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Can you have fruit on ketogenic diet: 15 Foods You Can’t Eat on Keto (and What to Choose Instead)


15 Foods You Can’t Eat on Keto (and What to Choose Instead)

If you’re thinking about embarking on a ketogenic diet, you probably already know you’re going to be avoiding sources of processed grains and sugar, like pizza and muffins. After all, it’s an extremely low-carb, high-fat diet, and those are two of the more obvious carbohydrate culprits. But many of the foods you’ll also avoid aren’t necessarily unhealthy. In fact, many “no” foods are packed with health-promoting vitamins, minerals, and fiber but offer a rich source of carbs that doesn’t work on a really low-carb plan — especially one as restrictive as the keto diet.

Many people following keto aim for 20 to 50 grams (g) of net carbohydrates per day. (Net carbs, though not an official nutrition term, can be calculated by taking the total carbohydrates minus fiber and sugar alcohols, per Atkins.com.) The idea is to switch your body into ketosis, a state where it burns fat for fuel rather than carbohydrates (its preferred and easy-to-access source of energy). As such, some of your favorites, including many fruits, whole grains, and some vegetables, now must be drastically limited.

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That said, not everyone should embark on a keto diet. “For some people, the keto diet can be harmful,” says Stephen Herrmann, PhD, senior director of research and innovation for Profile Sanford, a division of Sanford Health, a health system based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. That includes those people with type 2 diabetes who are on insulin and those who have type 1 diabetes and must take insulin, he says. If you have any chronic health condition that you’re hoping to, in part, treat with a keto diet, talk to your doctor first, who can best advise if this is a safe diet for you.

After you’ve gotten the all clear, planning your keto diet can go a long way in your success on it. Because of the low-carb requirements, it often helps to think about what foods are off-limits (or mostly off-limits) — and if this doesn’t seem realistic, you may want to rethink going keto.

Here are 15 foods — some healthy, others not so much — that you should try to avoid on keto and what to choose instead.

Low-Carb Fruits and Berries – the Best and the Worst

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What are the best and the worst fruits and berries to eat on a low-carb diet? Here’s the short version: most berries are OK low-carb foods in moderate amounts, but fruits can be seen as candy from nature (they contain quite a lot of sugar). Just because the sugar comes from a fruit does not mean that it’s good for you.

For more details, check out this guide, with the lower-carb options to the left.


The numbers above are the percentages of digestible carbohydrates i.e. net carbs (fiber is not counted). Think of them as numbers of grams of carbohydrate per 100 g of berry (3½ ounces). See the complete carbs list for berries:

Carbs list

Raspberries: 5 grams of net carbs, 5 grams of fiber, 10 grams of total carbs
Blackberries: 5 grams of net carbs, 6 grams of fiber, 11 grams of total carbs
Strawberries: 6 grams of net carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 8 grams of total carbs
Blueberries: 12 grams of net carbs, 2. 5 grams of fiber, 14.5 grams of total carbs

Raspberries, blackberries and strawberries can be eaten in small amounts on a ketogenic low-carb diet, and you can eat them more freely if you’re on a more moderate low-carb diet.

Blueberries contain twice as many carbs as strawberries, so don’t overdo them – on a keto diet you should eat them only occasionally and in limited amounts.


So how about other fruit? As you can see, fruits contain quite a few carbs (mostly in the form of sugar). That’s why fruits are sweet! Fruit is candy from nature.

For easy comparison all numbers are grams of digestible carbs per 100 grams (3½ ounces) of the fruits.

A medium-sized apple (180 grams) may contain about 21 grams of carbs. See the complete carbs list for fruits:

Carbs list

Lemon: 6 grams of net carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 9 grams of total carbs
Coconut: 6 grams of net carbs, 9 grams of fiber, 15 grams of total carbs
Watermelon: 7 grams of net carbs, 0. 5 gram of fiber, 7.5 grams of total carbs
Cantaloupe: 7 grams of net carbs, 1 gram of fiber, 8 grams of total carbs
Peach: 8 grams of net carbs, 1.5 grams of fiber, 9.5 grams of total carbs
Clementine: 10 grams of net carbs, 1.5 grams of fiber, 11.5 grams of total carbs
Orange: 9 grams of net carbs, 2.5 grams of fiber, 11.5 grams of total carbs
Plum: 10 grams of net carbs, 1.5 grams of fiber, 11.5 grams of total carbs
Cherries: 10 grams of net carbs, 1.5 grams of fiber, 11.5 grams of total carbs
Pineapple: 12 grams of net carbs, 1.5 grams of fiber, 13.5 grams of total carbs
Apple: 12 grams of net carbs, 2.5 grams of fiber, 14.5 grams of total carbs
Pear: 12 grams of net carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 15 grams of total carbs
Kiwi: 12 grams of net carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 15 grams of total carbs
Mango: 13 grams of net carbs, 1. 5 grams of fiber, 14.5 grams of total carbs
Grapes: 16 grams of net carbs, 1 gram of fiber, 17 grams of total carbs
Banana: 20 grams of net carbs, 2.5 grams of fiber, 22.5 grams of total carbs

How much fruit can you have?

This means that on a keto low-carb diet (low-carb vegetables instead.

Even on a more moderate low-carb diet (20-50 grams per day) you’ll have to be careful with fruit – probably no more than about one serving per day.

On a liberal low-carb diet (50-100 grams per day) you may be able to squeeze in two or three fruits a day, if that is your biggest source of carbs.

As you see, grapes and bananas are the highest-carb fruits of them all.

Top 10 low-carb fruits

Let’s say you occasionally want to eat a fruit (or some berries) while still staying relatively low carb. What fruit would be the best choice?

Below, you’ll find the best options, ranked by grams of net carbs. The lowest-carbs options are at the top.

  1. Raspberries – Half a cup (60 grams) contains 3 grams of carbs.
  2. Blackberries – Half a cup (70 grams) contains 4 grams of carbs.
  3. Strawberries – Eight medium-sized (100 grams) contains 6 grams of carbs.
  4. Plum – One medium-sized (65 grams) contains 7 grams of carbs.
  5. Clementine – One medium-sized (75 grams) contains 8 grams of carbs.
  6. Kiwi – One medium-sized (70 grams) contains 8 grams of carbs.
  7. Cherries – Half a cup (75 grams or about 12 cherries) contains 8 grams of carbs.
  8. Blueberries – Half a cup (75 grams) contains 9 grams of carbs.
  9. Cantaloupe (melon) – One cup (160 grams) contains 11 grams of carbs.
  10. Peach – One medium-sized (150 grams) contains 13 grams of carbs.

As a comparison, a large orange contains about 17 grams of carbs, a medium-sized apple about 21 grams and a medium-sized banana about 24 grams of carbs.


Isn’t fruit natural?

Fruit is usually considered a very natural food, something humans have always eaten. However, from an evolutionary perspective there are often massive differences between today’s fruits in the supermarket, and what fruit used to look like before, in nature:

What fruits and vegetables looked like before

Furthermore, for most of human history, fruit was only available for limited time periods during the year, when they were ripe. Our ancestors, just like primates in natural habitats, were only able to eat plenty of fruit when it was available. If any excess sugar helped them gain weight, this could have been helpful to survive through lean times and protect them from starvation.

These days, fruit is always available and many people may find that their bodies have a hard time handling the excess sugar in fruit eaten throughout the year.

Eating Fruit on Keto: Problems and Workarounds

In everyday conversation, it’s perfectly normal to talk about “fruits and vegetables” as if they were basically interchangeable. But on keto, vegetables are encouraged in small amounts while fruit is generally discouraged. What gives?

Fruit is a great example of a food that’s perfectly healthy in the abstract but not right for keto specifically. The problem with fruit for keto purposes is that it’s just too high in carbs. With the exception of root vegetables like potatoes and carrots, most vegetables are low enough in carbs to fit into a ketogenic diet, but it’s a lot harder to squeeze a lot of apples or pears into a ketogenic carb count.

There’s nothing “wrong” with fruit: it’s a perfectly nutritious type of food. But it just has too many carbs to fit into a keto diet – at least, in most ways.

[As a nit-picky side note, the technical exceptions to this rule are avocados and tomatoes: both are botanically fruit, but nutritionally very different from apples and oranges. Avocados have quite a high carb count, but most of the carbs are from fiber. Tomatoes have about 6 grams of carbs (2 of those being fiber) per 1 cup of cherry tomatoes, so nutritionally they’re much more like vegetables than fruit. For the purposes of talking about “fruit,” we’ll consider avocados and tomatoes to be outside the “fruit” category, even though in the strictest of technical botanical terms, they’re “fruits.”]

