“What can I eat on the keto diet ?!”
When you eliminate almost an entire macronutrient – carbohydrates in the case of keto – it becomes a little harder to find the right balance of diet.
People interested in trying keto often wonder:
Can I still eat vegetables? If yes, which? Is fruit totally forbidden? How about some grain? What about foods that are low in carbohydrates, like cheese?
Is Bacon a Protein or a Fat? How many times can i eat it?
Is Butter Healthy? How much can i have ?!
That is why we created this handy keto food list for people who want to try it out.
Warning: you may find that this infographic is a little different from other keto guides you’ve seen.
We’re not going to tell you that some foods are totally banned. It’s just not our style. Instead, we’ve put foods that are normally considered “no-no” on the keto diet into a bucket of less food.
If you think of foods that have a continuum from “eat more” to “eat less”, you can follow the keto diet and still include a range of nutritious foods. (Although on highly restrictive diets like keto, we always recommend working with a doctor, especially if you plan on sticking to the diet over the long term.)
Use our continuums to choose keto foods that are “just a little bit better” whether you are browsing the aisles of the grocery store, cooking a home cooked meal, or ordering from a menu.
You will also learn how to:
Add a mixture of keto-friendly proteins, vegetables, and fats to make nutritious meals
Strategically improve your food choices – based on what you are currently eating – to help you feel better, move around, and look better.
Customize your intake to suit your unique lifestyle, goals, and (of course) taste buds.
As a bonus, we’ve made space available to create your personal keto food list on a continuum. This way, you can put together a delicious menu that suits you – without a headache.
Download this infographic for your tablet or printer and decide step by step which foods match your (or your customers’) keto goals.
Download the tablet or printer version this infographic to discover your personal keto food list (or, if you’re a coach, help your customers do the same).
If you are or want to be a trainer …
Learning how to coach clients, patients, friends, or family members through healthy eating and lifestyle changes – in ways that are tailored to their unique bodies, preferences, and circumstances – is both an art and a science.
If you want to learn more about both of them, consider these Precision Nutrition Level 1 certification. The next group will start shortly.