… If you’re looking for a short list of keto diet foods, then here it is. (Remember, all 221 foods are listed below.) Basically, you can eat most meats, most vegetables, most seafood, and healthy fats. More specifically, you can eat these foods… Non-Starchy Vegetables Berr Continue reading >>

Keto Diet Food List, Including The Best Vs. Worst Keto Foods

Keto Diet Food List, Including The Best Vs. Worst Keto Foods

Unlike many fad diets that come and go with very limited rates of long-term success, the ketogenic diet or keto diet has been practiced for more than nine decades (since the 1920s) and is based upon a solid understanding of physiology and nutrition science. The keto diet works for such a high percentage of people because it targets several key, underlying causes of weight gain — including hormonal imbalances, especially insulin resistance coupled with high blood sugar levels, and the cycle of restricting and “binging” on empty calories due to hunger that so many dieters struggle with. Yet that’s not a problem with what’s on the keto diet food list. Rather than relying on counting calories, limiting portion sizes, resorting to extreme exercise or requiring lots of willpower (even in the face of drastically low energy levels), the ketogenic diet takes an entirely different approach to weight loss and health improvements. It works because it changes the very “fuel source” that the body uses to stay energized — namely, from burning glucose (or sugar) to dietary fat, courtesy of keto recipes and the keto diet food list items, including high-fat, low-carb foods. What Can You Eat On a Ketogenic Diet? Here are some examples of high-fat low-carb foods on the keto diet food list you can expect to eat lots of if you’re following the ketogenic diet: High amounts of healthy fats (up to 80 percent of your total calories!), such as olive oil, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, palm oil, and some nuts and seeds. Fats are a critical part of every ketogenic recipe because fat is what provides energy and prevents hunger, weakness and fatigue. All sorts of non-starchy vegetables. What vegetables can you eat on a ketogenic diet without worrying about increasing your carb intak Continue reading >>

Keto Shopping List

Keto Shopping List

The Keto Diet does limit the foods you can eat, but "limit" doesn't mean you are left with few options. Here are all of the foods that you can safely consume while on the Keto Diet. American Bleu Cheese Cheddar Cottage Cheese Cream Cheese Feta Gouda Mozzarella Parmesan Provolone Ricotta Cheese Swiss Red Wine Vinegar Bleu Cheese Creamy Caesar Ranch Olive Oil Almond Butter Avocado Oil Butter Cocoa Butter Coconut Oil Fish Oil Flax Seed Oil Grape Seed Oil Hemp Seed Oil Macadamia Oil MCT Oil Full Fat Mayonnaise Olive Oil Walnut Oil Chia Flax Hemp Pumpkin Safflower Sesame Sunflower Almonds Brazil Nuts Coconut Hazelnuts Macadamias Pecans Pistachios Walnuts Anchovies Fresh Fish Bass Carp Flounder Haddock Halibut Mackerel Salmon Sardines Sole Tilapia Trout Tuna Clams Crab Meat Lobster Mussels Oysters Shrimp Squid Acorn Flour Almond Flour Almond Meal Cocoa Powder Coconut Flour Flax Seed Meal Protein Powder Psyllium Husk Sesame Seed Flour Splenda Eggs Chicken Duck Goose Quail Turkey Avocado Blackberry Blueberry Cranberry Lemon Lime Green Olive Raspberry Strawberry Rhubarb Tomato Almond Milk (unsweetened) Coconut Cream Coconut Milk (unsweetened) Greek Yogurt Heavy Cream Sour Cream (full fat) Soy Milk (unsweetened) Whipped Cream Grass Fed Butter Beef Tongue Ribs Roast Pastrami Sausage Corned Ground 70%-90% Lean Hot Dog / Frankfurter Steak Bologna Lamb Pepperoni Pork Bacon Chops Ham Liverwurst Loin Proscuitto Sausage Veal Venison Arugula Asparagus Bok Choy Broccoli Broccoli Rabe Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Chard Chicory Greens Cucumber Eggplant Endive Fennel Garlic Green Bean Jalapeño Lettuce (Green Leaf, Romaine) Parsley Radish Spinach Soy Bean Zucchini You don’t have to purchase any of this stuff but we recommend you do so you can be sure you are doing the right things. You don Continue reading >>

My Beginners Guide To Doing My Ketogenic Diet And Shopping List

My Beginners Guide To Doing My Ketogenic Diet And Shopping List

I wanted to do an update meal plan, blog post, “what am I eating” entry to share with you all how my diet has changed over the last week. This will be the diet I stick to for the next several weeks. I have been sharing images of my meals and food choices on my Snapchat (MissADS1981 – feel free to find me and add me I post a ton there!) and Twitter (@missads1981) and I realized that it was important to explain what and why my diet is changing a bit. Starting last week I jumped head first into follow a ketogenic diet, also known as LCMP or “Low Carb Moderate Protein” and I hate to use the word “diet” because this is more of a current lifestyle choice than anything else. Keto diets, as they are sometimes referred to, do help with weight loss but have many other health benefits and some research suggests it helps with other health conditions like diabetes, cancer, epilepsy and Alzheimer’s. It lowers blood sugar and insulin levels, and shifts the body’s metabolism away from carbs and towards fat and ketones. So what is a ketogenic diet? A ketogenic diet is a moderate protein, high fat, low carbohydrate diet. Many people compare it to an Atkins diet. It has been around for almost 100 years. The diet is high in fat, supplies adequate protein and is low in carbohydrates. This combination changes the way energy is used in the body. Fat is converted in the liver into fatty acids and ketone bodies. Another effect of the diet is that it lowers glucose levels and improves insulin resistance. Elevated level of ketone bodies in the blood is a state known as ketosis. When this happens your body begins to use your own body fat for energy. Why am I following a Keto Diet? Recently I was having a conversation at work with a few co-workers, one of which is a certified nutr Continue reading >>

