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12 Low Sugar Fruits You Can Eat Every Day

Fruit is naturally high in sugars – aka carbs – leading many to believe this food group is forbidden on a keto diet. But there is such a thing as low carb fruit and it is possible to lose weight and enjoy this nutrient dense food group without kicking your body out of ketosis. 

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Is Fruit Bad for You?

Fruits are whole foods, high in natural nutrition and contain no added ingredients. Like most plant based foods, fruits can provide a lot of essential nutrition to your diet – nearly all fruits are high in potassium, vitamin C, and fiber. Plus they are naturally low calorie, low sodium, and low fat, making them a great food for weight loss.

Fruit intake is also associated with a wide range of health benefits including improved digestive health, heart health, mental health, and weight management, along with reduced risk of type 2 diabetes (1,2,3,4,5).  

Fruits also make a great natural sugar substitute for those that have a sweet tooth or are looking to cut added sugars from their diet. A small piece of fruit can often hit the spot and provide significantly more nutritional value than other “sweets”. 

Can You Eat Fruit on the Keto Diet?

A ketogenic diet is a very low carb diet designed to help you minimize carb intake and support a metabolic state known as ketosis – a nutritional state thought to promote increased fat burning and utilization. 

No food is truly forbidden on a keto meal plan – as long as you hit your daily keto macro goals. However, certain high carbohydrate foods can make achieving this a real challenge, including some fruits and vegetables. 

You can absolutely enjoy the taste and health benefits of fruit on keto, it just depends on which fruits you choose and your serving size. 

Sugar Content in Fruit Explained 

Fruit is highly nutritious, but it’s also a source of carbohydrates. In fact, fruits are some of the most naturally carb rich, whole foods you can choose. 

It is commonly dinged for its naturally high sugar content, but the sugars found in fruits are not quite the same as the refined and added sugars that we commonly demonize. 

Like many other plant based foods, fruit is also loaded with fiber, a type of carbohydrate that is thought to not impact blood sugar levels in the same way.

Fiber is not easily digested and absorbed by the body – which can help push things through. It also helps draw out some unwanted compounds along the way, like cholesterol. For these reasons a high fiber diet is associated with better digestive and heart health (6,7). It is also part of the reason why fruit falls lower on the glycemic index scale (8). 

Moreover, for your keto meal plan, this means you can enjoy fiber-rich foods like fruits and vegetables, and stay in ketosis. Even though fiber shows up on the nutrition facts label in total carb content, the grams of fiber are often subtracted to give you a net carb count for the food.  

What Fruits are High in Sugar?

To get into ketosis, most people need to eat less than 50 grams of net carbs per day. Considering some fruits have over 25 grams of total carbs per serving which can eat up more than half of your daily carb limit, the type of fruit you choose matters! 

The fruits highest in sugar include tropical fruits, dried fruits, fruit juice, and certain whole fruits. These include the following common options and their associated net carb count per serving: 

  1. Dates – 36 g per ¼ cup
  2. Cranberry Juice – 34 g per cup
  3. Raisins – 31 g per ¼ cup
  4. Dried Figs – 28 g per serving
  5. Bananas – 24 g per fruit
  6. Mango – 23 g per cup
  7. Pears – 22 g per fruit
  8. Grapes – 19 g per ½ cup
  9. Apples – 17 g per fruit

What Fruits are Low in Sugar? 

The fruits lowest in sugar tend to be high in water content or fiber – allowing you to enjoy a larger serving size with fewer carbohydrates. These include many citrus fruits, berries, and some melon. 

Best Fruits to Eat On Keto 

Very few fruits can actually be considered low carb when you take into account a typical serving size. However, if you enjoy them in smaller quantities, they can fit into your daily macro goals and still provide meaningful nutrition. 

Here are the best keto friendly fruits with less than 15 grams of net carb per standard serving. 

1. Unsweetened Acai Puree

Net Carb Count: 1 g per 100g serving

Unlike its sugar filled, popular counterpart the acai bowl, acai as a solo fruit is actually not very sweet. Look for unsweetened puree or acai powder to enjoy this famous “superfruit” as part of a healthy low carb breakfast bowl or morning smoothie. 

2. Starfruit

Net Carb Count: 3.5 g per fruit

This unique and visually appealing fruit, Starfruit or Carambola, is one of the lowest sugar options you can find. Unlike other tropical fruits which tend to be very carb heavy, one medium sized fruit has only 30 calories, 3 grams of fiber and less than 4 grams of net carbs total.  

3. Shredded Coconut

Net Carb Count: 5 g per cup

Coconut, either fresh or dried, is also a unique low carb tropical fruit and it is very popular among keto dieters because it contains high amounts of MCT oil (medium chain triglycerides), a type of fat thought to support ketosis (9).

However, if you are looking to lose weight, just be mindful of your portion size as a single cup packs almost 300 calories. And avoid coconut products with added sugars.

4. Lemon 

Net Carb Count: 5 g per fruit

Lemons are very rarely consumed whole, but they are in fact very low carb and low calorie. They also provide a notable source of vitamin C – 51% of the daily value.  