Fruit: a Carb-Counting Primer

Take a look at the carb counts of a few common types of fruit:

  • Strawberries: 12 grams (3 of which are fiber) per 1 cup
  • Honeydew melon: 15 grams (1 of which is fiber) per 1 cup
  • Cantaloupe: 13 grams (1 of which is fiber) per 1 cup
  • Blackberries: 14 grams (8 of which are fiber) per 1 cup
  • Oranges: 18 grams of carbs (3 of which are fiber) per 1 orange
  • Blueberries: 21 grams (4 of which are fiber) per 1 cup
  • Cherries: 22 grams (3 of which are fiber) per 1 cup
  • Grapes: 27 grams of carbs (1 of which is fiber) per 1 cup of grapes
  • Bananas: 31 grams of carbs (4 of which are fiber) per 1 banana
  • Apples: 31 grams of carbs (5 of which are fiber) per 1 apple
  • Pears: 35 grams of carbs (7 of which are fiber) per 1 pear

On keto, most people are trying to stay below 50 grams of carbs per day. That just doesn’t leave room for a lot of snacking on fruit, unless you’re planning to eat one apple as a snack and nothing but meat and fat for the rest of the day – probably inadvisable from a nutritional perspective.

Nutritional Issues with Skipping Fruit

But isn’t it dangerous to skip fruit? Won’t you miss out on a bunch of nutrition?

Not really. Fruit is plenty nutritious, but there’s not really anything there that you can’t get from lower-carb vegetables. Take a look at some key nutrients, with fruit and vegetable sources compared in terms of nutrition per carb:

Vitamin C

Fruit is famous as a source of vitamin C, but if you’re carb-counting, vegetables are probably a better bet. If you think about carbs as the “price” that you pay for the nutrition that you get from fruit and vegetables, then vegetables give you more bang for your buck – there’s a lot more vitamin C per gram of carbohydrate in vegetables.

FoodMilligrams of vitamin CNet carbs (without fiber)Milligrams of vitamin C per gram of carbohydrate (aka bang for buck)
Apples (1 large)10260. 4
Bananas (1 large)12270.44
Oranges (1 orange)83155.5
Strawberries (1 cup)8999.9
Cauliflower (1 cup)52317.3
Yellow bell peppers (1 pepper)3411034.1
Green bell peppers (1 pepper)132526.4
Frozen broccoli (1 cup cooked)74418.5

The fruits have between 0.4 and 10 milligrams of vitamin C per gram of carbohydrate – and that’s including two fruits that are notably high in vitamin C. Meanwhile, the vegetables have between 17 and 34 milligrams of vitamin C per gram of carbs, which is a better bargain if your carb budget is keto-level strict.


Fruit does have a lot of antioxidants, but you know what else has antioxidants?


In fact, spices are some of the most antioxidant-rich foods around, and they have near-zero carbs. You can absolutely get an antioxidant-rich diet without fruit in it.

The Good News: Ways to Keep Enjoying Fruit on Keto

OK, here’s the good news: there are still ways to enjoy fruit flavors on keto. You just have to be a little strategic about it. Consider…

Fruit-infused oils and vinegars. Lemon-infused olive oil is a salad dressing classic, but most fruits don’t really go with the olive taste. Not a problem: just branch out into coconut or avocado oil – if you get refined coconut oil, it doesn’t really have any taste. For vinegar, balsamic vinegar and white wine vinegar both go really well with fruit – the vinegar itself does have some carbs, but a lot less than a big pile of fruit would have. Using infused oils and vinegars lets you add fruit flavor to an entire salad for a manageably low number of added carbs.

Spice blends and extracts. You can buy orange-pepper or lemon-pepper seasoning to get that tasty citrus tang in your savory dishes, or hit up the baking aisle for raspberry extract, strawberry extract, and other flavors. The extracts are particularly good for DIY homemade coffee flavorings: add a little of your favorite and some coconut oil or milk for a high-fat caffeine boost.

Tea. There’s a fruit tea to everyone’s taste: apple cinnamon, rosehip, blueberry, raspberry, lemon-ginger, peach vanilla, pomegranate…some of them have some weird artificial flavors, but a lot of them are perfectly Paleo- and keto-friendly.

It’s not really the same as digging into a big pile of fresh blueberries or an apple picked right off the tree, but it can be fun to experiment with different ways of adding fruit flavor to your meals without all the sugar/carbs.

Fruit and Keto: Not a Great Match

Fruit isn’t a “bad” food from a Paleo perspective, but it’s not a great choice for keto – most fruits just have too many carbs to play nicely with a keto diet. There’s nothing in fruit that you can’t get from vegetables, spices, and other nutrient-dense plant foods, and you won’t be setting yourself up for any nutrient deficiencies by skipping fruit as part of a keto diet.

Fruits on the Keto Diet

  • Fruits can be high in carbs.
  • You can eat up to 50 grams of carbs and be in ketosis.
  • We talked to experts about which fruits are the best to eat on keto.

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Maintaining ketosis is the most important part of the ketogenic diet, as indulgence in high-carb and sugary foods can throw any fat-burning action you’ve achieved out the window. That means consuming fruit on the keto diet can be a bit tricky, as registered dietitian Vanessa Rissetto, RD, explained that fruit tends to be higher in sugar, which can indeed impede ketosis.

However, Rissetto told INSIDER that no two people observing this diet are the same, and some individuals can manage to eat up to 50 grams of carbs and still be in a state of ketosis. If you definitely happen to be one of these lucky individuals, she recommends selecting low-sugar berries (think raspberries) an eating them sparingly.

But, if you aren’t exactly a berry person, we spoke to other nutritional experts about some other fruit choices you can consume on this diet plan. From avocados to olives to prunes, here are some of the fruits you can definitely eat on the keto diet.

It’s important to keep your carb consumption under control

“In order to reach and maintain ketosis, carbohydrates need to be kept under a certain amount, typically under 5% of total calories or 50 grams per day, though some people may need to restrict carbs even more in order to reach ketosis,” said registered dietitian Jillian Kubala, MS, RD.

With that being said, she explained that the question isn’t really what types of fruits fit best with the keto diet, it’s simply how much fruit and other carbohydrate sources you can consume while staying in ketosis, and hitting your set macronutrient range when following a keto diet. This typically includes 75% fat, 20% protein, and only 5% carbohydrate, though there are different variations, she added.

Choose fruits that are high in fiber and are low-glycemic

“When choosing fruits on the keto diet, you should opt for nutrient-dense, high-fiber options that are low on the glycemic index,” Kubala told INSIDER. This simply means that these fruit choices have a smaller impact on blood sugar than other fruits and include choices such as berries, grapefruit, cherries, and apples, she explained.

Munch on some tomatoes

Tomatoes only have a few carbs per serving.

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“Tomatoes provide juiciness and umami flavor, with only a few carbs,” said Leslie Bonci, sports dietitian for the Kansas City Chiefs, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN. Feel free to make keto-friendly meals using this ingredient, she suggested, which include a salsa with tomato, onion, green pepper, and spices with veggies as a snack, or as a topping for a frittata, steak, chicken, and fish such as swordfish and halibut.

Don’t shy away from olives

Bonci suggested that olives are another keto-friendly fruit choice, as they add a briny and salty taste to foods, and are simply delicious when added to eggs, chicken, and fish.

Add prunes to your shopping list

“Prunes are naturally high in sorbitol so they can have a laxative effect, and help ease some of the digestive difficulties seen in those following a keto diet,” Bonci explained. Plus they are quite sweet so can be a nice substitute for those finding it hard to give up sweets altogether, she added.

Add some pumpkin to your diet

Pumpkins aren’t only for carving.

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“Pumpkin is very versatile – so you can enjoy it in multiple variants,” suggested Vania Nikolova Ph.D., and head of health research at RunRepeat.com. It is also a good source of vitamin A and also soluble and insoluble fiber, she explained.

Eat some blueberries

“Berries are delicious and available year-round — fresh or frozen,” Nikolova told INSIDER. They are a fantastic source of antioxidants, vitamin C, and fiber, she explained, and go great in smoothies and salads.

Pack some strawberries in your work bag

But if you aren’t a fan of blueberries, Nikolova suggested eating strawberries, as she said they have basically the same benefits as blueberries. Strawberries are also sweeter than blueberries, so if you have a craving for sweetness, strawberries are a smart choice.

Get creative with avocado

It is low in carbs but has monounsaturated fat.