Keto Diet Shopping List | Low Carb Simplified

Keto Diet Shopping List | Low Carb Simplified

The Mission There’s tons of keto diet shopping lists circulating the internet, so what makes this one different? This list is the absolute bare bones to get you started. I’ve broken it down into macro nutrient categories with 3-4 items in each section. These 3-4 items have been selected because they fulfill 3 specific criterion that makes them particularly great choices for a Keto Diet. Macro Nutrient Profile The first, and most important criteria is the macro nutrient profile or the Protein/Fat/Carb ratio that the food contains. As you probably already know, we’re looking for high fat and low carb. Cost Any eating style that is cost-prohibitive is going to be hard to stick to for extended periods of time. “Eating healthy is too expensive” is a myth I would like to dispel with the Keto Diet Shopping List. I’ve listed the calories per dollar amounts in the included infographic to show how cheap Keto can be! Ease of Use Not everyone is Gordon Ramsey, so I wanted to find foods that are easy to cook for the inexperienced. Of course we encourage anyone getting started on Keto to give cooking a try, it is surpisingly fun and relaxing. We’ve got you covered with a bunch of great recipes too. Check them out here KetoConnet.net – Recipes Keto Diet Shopping List Here’s the keto diet shopping list infographic. Enjoy! Continue reading for a few sample days of eating using this shopping list at the end of this post. Keto Eating: Examples of Daily Meals So you went to the store and gathered up all the ingredients to start your new Keto Lifestyle, now what? Let’s put them together and make some amazing meals! Check out these example days of Keto meals I’ve put together to offer some guidance. These examples are for someone consuming 1700 calories per day. To figu Continue reading >>

Whole30 Meal Plan & Grocery List

Whole30 Meal Plan & Grocery List

Meal Plan Notes: 1 Sweet Potato Hashbrowns – I don’t currently have a written recipe for this, I just take a peeled sweet potato, shred it in my food processor and cook it in a hot skillet with a small amount of coconut oil until they are soft with crispy edges, then season with salt and pepper. 2 Sausage, sauerkraut, and peppers – Just chop up 1 sausage into bite-size pieces and slice a bell pepper. Cook all 3 ingredients in a hot skillet with a small bit of bacon grease until cooked through and hot. 3 CauliRice – I prefer to rice my cauliflower (run it through a blender or food processor until it’s crumbly and small – like rice), toss with a small amount of olive oil (just enough to coat), then roast it at 400°F until lightly browned and fragrant, about 20-25 minutes. Make a large batch ahead of time and then just reheat as needed. 4 Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts – Leave out the dried cranberries, because it can be fairly difficult to find any that are sweetened with just fruit juice. Use a balsamic that is just vinegar, not sweetened with added sugars. 5 Pork Scramble – Take a few pieces of the leftover pork shoulder and chop up then add to some scrambled eggs, and toss in some diced onions and peppers. Whole30 Meal Planning Prep Tips (Week 1): Wash and cut all produce at the beginning of the week: Wash all produce in a water bath with a bit of vinegar and let dry before refrigerating them. Peel/slice/dice all vegetables and store them in food storage containers in the refrigerator. Carrots, peppers, and potatoes should be stored in water to keep them from drying out and browning. Brussels sprouts should be stored in a dry container. This will drastically cut down on meal prep time each evening and will allow you to have fresh veggies on hand if yo Continue reading >>

Your Ketogenic Grocery List

Your Ketogenic Grocery List

So, you’re going keto! Congrats! When done right, a ketogenic diet can be one of the most rewarding ways to lose weight, naturally keeping you feeling more satisfied, reducing cravings and even boosting energy levels. However, sticking to a diet unlike any you’ve tried before can be quite a challenge. The general rule of thumb when following a ketogenic diet is to intake roughly 75% of your daily calories from fats, 20% from proteins and 5% from carbohydrates. This precise balance must be maintained in order to keep your body in a state of ketosis and turn it into a fat-burning machine. This breakdown may make it seem like you’ll be eating butter, burgers and bacon for every meal, but that’s why we’ve developed this handy ketogenic grocery list. Take it with you to the store and it should help keep you on track. Healthy Fats: Fats make up the majority of the foods you’re allowed to eat on a ketogenic diet, but the quality and type of fat matters. Try to avoid hydrogenated fats, such as margarine, to minimize trans-fat intake. Remember, organic and grass-fed sources are always best. Avocado Cocoa butter Macadamia nuts Olive oil Coconut oil Coconut butter Red palm oil Peanut butter Macadamia nut butter Protein: When keto dieting, just like with fat, it’s best to choose protein sources that are organic or grass-fed. You can rely on many seafood and red meat options since they have a bit higher fat content, and free-range eggs are allowed, too. No more throwing away the yolks! Cod Flounder Mackerel Mahi Mahi Snapper Tuna Salmon Clams Oysters Lobster Scallops Crab Mussels Beef Bison Chicken Deer Duck Quail Pork Goat Lamb Turkey Veal Wild boar Wild turkey Fresh Fruits & Vegetables: Most fruits are off limits when you’re on a ketogenic diet because of the insul Continue reading >>

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