You can enjoy lemon juice as a garnish or in various recipes to capture their desirable essence, flavor, and nutrients. 

5. Lime

Net Carb Count: 5 g per fruit

Similar to lemon, limes are not eaten as a whole fruit, but their juice is low sugar and worth considering. They also contain 32% of your daily value for vitamin C. 

6. Blackberries

Net Carb Count: 6 g per cup

Blackberries are packed with fiber (almost 8 grams per serving!) and naturally lower in sweetness making them the top low carb berry to reach for. They also provide 50% of your vitamin C are linked to many positive health benefits due to their deep rich color (10). 

7. Plums

Net Carb Count: 6.5 g per fruit

Naturally small in size, a fresh plum is a satisfying way to enjoy a sweeter fruit without overdoing it. 

8. Raspberries

Net Carb Count: 7 g per cup

Similar to blackberries, raspberries are high in fiber and can be more tangy than sweet. One cup has eight grams of fiber and 53% of your vitamin C needs. 

9. Strawberries

Net Carb Count: 8 g per cup

A favorite fruit among many low carb eaters, strawberries are enjoyed on their own or commonly paired with various recipes, ranging from savory to sweet. Grab a handful as a snack, toss them in a salad, or blend them into your morning keto shake. 

10. Fresh Figs

Net Carb Count: 8.5 g per medium fig

While dried figs can pack a punch of sugar, fresh figs contain significantly less. In fact, one small fresh fig has only 6.5 grams of net carbohydrate. 

Slice up fresh figs for a slightly sweet and guilt-free fruit topping on your keto bread – try this with goat cheese!

11. Cantaloupe 

Net Carb Count: 11 g per cup

While not the highest fiber fruit, one cup of cantaloupe has only 50 calories and provides nearly 100% of your daily needs for vitamin C and vitamin A, making it worth making room for every net carb. 

12. Watermelon

Net Carb Count: 11 g per cup

Falling higher on the glycemic index scale due to low fiber content, watermelon is a misunderstood fruit. Although naturally very sweet, it contains mostly water helping to bring down its total carb content.  

Watermelon is also rich in nutrition containing a recognizable amount of vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium. Watermelon also contains more lycopene than fresh tomatoes. 

So there is no need to fear this popular melon, just adjust your portion and dig in! 

Pro tip: Pair with feta cheese to slow your sugar absorption.

Special mention: While not technically fruit, jicama, avocados, and tomatoes are all commonly enjoyed as such and make for great additional low carb choices to consider. 

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Low Carb Fruits List – The Ultimate Guide to Keto Fruits

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This low carb fruits list will be your guide to eating fruit on a keto diet. It’ll tell you what fruits are low in carbs as well as tell you what are keto friendly fruits.

When starting a keto diet, people often ask, how many carbs should you have in a day? What can I eat on a keto diet? Are they any zero carb foods? What are low carb fruits and vegetables?

Today I’m going to try and answer a few of these questions for you.

If you haven’t already taken a peak, we have this super handy low carb vegetable list. It will tell you all of the keto friendly vegetables. It breaks them down into total carbs, grams of fiber and net carbs per weight.

It lets you better look at the entire picture of the vegetable and how it might affect your blood sugar and insulin levels. 

If you’re new to keto, we also have a whole post about how to calculate your macros for a keto diet. It helps you calculate how many carbs you should have in a day. 

Knowing how many carbs you have per day can help you choose how many carbs you want coming from low carb fruits and vegetables.

If you have no idea what to eat on a keto diet we’ve got you covered! We also have this handy dandy beginner’s keto grocery list which will tell you what foods are best to eat on a keto diet.

All of these things will help you create a keto meal plan so you can succeed on your keto diet. If you need more help creating a keto diet meal plan, we have a free keto diet meal plan and I also have a few free keto meal plans on my other blog.

Can you eat fruit on a Keto Diet?

YES!

Below I’ve broken down fruit into 2 different lists. High carb fruits list and low carb fruits list. Now be aware, these fruit nutrition lists are per 100g. So when you look at coconut it will seem high, but 100g of coconut is a lot of food since it’s so light compared to something that is dense like stone fruits.

Keto Low Carb Fruits List – Carbs in Fruit per 100g

All of the following nutrition information was looked up using my favorite nutrition tracker app, Cronometer.

  • 8.6g carbs in avocado
  • 15.2g carbs in coconut
    • 6.2g net carbs in coconut
  • 3.8g carbs in olives
  • 3.9g carbs in tomatoes
    • 2.6g net carbs in tomatoes
  • 7.7g carbs in strawberries
    • 5.5g net carbs in strawberries
  • 3.6g carbs in cucumbers
    • 2.4g net carbs in cucumbers
  • 9.6g carbs in blackberries
    • 4.2g net carbs in blackberries
  • 11.9g carbs in raspberries
    • 5.4g net carbs in raspberries
  • 6g carbs in bell peppers
    • 3.9g net carbs in bell peppers
  • 5.7g carbs lemon juice
    • 5g net carbs in lemon juice
  • 6.7g carbs in lime juice
    • 6.3g net carbs in lime juice
  • 7.5g carbs in grape fruits
    • 6.4g net carbs in grapefruit