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“Avocado is a fantastic source of monounsaturated fat and is especially great for the keto diet,” Nikolova said. It’s not sweet, so it won’t help you with your sweet tooth, she explained, but it’s a great source of fiber, which makes your salads filling and delicious.

Nosh on some honeydew melon

Nikolova said that not only is honeydew delicious and sweet, but it also has large fiber and water content, so it’s quite filling. In addition, she added this fruit provides a great source of vitamin C and potassium.

Low Carb Fruits and Vegetables For A Keto Diet

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Getting started on a low carb diet and unsure as to what fruits and vegetables are safe to eat? No need to worry as I’ve put together a list of the Best Low Carb Fruits and Vegetables for a Keto Diet!

When you’re new to a keto or low carb diet, some of the foods you have to avoid or limit are obvious, and others are a bit more tricky.

You know to avoid most starchy food like bread, pasta, beans and potatoes, but one thing most new low-carbers and those trying to live a lifestyle don’t often consider is the carb content of other foods such as fruits and vegetables. They’re safe, right?

Well, not quite. That’s why I’ve put together this super convenient guide of the Best Low Carb Fruits and Vegetables for a Keto Diet!

And to make things even more convenient, I’ve put together a fantastic printable list of all of the Best Low Carb Fruits, Vegetables and Nuts for quick reference. It’s perfect for sticking on the fridge or carrying with you to the grocery store when shopping for groceries for the week.

Learn which fruits and veggies to include in your keto main meals, appetizers, desserts and snacks to stay on track with your new lifestyle.

How Many Carbs Can You Have On Keto?

Most keto guidelines recommend that you stay between 15 and 30g of net carbs a day, about 5-10% of your daily calorie intake.

New to Keto?

Read this post on What to Eat On Keto To Get Started if you’re brand new to Keto and need to know the basics. It will help you understand Keto and the basics of the diet.

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Low Carb Fruits

It’s a common misconception that the sugar from fruits are good for you just because they come from fruits. Sadly, in the world of low carb and keto, sugar = carbs no matter what the source may be. But don’t fret, fruit isn’t completely off the menu.

What Fruits Can You Eat On A Low Carb Diet?

When it comes to choosing low carb fruits, berries are your safest bet. Now, just because they’re lower in carbs doesn’t mean you can eat all you want without reserve. They have to be eaten in moderation in order for you not to kick yourself out of ketosis.

There are still quite a few other fruits you can enjoy on a low carb diet that aren’t berries. Plums, coconut, and star fruit are some safe, lower carb options that you can enjoy as a snack when trying to keep things low carb.

What Fruits Can I Eat On The Keto Diet?

The fruits you can eat on a keto diet are going to be the same as a low carb diet. You’ll just want to make sure that you’re not exceeding your daily allowance for carb consumption and that you’re getting enough fat in your diet in order to get into ketosis.

Are Bananas Keto Friendly? Are Oranges Keto Friendly?

Here’s another common question: Are apples low carb? You get where I’m going with this, right?

Though you can technically eat most anything on a keto diet as long as you eat it in moderation, the high carb content of bananas and oranges (23.9 and 11.9 net carbs per fruit respectively) keeps them from making the list of the best low carb fruits.

There are many other better fruit options out there, and if you’re going to have fruit on your diet, you might as well have a fruit that you can eat more of in a single sitting.

I’ve included some fruits on the list that aren’t typically considered fruits by most people. Though avocados, tomatoes, and olives may not look like fruits, they are actually classified as fruits.

And since this is a list of the best low carb fruits, and these fruits happen to have some of the lowest carb content of all the fruit options out there, I decided to include them.

Best Low Carb Fruits

  1. Avocados (1 cup, sliced) – 2 grams net carbs / 10 grams dietary fiber / 12 grams total carbs
  2. Blackberries (1 cup) – 6 grams net carbs / 8 grams dietary fiber / 14 grams total carbs
  3. Tomatoes (1 cup, chopped) – 4.9 grams net carbs / 2.2 grams dietary fiber / 7.1 grams total carbs
  4. Star Fruit (1 medium fruit 3 ” long) – 3.5 grams net carbs / 2.5 grams dietary fiber / 6 grams total carbs
  5. Raspberries (1 cup) – 7 grams net carbs / 8 grams dietary fiber / 15 grams total carbs
  6. Strawberries (1 cup, halves) – 9 grams net carbs / 3 grams dietary fiber / 12 grams total carbs
  7. Coconut (1 cup) – 1.7 grams total carbs / 2.3 grams dietary fiber / 4 grams total carbs
  8. Plum (1 fruit 2” diameter) – 6.6 grams net carbs / 0.9 gram dietary fiber / 7.5 grams total carbs
  9. Blueberries (½ cup) – 8.7 grams net carbs / 1.8 grams dietary fiber / 10.5 grams total carbs
  10. Olives (10 average sized green olives) – .2 grams net carbs / 1.1 grams dietary fiber / 1.3 grams total carbs

You can also check out the complete list of the best low carb fruits (along with their carb content per serving) in this ultra convenient printable list HERE.

Be sure out to try my keto freindly watermelon popsicles and apple pie filling.

Low Carb Vegetables

Vegetables are definitely going to be one of your go-to foods for a low carb diet. They can be used as a side, an appetizer, a snack, or they can even be transformed into something completely different like this delicious Cauliflower Breadsticks recipe!

Your lowest carb vegetable options are going to be your leafy green vegetables such as lettuce, spinach and bok choy. Leafy green vegetables can be used to make a wrap in place of bread in a sandwich, or they can be used as a great alternative to otherwise carb rich ingredients. I used Bok Choy in place of noodles in the delicious Low Carb Szechuan Pork Soup and it turned out amazing!

Best Low Carb Vegetables

  1. Asparagus (½ cup, or approximately 6 whole spears) – 1.1 gram net carbs / 1.4 grams dietary fiber / 2.5 grams total carbs)
  2. Mushrooms (1 cup raw, white mushrooms) – 1.6 grams net carbs / 0.7 grams dietary fiber / 2.3 grams total carbs
  3. Zucchini (1 cup raw, sliced) – 2.4 grams net carbs / 1.1 grams dietary fiber / 3.5 total carbs
  4. Spinach (1 cup raw or ½ cup steamed) – .4 grams net carbs / 0.7 grams dietary fiber / 1.1 total carbs
  5. Bok Choy (1 cup raw, shredded) – 0.8 grams net carbs / 0.7 grams dietary fiber / 1.5 grams total carbs
  6. Cauliflower (1 cup raw) – 2.9 grams net carbs / 2.1 carbs dietary fiber / 5 grams total carbs
  7. Lettuce (Iceberg, 2 cup, shredded) – 1.2 grams net carbs / 0.9 grams dietary fiber / 2.1 grams total carbs
  8. Celery (1 stalk, medium (7-1/2″ – 8″ long)) – .6 grams net carbs / .6 grams dietary fiber / 1.2 grams total carbs
  9. Yellow Squash (1 cup, sliced) – 2.6 grams net carbs / 1.2 grams dietary fiber / 3.8 grams total carbs
  10. Cucumbers (1 cup chopped cucumber) – 3.1 grams net carbs / 0.5 grams dietary fiber / 3.6 grams total carbs

You can see the full list of the Best Low Carb Vegetables (and their carb content per serving) in this ultra convenient printable list right HERE.


Are They A Safe Bet?

Strawberries On Keto Diet

Millions of people all over the world are concerned about their weight. Some of them are racking their brain trying to find a magic weight loss bullet, others are busting a sweat in the gym and banging out reps after reps to trim off the unwanted inches, and there’s a whole other camp of people who are being both nit-picky about their diet ad highly productive exercise-wise in order to boost their overall well-being. That is why today, there are a bazillion various diets that claim they can help to achieve your weight loss goals. There are nutrition plans for all tastes: highly restrictive, well-balanced, promising fast results and more. For this reason, it is rather hard to understand how to create a daily meal plan that would meet all the requirements of the dietary pattern you have decided to choose. Today we will talk about strawberries on keto diet.

The keto diet is catapulting in popularity among health-conscious people. But for many newbies it is hard to figure out what foods can be included in their meal plan, and what foods should be avoided. It is especially complicated now, when summertime is in full swing, and you’re bombarded with all the rainbow-colored fruits and veggies that are now in season. This article will shed light on one of the most common questions among the keto dieters – are strawberries recommended on keto diet? What other fruits can you eat? Read on to find out.

