Tuesday 8 February 2022

Foods to eat A healthy keto diet is built on whole, nutrient-dense foods, such as meat, fish, eggs, and non-starchy vegetables, along with natural fats like butter or olive oil. Use the food lists below to choose foods that keep you at less than 20 grams of net carbs per day (total carbs minus fiber). Meat, poultry and substitutes Fish and seafood Eggs Keto-friendly vegetables Fruit and berries Nuts and seeds Cheese and full-fat dairy Fats and sauces Meat, poultry and substitutes Meats are perfect for keto. You can have beef, pork, lamb, wild game, and poultry of all kinds. Soy products like tofu and tempeh also work. You can also have deli meats like sausages and cold cuts. Choose items with no added sugars, starches, or breading to keep your carbs low. Meats and meat substitutes beef deli meats game lamb organ meats pork poultry sausages tempeh tofu, extra firm Fish and seafood Most fish and shellfish are keto-friendly. Fatty fishes such as salmon, sardines, mackerel, and herring are excellent choices, as are mild white fishes such as cod, halibut, and trout. Choose fish and seafood without added sugars or breading to keep your carbs low. Keto-friendly fish and seafood anchovies crab fish of all types lobster shrimp squid tuna Eggs Eggs are delicious, portable, and vegetarian-friendly. Try them boiled, fried in butter, or in an omelet for a quick, inexpensive meal. Enjoy eggs as often as you’d like because when you avoid carbs, you don’t have to avoid dietary cholesterol. Ways to eat eggs boiled, hard or soft fried i n quiches or frittatas omelets poached scrambled Fruit and berries Most tart fruits, such as berries, lemons, and limes are fine if you keep the serving size small. The same is true for melons because of their high water content. But almost all other fruit contains too much sugar. A small scoop of fresh berries served with real whipped cream and shaved dark chocolate makes a lush, delicious keto dessert. Best keto fruits and berries blackberries coconut lemons limes raspberries strawberries Nuts and seeds Many nuts and seeds are low in carbs. Just watch out for two things. First, don’t eat too many! Start with just a few or up to ¼ cup (about 25 grams) for a snack. And the kind of nut you choose matters. Some nuts, such as cashews, are much higher in carbs than others, such as pecans or macadamia nuts. You can also enjoy pumpkin, sunflower, and other seeds on keto. Best keto nuts and seeds almonds Brazil nuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts peanuts pecans pine nuts walnuts fats-sauces-mobile Fats and sauces Don’t fear fat. It can help you feel fuller longer. Most of your fat should come with protein-rich foods like meat, poultry, fish, and eggs. But you can also cook with olive oil, top your veggies with cheese, and add dressings to salads. Rich sauces — think Bearnaise sauce, garlic butter, and mayo — can also be part of a keto diet, but if you are trying to lose weight, use only enough to make your meals enjoyable. Cheese and full-fat dairy Cheese, butter, and cream can all be part of a keto diet. Greek yogurt in particular, makes for a protein-rich breakfast with few carbs. Avoid flavored low-fat yogurt that is often full of added sugar. Note: Avoid drinking milk as the milk sugar quickly adds up (one glass = 15 grams of carbs). However, you can use it sparingly — a tablespoon or so — in your coffee. Also, regularly snacking on cheese when you’re not hungry is a common mistake that can slow down weight loss. Cheese and full-fat dairy Dr Ken D Berry ............................. GO TO KETO DIET FOODS GO HERE GO HERE ................................. DOCTORS EXPERT KETO DIET PANEL .......................... .....................THESE TWO LINKS WORK ONLY ON A CELLPHONE AT THE MOMENT

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