High Carb Fruits List – Carbs in Fruit per 100g

  • 13.8g carbs in apple
    • 10. 6g net carbs in apples
  • 14.5g carbs in blueberries
  • 7.6g carbs in watermelon
    • 7.1g net carbs in watermelon
  • 15.2g carbs in pear
  • 8.2g carbs in cantaloupe
    • 6.9g net carbs in cantaloupe
  • 14.7g carbs in kiwi
  • 11.4g carbs in plums
  • 31.2g carbs in plantains
    • 28.9g net carbs in plantains
  • 10.6g carbs in nectarine
    • 8.1g net carbs in nectarines
  • 18.0g carbs in red grapes
    • 17.3g net carbs in red grapes
  • 18.1g carbs in green grapes
    • 17.1g net carbs in green grapes
  • 13.3g carbs in tangerine
    • 11.2g net carbs in tangerines
  • 75g carbs in dates
  • 18.7g carbs in pomegranate
    • 14.4g net carbs in pomegranates
  • 22.8g carbs in banana
    • 20.2g net carbs in bananas
  • 16g carbs in cherries
    • 11.8g net carbs in cherries
  • 9. 5g carbs in peaches
    • 7.8g net carbs in peaches
  • 15g carbs in mango
  • 11.8g carbs in oranges
    • 9.1g net carbs in oranges
  • 13.1g carbs in pineapple
    • 11.6g net carbs in pineapple

Now that you know which fruit are low in carbs, check out our 30 favorite low carb fruit recipes! These are delicious recipes from breakfast to dessert. All of these recipes are low in net carbs so you can eat them on a keto diet.

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Low Carb Fruits List: Searchable Guide to Carbs in Fruit