The Keto Diet: Short Description

The keto diet is one of the trendiest  nutrition plans in the world of weight loss at the moment. The amount of followers is constantly growing thanks to the positive results people are getting . It is not overly restrictive and can provide the dieters with all the necessary nutrients.

The keto diet is a low-carb meal plan, and the premise is that you get most of your calories from healthy fats and protein, and limit your carb intake to the strict minimum. While following this diet, it is recommended to  consume only 20-50 grams of carbohydrates per day. By eating this amount of carbs, you will push your body into a metabolic state called ketosis.

Read More: 30 Day Keto Challenge: Will Upping Your Fat Intake Help You Lose Weight?


About The State Of Ketosis

When your body is in this state, your main source of energy shifts from glucose (blood sugar) to  fat. It occurs because of the limited amounts of glucose in your body, which is used as an energy source when you stick to a normal diet. The dieters can reach such an effect only by following low-carb nutrition plans, such as the keto diet. They achieve it by avoiding starchy and sugary foods, sweet sodas, grains, bread, pasta, and other carbs. It usually takes 3-4 days for your body to get into this state. While sticking to the keto diet, you should get only 5% of your daily calorie intake from carbs, 20% – from protein, and the vast majority, i.e. 75% – from healthy fats (6, 7, 9).

Your daily meal plan should include meat and poultry, seafood, high-fat dairy, oils, nuts, seeds, berries, and low-carb/non-starchy veggies. It is better to choose vegetables that grow above the ground. Cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli and zucchini are the best options for your keto meal plan. You can drink water, unsweetened tea, coffee, and bone broth. This dietary pattern has a number of benefits. For instance, it helps to lose weight and reduces hunger. It may also lower your risk of cancer and heart disease, may help to reduce acne, bring down your blood sugar levels and more (9).

So, the ketogenic diet is quite effective and provides your body with numerous  nutrients. However, it is important to understand that when it comes to lifestyle and nutrition changes, everything is quite individual. You cannot know how this meal plan can affect your body, and that’s why it is critical to consult a nutritionist before starting your keto diet.


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Can I Eat Strawberries On Keto Diet?

The keto diet isn’t too restrictive, but you still have to say limit  certain staple fruits and veggies. For instance, bananas are packed with health benefits. They are a rich source of vitamin B6 andC, manganese, potassium, and other nutrients that are essential for your body. However, it is better to avoid this fruit, if you have decided to stick to the keto diet. One small banana contains approximately 22  grams of net carbs, which will have a significant impact on your daily carb allowance. And what about strawberries on keto diet? Can you include them to your meal plan?

Strawberries are not only a delicious dessert. They are packed with antioxidants that are essential for your overall health (1). These berries can lower your risk of heart diseases, diabetes and even cancer. Due to potassium content, strawberries can help to support your heart health. They also contain high amounts of water, that helps your body stay hydrated and avoid constipation. This berry is perfect for people with diabetes, as its high fiber content helps to keep you blood sugar levels on an even keel. Fiber has a positive effect on your digestive system as well. Besides, strawberries are a rich source of vitamin C and folic acid, which are essential  for your body (3). But can this berry be a part of your keto meal plan?

The answer is yes. You can safely add strawberries to your keto diet. There are 9 net carbs per one cup of whole strawberries.. One medium strawberry has approximately 0.6 grams of net carbs (0.9 total). So, scatter some strawberries over your salad or eat them as a healthy and nutritious snack without throwing yourself out of ketosis.



What Other Fruits Can I Eat On A Keto Diet?

Despite the fact that there are many fruits and veggies that should be limited  on a keto diet, you are given the green light to eat these ones: 

  • Blackberries, Raspberries, And Blueberries

As you can see, strawberries are a perfect option for the keto diet. The same goes for blackberries, raspberries and blueberries.

For instance, blackberries are a delicious addition to your desserts which carries tons of benefits. They are packed with manganese, vitamins C and K, which boost your brain function, support your skin health, and have anti-inflammatory properties. Due to high content of anthocyanin and ellagic acid, frequent consumption of blueberries can help to suppress the mutation of body cells and slow down the development of cancer.

Raspberries are loaded with antioxidants called flavonoids. They help to lower your blood pressure and support the health of your arteries, significantly cutting the risk of heart disease.

These berries have a lower carbohydrate content  than other fruits. That’s why you can add them to your daily meal plan.

Blueberries are high in antioxidants and vitamin C as well. These properties promote skin health and your general well-being. However, blueberries have a higher carb content. They can be included to your menu, but you have to keep track of how many of them you pop in your mouth in order not to go overboard and kick yourself out of ketosis.

One cup of blackberries or raspberries has 6.5-7 grams of net carbs, while  one cup of blueberries – 18  grams of net carbs.


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This creamy fruit has been dominating social media for quite some time now. Avocados have a high content of monounsaturated fatty acids, and are also extremely nutrient-dense. They are packed with vitamins C, I and  K, magnesium, potassium, folate and a number of other vital nutrients. They contain beta-sitosterol that helps to lower  cholesterol levels. Vitamin K is essential for your bone health, and folate protects your body from certain types of cancer. It also helps to lower your risk of depression. High fiber content supports proper functioning of your digestive system and prevents constipation. Avocados also have antimicrobial properties (10). They are keto-friendly, as their carb content is approximately 3 grams of net carbs for one whole fruit (136g).

Watermelon is probably the most popular fruit in summer, as it is refreshing and hydrating. It is also a great source of lycopene, which is an antioxidant that decreases the damage of your body cells and fights illnesses (8). Vitamins A and C, copper and potassium, that can be found in watermelons, promote proper functioning of your body. This fruit has approximately 11.5 grams of net carbs per one cup.


Lemon is another fruit that sits on the list of keto-friendly foods. One lemon wedge has only 0.5 grams of net carbs (approximately 5.5 grams per fruit). This fruit is packed with pectin. This is a sort of fiber that has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to normalize your blood sugar levels (2). Vitamins B6 and C, and potassium that can be found in lemons are also critical for your body. So, you can safely add lemon to your daily food intake. Lemon will be not only keto-friendly, but will also provide you with a number of health benefits.

Peaches can be a delicious addition to any dessert or a nice healthy snack. They contain vitamin C, potassium, iron and fiber. This fruit is not that nutrient-dense, but still offers a number of health benefits. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help to lower your risk of cancer development. It can also improve the health and appearance of your skin. This results from the fact that  vitamin C takes part in forming collagen, which is essential for your skin health. Peaches also have an increased fiber content which promotes a number of benefits for your health. Fiber helps to decrease your risks of cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and more. Peaches are keto-friendly – they have only 12.5 grams of net carbs per one cup.


In conclusion, as you can see, strawberries can be a part of your meal plan. You can safely add them to your dishes or eat them as a snack. They will provide your body with all the necessary nutrients needed to support your health.

However, remember that too much of anything could have the opposite effect  – be moderate in your diet. It is also essential to follow other rules of a healthy lifestyle, including necessary amounts of high-quality sleep and hydration (4). These aspects are vital for your wellbeing. Remember, that a healthy diet is a well-balanced diet. It should provide your body with all the necessary vitamins, minerals and nutrients (5). Don’t forget about regular physical activity, as it is 50%of your success. Make it a rule to consult a doctor or dietitian  before making any adjustments in your lifestyle.

Apart from following a proper diet, physical exercise is also essential for your body and health. Take up a challenge and try this 20-min Full Body Workout At Home to get a snatched body.


This article is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional advice or help and should not be relied on to make decisions of any kind. Any action you take upon the information presented in this article is strictly at your own risk and responsibility!


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  2. Biological Activity and Pharmacological Application of Pectic Polysaccharides: A Review (2018, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) 
  3. Everything you need to know about strawberries (2019, medicalnewstoday.com)
  4. Hydration: Why It’s So Important (2020, familydoctor.org)
  5. Importance of a Well-Balanced Diet (n.d., livestrong.com)
  6. Is a keto diet the best way to lose weight? (n.d, bbc.co.uk)
  7. Pros and Cons of the Ketogenic Diet (n.d., nm.org)
  8. Watermelon lycopene and allied health claims (2014, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)  
  9. What’s a Ketogenic Diet? (2019, webmd.com)
  10. Why is avocado good for you? (2017, medicalnewstoday.com)

Are Cherries Keto? Eating Fruit on the Keto Diet

Learning the nuances of any new diet is confusing, particularly if you’re following a plan with complicated rules or a lot of restrictions. The popular Ketogenic diet can be tricky for beginners who are trying out the high-fat, low-carb lifestyle.