Olives, pickled, canned or bottled, green 3.84 3.3 0.54 0.54
Avocados, raw, all commercial varieties 8.53 6.7 0.66 1.83
Avocados, raw, California 8.64 6. 8 0.3 1.84
Avocados, raw, Florida 7.82 5.6 2.42 2.22
Rhubarb, raw 4.54 1.8 1.1 2.74
Olives, ripe, canned (small-extra large) 6.26 3.2 0 3.06
Olives, ripe, canned (jumbo-super colossal) 5.61 2.5 0 3.11
Rhubarb, frozen, uncooked 5.1 1.8 1.1 3.3
Carambola, (starfruit), raw 6.73 2.8 3.98 3.93
Blackberries, raw 9.61 5.3 4.88 4.31
Apricots, canned, water pack, without skin, solids and liquids 5.48 1.1 4.38
Acerola juice, raw 4.8 0.3 4.5 4.5
Apricots, canned, water pack, with skin, solids and liquids 6.39 1. 6 4.79 4.79
Naranjilla (lulo) pulp, frozen, unsweetened 5.9 1.1 3.74 4.8
Peaches, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 6.11 1.3 4.81 4.81
Lemon juice from concentrate, canned or bottled 5.62 0.7 1.53 4.92
Lemon juice from concentrate, bottled, REAL LEMON 5.66 0.7 1.59 4.96
Lemon juice from concentrate, bottled, CONCORD 5.37 1.42 5.37
Lemon peel, raw 16 10.6 4.17 5.4
Raspberries, raw 11.94 6.5 4.42 5.44
Raspberries, frozen, unsweetened 11.94 6.5 4.42 5.44
Strawberries, raw 7.68 2 4.89 5.68
Melons, casaba, raw 6. 58 0.9 5.69 5.68
Gooseberries, raw 10.18 4.3 5.88
Guava sauce, cooked 9.48 3.6 5.88 5.88
Prickly pears, raw 9.57 3.6 5.97
Lemon juice, frozen, unsweetened, single strength 6.5 0.4 2.4 6.1
Pears, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 7.81 1.6 6.1 6.21
Lime juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened 6.69 0.4 1.37 6.29
Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, Florida 7.5 1.1 6.4
Lemons, raw, without peel 9.32 2.8 2.5 6.52
Acerola, (west indian cherry), raw 7.69 1.1 6.59
Lemon juice, raw 6.9 0. 3 2.52 6.6
Oheloberries, raw 6.84 6.84
Fruit salad, (peach and pear and apricot and pineapple and cherry), canned, water pack, solids and liquids 7.87 1 6.87
Boysenberries, frozen, unsweetened 12.19 5.3 6.89 6.89
Grapefruit, raw, pink and red and white, all areas 8.08 1.1 6.98 6.98
Strawberries, frozen, unsweetened 9.13 2.1 4.56 7.03
Pears, asian, raw 10.65 3.6 7.05 7.05
Grapefruit juice, white, canned or bottled, unsweetened 7.93 0.8 7.2 7.13
Grapefruit juice, white, bottled, unsweetened, OCEAN SPRAY 7.93 0.8 7.5 7.13
Watermelon, raw 7.55 0. 4 6.2 7.15
Melon balls, frozen 7.94 0.7 7.24
Melons, cantaloupe, raw 8.16 0.9 7.86 7.26
Grapefruit, raw, white, all areas 8.41 1.1 7.31 7.31
Pitanga, (surinam-cherry), raw 7.49 7.49
Pineapple, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 8.3 0.8 7.5 7.5
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, water pack, solids and liquids 8.51 1 7.51 7.51
Horned melon (Kiwano) 7.56 7.56
Blackberry juice, canned 7.8 0.1 7.7 7.7
Loganberries, frozen 13.02 5.3 7.7 7.72
Limes, raw 10. 54 2.8 1.69 7.74
Cherries, sour, red, canned, water pack, solids and liquids (includes USDA commodity red tart cherries, canned) 8.94 1.1 7.6 7.84
Lime juice, raw 8.42 0.4 1.69 8.02
Peaches, yellow, raw 9.54 1.5 8.39 8.04
Mulberries, raw 9.8 1.7 8.1 8.1
Grapefruit, raw, white, Florida 8.19 8.19
Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), canned, juice pack, drained 9.41 1.2 8.25 8.21
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water, with added calcium 8.47 0.2 7.42 8.27
Melons, honeydew, raw 9.09 0.8 8.12 8.29
Cranberries, raw 11. 97 3.6 4.27 8.37
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 8.8 0.2 7.42 8.6
Pummelo, raw 9.62 1 8.62
Grapefruit juice, pink or red, with added calcium 8.69 0 8.33 8.69
Grapefruit, sections, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 9.15 0.4 8.75 8.75
Feijoa, raw 15.21 6.4 8.2 8.81
Grapefruit, sections, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 9.21 0.4 8.8 8.81
Nectarines, raw 10.55 1.7 7.89 8.85
Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), canned, juice pack 9.57 0.7 8.87 8.87
Guavas, common, raw 14.32 5.4 8.92 8. 92
Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, all areas 10.66 1.6 6.89 9.06
Grapefruit, raw, white, California 9.09 9.09
Grapefruit juice, white, raw 9.2 0.1 9.1 9.1
Apricots, raw 11.12 2 9.24 9.12
Papayas, raw 10.82 1.7 7.82 9.12
Oranges, raw, Florida 11.54 2.4 9.14 9.14
Grapefruit juice, pink, raw 9.2 9.2
Cherries, sour, canned, water pack, drained 10.45 1.2 6.99 9.25
Oranges, raw, all commercial varieties 11.75 2.4 9.35 9.35
Oranges, raw, California, valencias 11.89 2.5 9.39
Kumquats, raw 15. 9 6.5 9.36 9.4
Cherries, sour, red, frozen, unsweetened 11.02 1.6 9.02 9.42
Blueberries, wild, frozen 13.85 4.4 9.45
Nance, frozen, unsweetened 16.97 7.5 8.31 9.47
Blueberries, frozen, unsweetened 12.17 2.7 8.45 9.47
Currants, red and white, raw 13.8 4.3 7.37 9.5
Mammy-apple, (mamey), raw 12.5 3 9.5
Grapefruit juice, white, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 9.73 0.1 9.63 9.63
Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, California and Arizona 9.69 9.69
Grapes, canned, thompson seedless, water pack, solids and liquids 10. 3 0.6 9.7 9.7
Tangerine juice, raw 10.1 0.2 9.9 9.9
Plums, raw 11.42 1.4 9.92 10.02
Grapes, muscadine, raw 13.93 3.9 10.03
Peaches, canned, extra light syrup, solids and liquids 11.1 1 10.1
Plums, canned, purple, water pack, solids and liquids 11.03 0.9 10.1 10.13
Applesauce, canned, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid (includes USDA commodity) 11.27 1.1 9.39 10.17
Applesauce, canned, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 11.27 1.1 9.39 10.17