As a refresher, keto dieters get roughly 70 percent of their daily calories from fat in order to force their bodies into ketosis, or fat burning mode. This means only 20 percent of your daily calories can come from protein while 10 percent is allotted to carbs. Most dietitians recommend eating only 20-30 grams of carbohydrates, which makes eating many healthy foods, like fruit, difficult. For example, one medium apple has 22 grams of carbohydrates. But can you eat other fruits, like cherries?

Are cherries keto?

Generally, most fruits are high in carbohydrates because of their natural sugars. This makes it difficult to eat fruit and maintain ketosis. That said, cherries may be keto-friendly if eaten in moderation. According to the USDA, a single cup of cherries contains 22 grams of carbohydrates. Does this mean you have to deprive yourself of the antioxidant-rich fruit? Not, exactly. Eat a smaller serving if you really want to satisfy the craving. A half-cup of cherries makes it possible to enjoy the fruit and stay in ketosis, but you’ll have to severely limit carbs from all other foods. Your best bet is to keep the amount to roughly one-fourth of a cup.

And cherries are a rich source of antioxidants, so you probably don’t want to eliminate the fruit from your diet–if you enjoy eating them. Studies show they may help reduce inflammation, exercise-induced muscle soreness and lowered blood pressure.

Melissa Matthews
Health Writer
Melissa Matthews is the Health Writer at Men’s Health, covering the latest in food, nutrition, and health.

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Losing weight without stress and constant feeling of hunger? To get rid of extra pounds, not at the expense of health, but on the contrary, improving it? This is not possible with every diet.One of the effective nutritional programs that can help you lose weight and is aimed at improving your health is the keto diet for weight loss.

What is the keto diet for weight loss?

The keto diet was invented at the beginning of the 20th century. It was developed in one of the American hospitals for epileptic children. The keto diet was able to reduce their seizures. Later, the ketogenic principle of nutrition was used to treat obesity.

The keto diet is a low-carb diet.With a keto diet for weight loss, dietary restrictions are imposed on carbohydrates. High blood sugar is the result of overuse of carbohydrates. When we reduce their number in the menu to the maximum, we get a decrease in glucose and insulin. Having lost the source of energy, the body begins to look for an alternative and uses fats as fuel. In the process of their splitting in large quantities, ketone bodies begin to form, which are usually very few in the blood. It is they who become the “fuel” for our body.This condition is called ketosis.

Ketosis speeds up metabolism, which means it allows you to burn excess calories faster, and, accordingly, to lose weight faster. Ketosis can be achieved by fasting for several days, but this is stressful for the body. The keto diet is a more gentle way to quickly boost your metabolism and lose weight. It is recommended to observe it from a couple of months to six months – all individually.

How is the keto diet for weight loss different from other low-carb diets?

Unlike other low-carb diets, keto diets focus on fat rather than protein.The fact is that with a large amount of protein food, it is difficult to achieve a state of ketosis, since protein can be processed by the body into glucose. On a keto diet, you don’t have to starve; the diet consists of hearty foods.

Calorie counting on a keto diet is as follows:

  • carbohydrates make up 5-10% of the diet – no more;
  • proteins – 15-30%;
  • fats – 60-75%.

At the same time, the recommended daily allowance will be on average 1600 calories.If we translate the above percentages into grams, then we need only 20 grams of carbohydrates per day, no more than 100 grams of protein and 125 grams of fat. On a keto diet for weight loss, it is important to monitor your calorie ratio in order to achieve a state of ketosis. If everything is done correctly, then it will come after a few days of adherence to the diet. When drawing up the menu, it is worth considering the high calorie content of fatty foods. Excess calories will not allow you to lose weight, but, on the contrary, will increase it.

Other keto diet options

The percentages shown above are the standard keto diet.There are others.

Modified – fats occupy 40% of the diet, proteins and carbohydrates – 30% each.

Cyclic – common among athletes who are on the “drying”. Such a diet is designed for a certain period of time. It is based on the principle of alternation. Monday through Thursday for keto meals, followed by carbohydrates and high-calorie foods for three days, and one day for switching to keto.

Target – carbohydrates are available on workout days, fats are reduced accordingly.The rest of the time is the opposite.

Vegetarian – the content of carbohydrates in the daily diet with such a ketogenic diet will be slightly higher – up to 15%.

The effectiveness of the keto diet will help to increase nutritional keto supplements and leucine is an amino acid that, unlike other amino acids, does not transform into glucose, but helps to produce ketone bodies.

What can you eat in the keto diet?

You can eat any meat. In this case, it is recommended to give preference not to a lean product, but to fatty varieties – pork and beef.From a bird to a duck. We also safely add lard and dishes from the liver and other offal to the menu.

Fatty fish and seafood. Pay attention to the varieties rich in Omega-3: mackerel, tuna, trout, salmon. It will be useful to add cod liver to the diet.

Eggs and dairy. Dairy products on the keto diet should be selected with a high fat content. Heavy cream, fat sour cream, butter, cheese – all this should be present on the menu.

Non-starchy vegetables.They are low in carbohydrates and a lot of fiber useful for digestion. We give preference to cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers. We eat zucchini and bell peppers, onions, radishes, turnips, celery. Get plenty of greens – spinach, arugula, lettuce.

Berries and fruits. The notion that you shouldn’t eat them on a keto diet because they are high in carbohydrates is wrong. You can, but in moderation and not all. Choose those with fewer carbohydrates and more fiber – it will not affect blood sugar levels, and, accordingly, insulin levels.Among those allowed on the keto diet: raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, melon, nectarine, plum, lemon, avocado. Fatty foods will help reduce the glycemic index of fruits and berries. For example, you can add a handful of raspberries to the whipped cream. Or season the berries with thick, unsweetened yogurt.

Nuts. They are high in fat, which is what you need on a ketogenic diet.

Beverages. Of course, the drinks are only unsweetened – water, coffee, tea. You need to drink as much water as possible – about 2.5 liters per day.

What should be excluded from the menu?

  • low-fat dairy products;
  • cereals;
  • fruit juices – they have too much glucose;
  • dried fruits;
  • sweets and flour – sugar can be replaced with safe sweeteners;
  • honey and syrups;
  • ketchup;
  • starchy vegetables – potatoes, sweet potatoes;
  • fruits with a high glycemic index – apples, bananas, mangoes, grapes;
  • sugary drinks and alcohol;
  • fast food and convenience foods.

Pros of the keto diet:

The keto diet has both pros and cons. Among the advantages:

  • helps to lose weight quickly – in a couple of weeks you can lose up to 5 kg;
  • the achieved result is more stable than on other diets;
  • Appetite decreases due to the consumption of hearty foods;
  • blood sugar levels are normalized;
  • The keto diet is the prevention of diabetes mellitus;
  • Despite the abundance of fatty foods, with a keto diet, cholesterol returns to normal, which reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.

Cons and contraindications

The ketone diet has a number of contraindications. First, when switching to a ketogenic nutrition system, the load on the entire body increases. If you have liver or kidney problems, then the keto diet with its fatty and protein-rich foods can make things worse. Also, at first, performance may decrease. The keto diet is strongly discouraged for pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding. Taking a number of medications can also be a barrier.As well as the presence of chronic diseases. Therefore, before starting a keto diet, you need to consult your doctor.

Among the minuses is the so-called keto flu. This is a side effect that can appear in the first week of switching to a new diet. With a sharp decrease in blood glucose, a feeling of fatigue, dizziness, and nausea may appear. First of all, this applies to those who did not limit themselves in carbohydrates before the keto diet. In this case, it is recommended not to start with an abrupt transition to a ketogenic nutrition program, but to gradually reduce carbohydrates in the diet.It is also worth taking vitamins of group B.

There are a few more disadvantages to the keto diet. Among them is the unpleasant acetone odor from the body and from the mouth. When switching to keto, the body begins to actively produce acetoacetic acid. To get rid of this odor, it is advised to consume more water. In addition, constipation can occur when switching to a keto diet. This is due to a decrease in fiber due to the restriction in the diet of certain vegetables and fruits. Once the body adapts to a new diet and a new metabolism, the symptoms disappear.

Keto diet making the menu

A keto meal plan needs to be prepared in advance so you don’t have to worry about what to cook. Plus, the standard keto diet doesn’t allow for disruptions and cheat meals. An abundance of carbohydrates can disrupt ketosis and have to start all over again. To make it easier to switch to a new diet, we have compiled for you an approximate menu for seven days.


  • For breakfast we cook scrambled eggs with ham, toast with butter
  • For lunch: baked mackerel and broccoli
  • Dinner: pork chops, garnished with green beans or stewed carrots with bulgarian


  • Breakfast omelette – regular or with mushrooms
  • Lunch: rich fish soup, salad of tomatoes and cucumbers
  • Dinner turkey baked in the oven and grilled vegetables

9 Wednesday

  • Breakfast: cottage cheese with fruit
  • Lunch: chicken broth, hard-boiled egg
  • For dinner: cabbage rolls


  • In the morning we eat cottage cheese pancakes with sour cream
  • For lunch: beef steak, brown rice with cauliflower 900 79
  • For dinner: baked red fish, vegetables


  • Breakfast: bell peppers stuffed with cheese and eggs
  • Lunch: fried chicken, vegetable salad
  • Dinner: casserole with minced meat and spinach


  • Breakfast boiled eggs and a slice of cheese
  • Lunch: salad of tuna and vegetables, seasoned with olive oil
  • Dinner: pork with tomatoes under a cheese crust, baked in the oven, greens


  • Breakfast: salad with avocado
  • Lunch: beef stew with vegetables
  • Dinner: fish cakes, tomato and cucumber salad

As a snack, you can use nuts, unsweetened yogurt with berries, avocado with a slice of cheese, kefir or fermented baked milk, jerky.

Recipes for the keto diet

Baked fish

You will need: mackerel, tomato, onion, carrot, half a lemon, a little ginger, Provencal herbs, salt.

We clean the fish, salt it, rub it with herbs, pour it with lemon juice outside and inside. We cut the vegetables, mix, stuff the mackerel with some vegetables. Put the rest of the vegetables in a mold, put the fish on a vegetable pillow. We bake in the oven at 200 degrees for about 40 minutes.While cooking, you can add turmeric and ginger to the fish.

Casserole with minced meat and spinach

You will need: fatty minced meat, spinach, onion, clove of garlic, mozzarella, cream, water, spices and salt.

Chop the onion and garlic finely and lightly fry. Put spinach in a mold, pour fried onion with garlic on it, salted minced meat on top. Sprinkle with spices – you can take rosemary, oregano and cumin, or a ready-made mixture of herbs.Add 50 ml of water and the same amount of cream. We bake in the oven at 180 degrees for about half an hour. Sprinkle with grated cheese and keep in the oven for a little more.

Avocado salad

You will need: avocados, 2 boiled eggs, salted peanuts, fatty sour cream or homemade mayonnaise, a teaspoon of lemon juice, pepper, salt.

Cut the avocado and eggs into cubes. Mix, add a handful of lightly crushed peanuts, lemon juice, salt, pepper, season.

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Fruits and Berries on the Keto Diet: What Can You Do?
Most fruits and berries are high in carbohydrates. That is why they taste so sweet. You can even say that fruits and berries are a sweet gift from nature.
Generally, the sweeter or larger the fruit, the more sugar it contains.If you are on a keto diet, then, unlike many berries, which are low in sugar, it is best to try to eat fewer fruits.
Below you will find a list of fruits with a high sugar content. On the left is a list of fruits that can be eaten on a keto diet.
Each number represents the percentage of carbohydrates contained in 100 g of each berry. For example, 100 grams of blueberries (about 3 handfuls) contains 12 grams of carbohydrates.
On a keto diet, you can consume some raspberries, blackberries and strawberries.You should be careful with blueberries, as the carbohydrates contained in them are very quickly absorbed by the body. Eat small portions of blueberries and not very often. Or eliminate blueberries from your diet altogether.
Most fruits contain quite a lot of carbohydrates, which does not go into the hands of those who are on a keto diet and plan to stick to it in the future. In the image below, each number represents the percentage of net carbs in 100 grams of each fruit.One medium-sized orange contains about 9 grams of carbohydrates.
If you eat a large apple (about 25 grams of carbs) or a medium-sized banana (24 grams of carbs), you will exceed your daily keto carbohydrate limit. A strict keto diet requires you not to consume more than 20 grams of carbs / day.
On the keto diet, small amounts of berries are allowed from time to time, which will not affect ketosis in any way. A few cherries and a little plum won’t hurt your figure.However, if you are in doubt about how much fruit you can eat to stay in ketosis, measure the amount of ketones in your body and find out how your body reacts to fruit.
But doesn’t our body need vitamins that are found in fruits? Not necessary. The same vitamins are also found in vegetables. Moreover, some vegetables (bell peppers, cabbage) contain more vitamin C than any citrus fruits, and the sugar and carbohydrate content of vegetables is much lower.
On a keto diet, it is sometimes allowed to eat small amounts of fruit.Add a spoonful of unsweetened whipped cream to these and don’t worry about your body breaking out of ketosis. That will not happen.
Here is a list of some fruits and the amount of carbohydrates they contain:
Either way, fruits are a great substitute for any candy bar, muffin or candy.
Even though many other fruits are high in carbohydrates, you can sometimes afford to eat a few. Just pretend it’s candy. You will immediately understand how much you can eat.Below you will find a list of some of the fruits and their descriptions:
Many people ask the question, “Isn’t eating fruit natural from an evolutionary point of view?” To find the answer to this question, one should take into account the fact that the fruits grown today are very different from those that people ate in the past. Nowadays, many fruits are grown artificially, which is why they contain a lot of sugar, and, accordingly, more carbohydrates.
In addition, in the past, fruit was only available to people in season.Just like other mammals, such as, for example, bears, ancient people ate fruits, creating an excess of carbohydrates in order to use the already accumulated supply in lean (cold) times. In the modern world, people find it harder to cope with the accumulated amount of carbohydrates due to the fact that fruits are available to us 365 days a year.
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Very strange. Where, then, to get glucose / fructose, which is vital for the functioning of the brain?
Our body is capable of producing glucose itself, it needs it in very small quantities
The brain does not feed on fructose. The meaning of the Keto diet is the transition from carbohydrate (glucose) brain nutrition to ketone (fat). And watch the movie Sugar (D. Gamo).
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From my experience I can also share (for those who decided to choose a keto diet as an effective way to lose weight in a short time): Do not mix the keto diet with a fast.Once I decided to experiment on myself, I was on a hunger strike after establishing ketosis. On the fourth day of the hunger strike, hematomas appeared in the area of ​​the bend of the elbow joint. I think anyone who has plunged into the topic deeply will understand what is the matter. For those who are just thinking of putting on such an experience, I will give a hint – acetone. I also want to warn those who believe that the keto diet is indistinguishable from other diets and neglect the rules and can sometimes afford it right away (for example, once a month) … More »
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Recent research by one from American universities, showed that the keto diet, the most famous type of which is the Atkins diet, helps to lose extra pounds faster than playing sports. Since many people dream of losing weight without intense physical activity, we decided to find out what the keto diet is and how effective it is.

Bright Side invites you to familiarize yourself with the principles of the ketogenic diet and see if it is right for you. Also, remember to consult your doctor before starting any diet.

The essence of the diet

Usually, our body receives energy from carbohydrates, converting them into glucose. However, in the case of a shortage of carbohydrates, he begins to consume fats, extracting the necessary energy from them. The ketogenic diet is used by endurance athletes such as marathon runners and triathletes.

Studies have shown that the ketogenic diet suppresses the production of the hormone ghrelin, which makes us feel hungry.

The peculiarity of the ketogenic diet is that thanks to such a nutritional system, a person loses weight due to the loss of fat. That is, unlike most known diets, muscle mass in people who follow this principle of nutrition remains the same.

Proteins, fats, carbohydrates

The main “food element” on a ketone diet is fats, which make up 75% of the diet.This is followed by proteins – 20%. And finally, carbohydrates, which amount to 5% of the total mass of foods.

The main condition of this diet is the complete elimination of sugar from the menu. In addition, absolutely any flour products are completely banned.

  • How to calculate the amount of proteins, fats and carbohydrates? It’s very simple: for 1 kg of your weight, there should be 1 g of protein. Let’s say if your weight is 90 kg, then you need 90 g of protein. Fat, respectively, should be 3.75 times more, that is, about 340 g, and carbohydrates 4 times less – about 23 g.

Dos and Don’ts

As we said, this diet is almost completely carbohydrate-free, and the basis of the diet is high-fat foods, as well as those that contain protein.