Orange-grapefruit juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened 10.28 0.1 10.18 10.18
Orange juice, raw 10.4 0.2 8.4 10.2
Cherries, sweet, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 11.76 1.5 10.26 10.26
Peaches, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 11.57 1.3 10.27 10.27
Clementines, raw 12.02 1.7 9.18 10.32
Ruby Red grapefruit juice blend (grapefruit, grape, apple), OCEAN SPRAY, bottled, with added vitamin C 10.53 0.2 10.3 10.33
Oranges, raw, navels 12.54 2.2 8.5 10.34
Loquats, raw 12.14 1.7 10.44
Fruit juice smoothie, ODWALLA, strawberry banana 11.05 0.6 9.9 10.45
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, extra light syrup, solids and liquids 11.63 1.1 10.53
Cherries, sour, red, raw 12.18 1.6 8.49 10.58
Pears, canned, extra light syrup pack, solids and liquids 12.2 1.6 10.6
Blackberries, frozen, unsweetened 15.67 5 10.67 10.67
Apples, frozen, unsweetened, heated 12 1.3 10.7
Orange juice, canned, unsweetened 11.01 0.3 8.76 10.71
Apricots, canned, juice pack, with skin, solids and liquids 12.34 1.6 10.74 10.74
Apples, raw, granny smith, with skin 13.61 2.8 9.59 10.81
Cranberry juice blend, 100% juice, bottled, with added vitamin C and calcium 10.91 0.1 9.8 10.81
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 11.86 1 10.86 10.86
Apricots, canned, extra light syrup pack, with skin, solids and liquids 12.5 1.6 10.9
Fruit juice smoothie, BOLTHOUSE FARMS, BERRY BOOST 10.9 0 9.3 10.9
Fruit juice smoothie, ODWALLA, ORIGINAL SUPERFOOD 11.51 0.6 10.16 10.91
Orange juice, chilled, includes from concentrate, with added calcium and vitamin D 11.27 0.3 8.31 10.97
Orange juice, chilled, includes from concentrate, with added calcium 11.27 0.3 8.31 10.97
Oranges, raw, with peel 15.5 4.5 11
Apples, frozen, unsweetened, unheated 12.31 1.3 10.1 11.01
Grapefruit juice, white, canned, sweetened 11.13 0.1 11.03 11.03
Fruit juice smoothie, NAKED JUICE, strawberry banana 11.66 0.6 10.05 11.06
Apple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 11.3 0.2 9.62 11.1
Apple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 11.3 0.2 9.62 11.1
Apple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid, calcium, and potassium 11.49 0.3 9.47 11.19
Apples, raw, golden delicious, with skin 13.6 2.4 10.04 11.2
Groundcherries, (cape-gooseberries or poha), raw 11.2 11.2
Orange juice, chilled, includes from concentrate 11.54 0.3 8.31 11.24
Orange juice, chilled, includes from concentrate, with added calcium and vitamins A, D, E 11.54 0.3 8.31 11.24
Apples, raw, without skin, cooked, boiled 13.64 2.4 11.01 11.24
Roselle, raw 11.31 11.31
Pears, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 12.94 1.6 9.7 11.34
Apples, raw, gala, with skin 13.68 2.3 10.37 11.38
Elderberries, raw 18.4 7 11.4
Apples, raw, with skin 13.81 2.4 10.39 11.41
Apple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water, with added ascorbic acid 11.54 0.1 11.44
Apple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water without added ascorbic acid 11.54 0.1 10.93 11.44
Apples, raw, without skin 12.76 1.3 10.1 11.46
Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), raw 13.34 1.8 10.58 11.54
Apples, raw, without skin, cooked, microwave 14.41 2.8 11.61 11.61
Kiwifruit, green, raw 14.66 3 8.99 11.66
Pineapple, raw, all varieties 13.12 1.4 9.85 11.72
Apples, raw, red delicious, with skin 14.06 2.3 10.48 11.76
Fruit juice smoothie, BOLTHOUSE FARMS, strawberry banana 12.37 0.6 10.33 11.77
Figs, canned, water pack, solids and liquids 13.99 2.2 11.79 11.79
Tangerine juice, canned, sweetened 12 0.2 11.8 11.8
Pineapple, raw, traditional varieties 11.82 8.29 11.82
Fruit juice smoothie, NAKED JUICE, GREEN MACHINE 12.53 0.7 11.15 11.83
Pears, raw, bartlett 15.01 3.1 9.69 11.91
Pears, raw, red anjou 14.94 3 9.54 11.94
Guavas, strawberry, raw 17.36 5.4 11.96
Pineapple juice, canned, not from concentrate, unsweetened, with added vitamins A, C and E 12.18 0.2 9.98 11.98
Orange Pineapple Juice Blend 12.2 0.2 10.57 12
Fruit salad, (peach and pear and apricot and pineapple and cherry), canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 13.05 1 12.05
Blueberries, raw 14.49 2.4 9.96 12.09
Pineapple, raw, extra sweet variety 13.5 1.4 10.32 12.1
Cranberry juice, unsweetened 12.2 0.1 12.1 12.1
Guava nectar, with sucralose, canned 13.3 1.2 10.15 12.1
Pears, raw 15.23 3.1 9.75 12.13
Juice, apple and grape blend, with added ascorbic acid 12.46 0.2 10.92 12.26
Abiyuch, raw 17.6 5.3 8.55 12.3
Cherries, sweet, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 13.81 1.5 12.31 12.31
Fruit juice smoothie, BOLTHOUSE FARMS, GREEN GOODNESS 13.04 0.6 11.46 12.44
Pineapple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 12.67 0.2 12.47 12.47
Pineapple, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 13.45 0.8 12.65 12.65
Pineapple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 12.87 0.2 9.98 12.67
Pineapple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 12.87 0.2 9.98 12.67
Pears, raw, green anjou 15.79 3.1 9.73 12.69
Juice, apple, grape and pear blend, with added ascorbic acid and calcium 12.96 0.2 9.95 12.76
Mango nectar, canned 13.12 0.3 12.45 12.82
Passion-fruit, (granadilla), purple, raw 23.38 10.4 11.2 12.98
Pears, raw, bosc 16.1 3.1 10.23 13
Pomegranate juice, bottled 13.13 0.1 12.65 13.03
Apples, raw, fuji, with skin 15.22 2.1 11.68 13.12
Peaches, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 14.55 1.3 13.25 13.25
Apples, dried, sulfured, stewed, without added sugar 15.32 2 13.32 13.32