Allowed Foods:

  • Vegetable and butter (ketogenic diet specialists especially recommend coconut)
  • Nuts
  • Eggs
  • Any meat, including pork; bird; eggs; seafood, including fish
  • Mushrooms
  • Green vegetables high in fiber that aids digestion; Tomatoes in small quantities
  • Non-fat dairy products excluding milk

Prohibited foods:

  • Any flour products
  • Processed meat products (sausages, sausages) due to their sugar content
  • Vegetables with a high sugar content and carbohydrates, for example corn and potatoes
  • Fruits and dried fruits (only a few berries are allowed)
  • Any alcohol containing sugar and cereals

There are a lot of recipes for preparing “ketogenic” dishes, which means that you can eat on this diet tasty and quite varied, so if you calmly tolerate the absence of prohibited foods in the diet, then the diet will not bore you.In addition, thanks to, for example, this table, you can find out how many proteins, fats and carbohydrates are in a particular product.

Features of the diet

The main advantage of the ketogenic diet is fast weight loss by “dissolving” fat without harming muscle tissue. You do not have to starve – this diet allows you to snack on permitted foods, and you will not have to completely abandon fried foods either. What are the basic principles of nutrition?

  1. The ketogenic diet does not imply the principles of separate nutrition – meat can be eaten with any permitted product, be it mushrooms or eggs.
  2. Unlike most diets, ketogenic diets do not require giving up salt, which in addition to flavoring food will help restore electrolyte balance.
  3. The diet is not suitable for very long-term use, it cannot be made a lifestyle due to imbalance.
  4. Despite the lack of recommendations on the calorie content of foods, you should not gain 5,000 kcal per day – in this case, the diet will not bring the desired effect.

The diet does not limit meal times to the standard 18:00 – you can eat at any time, but, of course, within reasonable limits.

The main difficulty of the diet is avoiding carbohydrates. So if you cannot imagine life without potatoes, pasta or fruits, then it is unlikely to suit you.

During a diet, acetone odor may appear from the mouth – a temporary side effect of the formation of ketones in the body. Therefore, it is very important to follow the drinking regimen and drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.

Celebrities who adhere to the keto diet

The keto diet gained particular popularity thanks to Kim Kardashian.It was with the help of this nutritional system that the celebrity lost 30 kg, gained during pregnancy.

The famous actress Halle Berry, who boasts a luxurious figure, admits that a ketogenic diet helps to maintain her. In addition, model Adriana Lima and actress Megan Fox, recognized as some of the most beautiful women on the planet, also adhere to the principles of a carbohydrate-free diet.

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  1. What is the keto diet
  2. Types of keto diets
  3. Benefits of the Keto Diet
  4. Why the keto diet is bad
  5. What are the contraindications to the keto diet
  6. What You Can Eat With The Keto Diet
  7. Dos and Don’ts on the Keto Diet
  8. What do they drink on a ketogenic diet
  9. How the body can enter ketosis faster
  10. Signs of being in ketosis

A new word in the world of dietetics – the keto diet.It appeared more recently and belongs to the low-carb type. Unlike other diets, which require you to sit on one buckwheat or kefir, the diet is quite varied. And the basis for losing weight is the process of ketosis – the breakdown of fats to obtain a source of energy. Let’s figure out what is included in the keto diet and its main features.

What is the keto diet

At the word “diet” many have unpleasant sensations and ideas about nutrition, when you need to limit yourself as much as possible and suffer.However, this is not about the topic of our article. What is the keto diet? It is a food system in which the diet contains foods rich in fats and proteins, but low in carbohydrates. Let’s figure out how the keto diet works.

The body receives energy from the food consumed: proteins are converted into amino acids, fats – into glycerin and fatty acids, carbohydrates – into glucose. Moreover, the latter is the main energy source of the body. The main goal of the keto diet is to minimize carbohydrate intake to lower glucose levels and induce a state of ketosis.To obtain energy, the body begins to consume fat stores, releasing ketone bodies. They become a source of energy.

The answer to the question “what to eat with a keto diet” is simple – low-carbohydrate foods. Such a diet does not have undesirable phenomena such as constant weakness and focus on hunger.

To start ketosis, you need to arrange the body carbohydrate starvation for 3-4 days, and then choose one of the diets.

At the same time, the keto diet helps to maintain the condition of patients with type 2 diabetes, paired with antihyperglycemic drugs.But remember that any dietary change needs to be worked out with your doctor. Also, one must not forget about maintaining immunity so that the body receives the necessary vitamins and minerals. Special balanced complexes, for example, Superia, will help with this. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a diet or not.

Types of keto diets

  1. Classic, implying such a ratio of BJU (proteins-fats-carbohydrates): 75% –20% –5%. With this diet, there will be no constant feeling of hunger.What to eat with a keto diet will be advised by a nutritionist based on your condition.
  2. Cyclic, in which you need to strictly follow the diet for five days, and two with an allowable amount of 400-500 g of carbohydrates to replenish glycogen stores. This way of eating is aimed at speeding up metabolism, burning fat and gaining muscle mass.
  3. Target that suits athletes. The diet allows the consumption of carbohydrate foods one hour before training.

Benefits of the keto diet

First, let’s decide which is better: a keto diet or a low-carb diet? The principle is the same.After all, as we found out, with a ketogenic diet, the body receives a minimum amount of carbohydrates. But it allows you to most effectively achieve results.

Weight loss 1

The process is accelerated by the low level of insulin, which is responsible for the deposition of subcutaneous fat.

Decreased appetite 2

The feeling of hunger decreases, so you can limit yourself to two meals without discomfort.

Control type 2 diabetes and lower glucose 3

Lowering glucose levels makes the keto diet a possible mechanism for controlling type 2 diabetes and its antecedents.

Improvement of some health indicators 4

Against the background of a ketogenic diet, blood pressure can normalize and the level of “bad” cholesterol can decrease.

Increased efficiency

Improves concentration of attention and mental activity.

Improvement of digestion

Decreases symptoms of flatulence and increased gas production, decreases spasms, irritable bowel syndrome.

Increased physical activity

Due to the mechanism of ketosis, access to fat deposits under the skin opens up, which are able to supply the body with energy for a long time.

Reduction of epileptic seizures

The keto diet was originally developed for people with epilepsy, especially for children with resistance to therapy. Ketone bodies are able to suppress the centers of excitation of the brain, due to which the seizures are noticeably reduced.

Why the keto diet is harmful

Consider the other side of the ketogenic diet. While the body gets used to it and normalizes its work in a state of ketosis, some so-called “side effects” can be observed.Remember that only a doctor can prescribe this type of diet for you and tell you what you can eat on a keto diet. So, more about the cons:

  1. Problems with the digestive system – constipation or indigestion.
  2. Rarely, the keto diet results in acidosis or kidney stones.
  3. At first, weakness, irritability, headache, chills and fever may appear.
  4. Fat burning contributes to increased stress on the kidneys.
  5. Unpleasant acetone odor from the mouth.

In the case of gastrointestinal disorders, it is better to replenish the balance of lacto- and bifidobacteria in the body. This will help probiotics, for example, Neoflorum.

What are the contraindications to the keto diet

Since the ketogenic diet is associated with the introduction of the body into a special metabolic state, there is a group of people for whom such a diet is not suitable:

  • with high cholesterol levels, metabolic disorders;
  • 90,078 pregnant and lactating mothers;

  • for type 1 diabetes mellitus;
  • for hepatic and renal failure;
  • for chronic gastrointestinal diseases;
  • for porphyria;
  • with primary deficiency of carnitine, as well as carnitine-palmitoyltransferase, carnitine-translase, pyruvate kinase.

Note to drivers! During a ketogenic diet, an alcohol breath test may be false positive.

What you can eat with a keto diet

The basis of the diet is low-carbohydrate foods. It is advisable that the amount of carbohydrates per day does not exceed 50 g, the ideal option is 20 g. So, where to start the keto diet. With a visit to a doctor who will develop a diet. Calorie counting will also help to avoid exceeding carbohydrate levels. We will show you what to eat with a keto diet.


Pork, beef, duck, lamb, fatty parts of turkey and chicken, lard and bacon. In this case, the meat should not be salted, smoked or canned.

Fish and seafood

Sardine, salmon, salmon, mackerel, herring, saury, seafood. Do not use breading when cooking.


Cooked in any way.


Green beans, cauliflower, spinach, asparagus, broccoli, zucchini.

Fruits and berries

Blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, melon, watermelon.

Fatty dairy products

Cottage cheese, cheese, butter, sour cream, cream.


Olive, creamy and coconut for dressing and cooking


Any other than cashews.