Peach nectar, canned, without added ascorbic acid 13.92 0.6 13.32 13.32
Peach nectar, canned, with added ascorbic acid 13.92 0.6 12.35 13.32
Mangos, raw 14.98 1.6 13.66 13.38
Quinces, raw 15.3 1.9 13.4
Passion-fruit juice, purple, raw 13.6 0.2 13.4 13.4
Soursop, raw 16.84 3.3 13.54 13.54
Pears, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 15.17 1.6 12.1 13.57
Carissa, (natal-plum), raw 13.63 13.63
Fruit juice smoothie, NAKED JUICE, BLUE MACHINE 16.67 2.9 12.08 13.77
Apricot nectar, canned, with added ascorbic acid 14.39 0.6 13.24 13.79
Apricot nectar, canned, without added ascorbic acid 14.39 0.6 13.79 13.79
Papaya nectar, canned 14.51 0.6 13.91 13.91
Cherries, sweet, raw 16.01 2.1 12.82 13.91
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, light syrup, solids and liquids 14.93 1 13.93 13.93
Longans, raw 15.14 1.1 14.04
Fruit salad, (peach and pear and apricot and pineapple and cherry), canned, light syrup, solids and liquids 15.14 1 14.14
Tamarind nectar, canned 14.73 0.5 12.7 14.23
Plums, canned, purple, juice pack, solids and liquids 15.15 0.9 14.22 14.25
Passion-fruit juice, yellow, raw 14.45 0.2 14.25 14.25
Pineapple, canned, juice pack, drained 15.56 1.3 14.26 14.26
Kiwifruit, ZESPRI SunGold, raw 15.79 1.4 12.3 14.39
Orange peel, raw 25 10.6 14.4
Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 14.77 0.2 14.2 14.57
Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 14.77 0.2 14.2 14.57
Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid and calcium 14.77 0.2 14.2 14.57
Sapodilla, raw 19.96 5.3 14.66
Pomegranates, raw 18.7 4 13.67 14.7
Cherimoya, raw 17.71 3 12.87 14.71
Guanabana nectar, canned 14.93 0.1 13.07 14.83
Apples, canned, sweetened, sliced, drained, heated 16.84 2 14.84 14.84
Apricots, canned, light syrup pack, with skin, solids and liquids 16.49 1.6 14.89 14.89
Pineapple, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 15.7 0.8 14.45 14.9
Persimmons, japanese, raw 18.59 3.6 12.53 14.99
Apples, canned, sweetened, sliced, drained, unheated 16.7 1.7 15 15
Fruit juice smoothie, NAKED JUICE, MIGHTY MANGO 15 0 12.5 15
Grapefruit, sections, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 15.44 0.4 15.04 15.04
Pear nectar, canned, without added ascorbic acid 15.76 0.6 15.16 15.16
Pear nectar, canned, with added ascorbic acid 15.76 0.6 15.16 15.16
Litchis, raw 16.53 1.3 15.23 15.23
Guava nectar, canned, with added ascorbic acid 16.25 1 12.95 15.25
Plums, canned, purple, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 16.28 0.9 15.35 15.38
Currants, european black, raw 15.38 15.38
Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), canned, light syrup pack 16.19 0.7 15.49 15.49
Java-plum, (jambolan), raw 15.56 15.56
Nance, canned, syrup, drained 22.79 7 15.66 15.79
Cherries, sweet, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 17.29 1.5 15.79 15.79
Mangosteen, canned, syrup pack 17.91 1.8 16.11
Figs, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 17.95 1.8 16.15 16.15
Grapes, american type (slip skin), raw 17.15 0.9 16.25 16.25
Figs, raw 19.18 2.9 16.26 16.28
Applesauce, canned, sweetened, without salt (includes USDA commodity) 17.49 1.2 14.67 16.29
Gooseberries, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 18.75 2.4 16.35
Pears, canned, heavy syrup, drained 19.08 2.7 16.42 16.38
Prune juice, canned 17.45 1 16.45 16.45
Peaches, dried, sulfured, stewed, without added sugar 19.69 2.7 16.99 16.99
Fruit cocktail, canned, heavy syrup, drained 18.8 1.7 17.14 17.1
Grapes, red or green (European type, such as Thompson seedless), raw 18.1 0.9 15.48 17.2
Peaches, canned, heavy syrup, drained 18.43 1.2 14.66 17.23
Apples, dehydrated (low moisture), sulfured, stewed 19.91 2.6 17.31
Pears, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 19.17 1.6 15.2 17.57
Rowal, raw 23.9 6.2 14.1 17.7
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, heavy syrup, solids and liquids 18.91 1 17.91 17.91
Fruit salad, (peach and pear and apricot and pineapple and cherry), canned, heavy syrup, solids and liquids 19.11 1 18.11 18.11
Cherries, sour, red, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 19.3 0.8 18.5
Apricots, canned, heavy syrup, drained 21.31 2.7 18.65 18.61
Peaches, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 19.94 1.3 18.64 18.64
Applesauce, canned, sweetened, with salt 19.91 1.2 18.71
Cherries, sweet, canned, pitted, heavy syrup, drained 21.07 2.3 16.18 18.77
Peaches, spiced, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 20.08 1.3 18.78 18.78
Apples, dried, sulfured, stewed, with added sugar 20.73 1.9 18.83
Grapes, canned, thompson seedless, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 19.65 0.6 19.05 19.05
Strawberries, frozen, sweetened, whole 21 1.9 18.61 19.1
Sugar-apples, (sweetsop), raw 23.64 4.4 19.24
Pineapple, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 20.2 0.8 16.9 19.4
Apricots, dried, sulfured, stewed, without added sugar 22.15 2.6 19.57 19.55
Blackberries, canned, heavy syrup, solids and liquids 23.1 3.4 19.7 19.7
Boysenberries, canned, heavy syrup 22.31 2.6 19.71
Blueberries, frozen, sweetened 21.95 2.2 19.72 19.75
Apricots, canned, heavy syrup pack, without skin, solids and liquids 21.45 1.6 19.85
Apricots, canned, heavy syrup pack, with skin, solids and liquids 21.47 1.6 19.87 19.87
Cherries, sweet, canned, pitted, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 21.27 1.4 16.18 19.87
Crabapples, raw 19.95 19.95
Rambutan, canned, syrup pack 20.87 0.9 19.97
Raspberries, canned, red, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 23.36 3.3 20.06 20.06
Blueberries, canned, light syrup, drained 22.66 2.6 17.45 20.06
Bananas, raw 22.84 2.6 12.23 20.24
Cherries, sweet, frozen, sweetened 22.36 2.1 20.26 20.26
Blueberries, canned, heavy syrup, solids and liquids 22.06 1.6 20.46 20.46
Figs, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 22.9 2.2 20.7 20.7
Pineapple, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 21.5 0.8 20.7
Fruit salad, (pineapple and papaya and banana and guava), tropical, canned, heavy syrup, solids and liquids 22.36 1.3 21.06
Pineapple, frozen, chunks, sweetened 22.2 1.1 21.1 21.1
Plums, canned, heavy syrup, drained 23.12 1.5 21.58 21.62
Jackfruit, raw 23.25 1.5 19.08 21.75
Raspberries, frozen, red, sweetened 26.16 4.4 21.76 21.76
Fruit salad, (peach and pear and apricot and pineapple and cherry), canned, extra heavy syrup, solids and liquids 22.77 1 21.77
Fruit cocktail, (peach and pineapple and pear and grape and cherry), canned, extra heavy syrup, solids and liquids 22.89 1.1 21.79
Strawberries, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 23.53 1.7 21.83 21.83
Cherries, sour, red, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 23.27 1.1 22.17 22.17
Peaches, frozen, sliced, sweetened 23.98 1.8 22.18 22.18
Breadfruit, raw 27.12 4.9 11 22.22
Plums, canned, purple, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 23.24 0.9 22.31 22.34
Apricots, frozen, sweetened 25.1 2.2 22.9
Jackfruit, canned, syrup pack 23.94 0.9 23.04
Apricots, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, without skin, solids and liquids 24.85 1.6 23.25
Durian, raw or frozen 27.09 3.8 23.29
Figs, dried, stewed 27.57 4.2 23.35 23.37
Blueberries, wild, canned, heavy syrup, drained 28.32 4.9 19.28 23.42
Pears, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 25.25 1.6 23.65
Prunes, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 27.8 3.8 24
Strawberries, frozen, sweetened, sliced 25.92 1.9 24.01 24.02
Peaches, dried, sulfured, stewed, with added sugar 26.6 2.4 24.2
Cherries, sweet, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 26.23 1.5 24.73
Plums, dried (prunes), stewed, without added sugar 28.08 3.1 24.98 24.98
Peaches, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 26.06 1 25.06
Apricots, dried, sulfured, stewed, with added sugar 29.26 4.1 25.16
Plums, canned, purple, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 26.31 1 25.31
Sapote, mamey, raw 32.1 5.4 20.14 26.7
Pears, dried, sulfured, stewed, without added sugar 33.81 6.4 27.41 27.41
Figs, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 27.86 27.86
Cherries, sour, red, canned, extra heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 29.23 0.8 28.43
Plantains, cooked 31.15 2.3 14 28.85
Plums, dried (prunes), stewed, with added sugar 32.88 3.8 29.08
Rhubarb, frozen, cooked, with sugar 31.2 2 28.7 29.2
Plantains, raw 31.89 2.3 15 29.59
Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), stewed 29.7 29.7
Pears, dried, sulfured, stewed, with added sugar 37.14 5.8 31.34
Apricots, dehydrated (low-moisture), sulfured, stewed 32.62 32.62
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted, with added calcium 33.86 1 29.68 32.86
Persimmons, native, raw 33.5 33.5
Peaches, dehydrated (low-moisture), sulfured, stewed 34.14 34.14
Grapefruit juice, white, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted 34.56 0.4 34.16 34.16
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted 35.19 1 29.68 34.19
Plantains, yellow, fried, Latino restaurant 40.77 3.2 21.76 37.57
Maraschino cherries, canned, drained 41.97 3.2 38.77 38.77
Cranberry sauce, whole, canned, OCEAN SPRAY 40.4 1.2 31.3 39.2
Cranberry sauce, canned, sweetened 40.4 1.1 31.75 39.3
Cranberry sauce, jellied, canned, OCEAN SPRAY 40.61 1 32.2 39.61
Apple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted, without added ascorbic acid 41 0.4 38.83 40.6
Apple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted, with added ascorbic acid 41 38.83 41
Pineapple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted 44.3 0.7 43.6 43.6
Plantains, green, fried 49.17 3.5 3.63 45.67
Cranberry-orange relish, canned 46.2 0 46.2
Peaches, dried, sulfured, uncooked 61.33 8.2 41.74 53.13
Figs, dried, uncooked 63.87 9.8 47.92 54.07
Papaya, canned, heavy syrup, drained 55.83 1.5 52.2 54.33
Apricots, dried, sulfured, uncooked 62.64 7.3 53.44 55.34
Plums, dried (prunes), uncooked 63.88 7.1 38.13 56.78
Apples, dried, sulfured, uncooked 65.89 8.7 57.19 57.19
Tamarinds, raw 62.5 5.1 38.8 57.4
Persimmons, japanese, dried 73.43 14.5 58.93
Prune puree 65.1 3.3 39 61.8
Pears, dried, sulfured, uncooked 69.7 7.5 62.2 62.2
Goji berries, dried 77.06 13 45.61 64.06
Litchis, dried 70.7 4.6 66.1 66.1
Dates, deglet noor 75.03 8 63.35 67.03
Currants, zante, dried 74.08 6.8 67.28 67.28
Dates, medjool 74.97 6.7 66.47 68.27
Raisins, seeded 78.47 6.8 71.67
Blueberries, dried, sweetened 80 7.5 67.5 72.5
Longans, dried 74 74
Raisins, seedless 79.18 3.7 59.19 75.48
Raisins, golden seedless 79.52 4 59.19 75.52
Cranberries, dried, sweetened 82.8 5.3 72.56 77.5
Cherries, tart, dried, sweetened 80.45 2.5 67.15 77.95
Bananas, dehydrated, or banana powder 88.28 9.9 47.3 78.38
Apples, dehydrated (low moisture), sulfured, uncooked 93.53 12.4 81.13 81.13
Apricots, dehydrated (low-moisture), sulfured, uncooked 82.89 82.89
Peaches, dehydrated (low-moisture), sulfured, uncooked 83.18 83.18
Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked 89.07 89.07