What not to eat on the keto diet

The enemy of ketosis is carbohydrates, so you will have to give up such foods:

  1. Snacks and Chips.
  2. Sweets and biscuits, sweet cereals and muesli, chocolate bars.
  3. Sausages and sausages.
  4. Potatoes, carrots, beets, onions, celery root.
  5. Bread, pasta, corn, rice.
  6. Pears, kiwi, apples, bananas, mangoes, grapes.

Products marked “whole grain” on the packaging should be excluded from the diet.

What do they drink on a ketogenic diet

Adequate amount of water will help in removing toxins and toxins from the body.You can also drink coffee and tea, but no sweeteners or flavors. Any lemonades, smoothies, energy drinks and alcoholic drinks are best removed from the diet. The exception is wine.

How the body can enter ketosis faster

We figured out what to eat on a keto diet and what you need to limit the amount of carbohydrates. It is also worth eating protein in moderation. The optimal proportion is 1.5 grams per 1 kg of weight. Protein can be broken down into glucose. At the same time, you need to eat a sufficient amount of fat in food, which will avoid the feeling of hunger.Here are some tips to help your body enter ketosis faster:

  1. Refrain from snacking if you are not hungry.
  2. Try intermittent fasting.
  3. Exercise increases the level of ketones in the body.
  4. Observe a sleep schedule.

Signs of a state of ketosis

In addition to blood, urine or breath test, symptoms like this can be traced

  1. Constant thirst.If your body is not getting enough water and electrolytes, you may experience a dry mouth. Sometimes a metallic taste is felt.
  2. Frequent urination.
  3. Human breath may take on a “fruity” or acetone odor. It can also come from sweat. After the body leaves ketosis, the smell disappears.
  4. The first few days you may experience a condition similar to a cold. Then the body is rebuilt and the energy rises.

Remember that the ketogenic diet is for weight loss and, like any dietary adjustment, should be discussed with your healthcare professional. It will help you choose the right diet and not harm the body. Lose weight correctly so that you can enjoy the reflection in the mirror afterwards and feel great.

Research references

  1. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26768850/
  2. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/obr.12230
  3. https: // pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31347236/
  4. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29522789/

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This article is for informational purposes only and can in no way replace the obligatory consultation of a doctor on all matters related to diseases and medicine.

Fruit is one of the most important components of a healthy diet.

A diet based and high in fruits provides many health benefits.This diet also helps reduce the risks of many diseases.

Certain concerns are caused by the fact that fruits contain a lot of sugar and you start to worry about whether there will be an excess of sugar with such a diet plan.

Let’s try to figure out how much fruit can you eat to stay healthy? Can you overeat fruit? In this article I will try to give answers to all these questions.

Fruit is rich in many beneficial and important nutrients.

The composition and amount of nutrients varies with fruits, but one thing remains unchanged in all fruits are nutrients.

The main wealth of fruits is vitamins and minerals. These include vitamin C, folic acid and potassium, these vitamins and minerals we usually do not get.

Also fruits contain fiber, which carries many beneficial properties for the body. Fiber helps lower cholesterol levels, helps you feel full faster, and helps with weight loss.

In addition to everything else, fruits are rich in antioxidants, which provide invaluable help in the fight against free radicals (just like we fight with Navalny), which can damage cells. A high-fruity diet can help not only with lowering the risk of various diseases, but it can also help slow down the aging process.

Since different fruits contain different nutrients and nutrients, it is important to vary your meal plan for maximum benefit.

One can only envy the inhabitants of the southern regions of our country, and indeed of the world with their opportunity to receive a wide selection of various fruits. And for many residents of the northern regions, the choice is no longer so wide, and at times it is simply impossible due to the prices of fruits. At the moment, in our Primorye, prices for apples (more or less decent) start from 140 rubles per kg. It remains to look for sales at the bases there something can be found for 90 and 100 rubles per kg if you buy a box right away. How are fruit prices in your region?

Eating fruit can help you lose weight.

Fruits are high in nutrients and fairly low in calories, making them an excellent choice for people looking to lose weight. Plus, the fruit is rich in water and fiber, which helps you feel fuller faster. Therefore, you can eat fruit until you are full and without fear of overloading with calories.

Research shows that fruit consumption is associated with low calorie intake and may promote weight loss over time.

Apples and some citrus fruits (grapefruit or orange) are the most satisfying.An important note, whole fruits are much healthier and more satisfying than grated or squeezed juice. In this way, you can’t quickly eat processed fruits, how much you don’t eat them.

Research even shows that consuming large amounts of fruit juice is associated with an increased calorie intake and, conversely, can put you at risk of obesity. This is simply due to the lack of fiber in such juice.

Simply put, avoid consuming large amounts of fruit juice, including freshly squeezed juices, it will be better if you just eat whole fruits.

Eating fruit helps reduce the risk of disease.

Research shows that the inclusion of fruits and vegetables in your daily diet consistently reduces the risk of many diseases, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

Many of the studies look at the consumption of fruits and vegetables together, but there are few studies based on the consumption of fruits only. And reviews of such studies show that each additional serving of fruit eaten each day reduces the risk of heart disease by 7%.

Another study has shown beneficial effects on the body of fruits such as grapes, apples and blueberries. The impact is with a lower chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

Citrus fruits can increase urinary citrate levels thereby reducing the risk of kidney stones.

By increasing our fruit intake, we lower oxidative stress, which can lower the risk of heart disease and may additionally help lower blood pressure.

Eating large amounts of fruits and vegetables has been directly linked to improved sugar control for people with diabetes.

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Oxidative stress (oxidative stress) – the process of cell damage as a result of oxidation.

Is fruit safe for people with diabetes?

Doctors recommend that people with diabetes eat more fruits and vegetables for a healthy diet. It is recommended to consume 2-4 servings of fruit per day.

Still, for many it is a matter of concern that fruits are high in sugar.

But studies show that eating whole fruit has very little effect on sugar levels.

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Most importantly, fruits are high in fiber, it actually slows down the digestion and absorption of sugar, thus improving blood sugar control. What’s more, the fiber in fruits can help reduce insulin resistance and help protect the body against type 2 diabetes. The polyphenols found in fruits also improve blood sugar control, some studies show.

In addition to all of the above, eating more fruits has been linked to lower levels of oxidative stress and inflammation in people with diabetes.

But you still have to be careful, not all fruits are the same. Some of the existing fruits raise blood sugar more and faster than others. And people with diabetes should definitely monitor their sugar levels after meals in order to understand which fruits should be limited and which should not.

What if you are on a low-carb diet?

Some people think that consuming 100-150 grams of carbohydrates per day is considered “low carbohydrate”.Others who are on a ketogenic diet try to reduce their carbohydrate intake to 50 grams per day. This approach is already going beyond the standard low-carb diet.

On average, a fruit contains from 15 to 30 grams of carbohydrates, here you yourself can calculate based on your meal plan. It can be said that with a ketogenic diet, you will not have the opportunity to add extra carbohydrates.

Of all the fruits that can be low in carbohydrates in berries and if you are watching your carbohydrate intake, the best choices for you are: Blackberries, strawberries, blueberries or raspberries.

Although fruits are very nutritious, they are not a source of important nutrients that we may have obtained from other sources, such as vegetables.

If you decide to stick to a ketogenic diet and cut carbohydrates heavily, you will have to give up fruits, the main thing is to get the full amount of nutrients from other sources. For everyone else, fruit can be a great helper and can be part of a low-carb diet.

Can I overeat fruit?

Undoubtedly, fruits are healthy, but can you eat so many of them that they become “harmful”? Most likely, this will not work for you, fruits are rich in water and fiber, which makes them very satisfying.You simply won’t be able to eat too many of them, you will quickly feel full. Therefore, it can be difficult to eat a lot of fruits every day.

Probably Americans would not be Americans if they didn’t do research on overeating fruits. In the study, people ate 20 servings of fruit a day for two weeks and did not experience any problems. Two weeks is not enough? They did another study for several months now and the result was the same.

Based on the results of these studies, it was concluded that even a small benefit of such nutrition.

But one thing remains important, fruit should be consumed as part of a healthy diet, which includes many other whole foods.

What is the optimal amount of fruit per day?

You can constantly eat healthy food, while eating very little or, on the contrary, a lot of fruits, but the truth, as always, is somewhere in between.

There is a general recommendation for the consumption of fruits and vegetables and this is not less than 400 grams per day, or five servings of 80 grams.One 80 gram serving is about the size of a tennis ball. This recommendation is based on the fact that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables every day reduces the risk of dying from diseases such as heart disease, cancer and stroke.

Again, the recommendations may differ for various reasons, you can choose for yourself based on your preferences and your health.