What Fruits Can You Eat on Keto?

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Are fruits keto friendly? It depends! To help make things less confusing, we put together a guide to what fruits you can eat on keto and which are best to avoid.

Can You Have Fruit on Keto?

Because they are sweet, fruits are often considered “off-limits” when it comes to the keto diet. However, it is possible to enjoy some fruit AND stay in ketosis.

The keto diet is all about staying within a certain carb limit. This limit depends on the individual and their goals. Someone on a very strict keto diet may set a daily limit of 20 grams of carbs or less. On the other hand, a maintenance diet may be around 100 grams of carbs. Many keto dieters will try to stay somewhere in between.

Related: Click here to learn more about how many carbs you can eat on the keto diet!

So it’s not as much about what specific foods you’re eating, but how they factor into your overall carb count for the day. (Though certain foods that are highly processed and/or high in added sugars are generally not advisable at all.)

Foods high in carbs will make you hit your daily carb limit more quickly. For example, if you’re trying to stick to under 50 carbs per day, a banana will eat up more than half of your carb allowance! That’s why you may see certain fruits on “foods to avoid” lists.

Is Fruit Sugar Bad?

Fruit contains two types of sugar: fructose and glucose. (The fructose in sugar is not to confused with high fructose corn syrup, which is man-made and highly concentrated.)

There is the argument that fruit sugars are better for you because they are natural. However, any type of sugar will have the same effect of stalling your weight loss if you overindulge.

The thing about fruit sugar is that it is balanced by fiber, water, and other nutrients. The water and fiber help your body feel full and so you’re less likely to overeat on fruit, than say a candy bar.

I am personally a believer in balance. A diet that is only meat and cheese may be extremely low carb, but it might not be considered “healthy.” Including certain fruits that are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. can be worth a few extra carbs. 

That’s why it’s so important to know which fruits have the fewest carbs so you can make choices that fit into your daily carbohydrate allowance. We’ve put together a list of the best fruits to eat on keto, along with both their total carb and net carb count.

Related: Why Am I Not Losing Weight on Keto?

What Fruits Can You Eat on Keto?

The following fruits are all under 12 total carbs per half cup serving. Most are actually lower than that, especially when you take into account fiber content and net carbs.

  • Tomato — Often thought of as a vegetable, tomatoes are actually a fruit! And with only 3.5 grams total carbs and 2.5g net carbs, they are one of the best low carb choices!
  • Strawberries — Clocking in around 6 grams total carbs and 4.5 grams net carbs, strawberries are an excellent choice for low carb fruits.
  • Cranberries — Whole cranberries contain fewer than 6 grams of total carbs or about 4.5 grams net carbs in a half cup serving. You’ll want to avoid dried cranberries, which are more concentrated and higher in carbs, or enjoy a smaller portion.
  • Blackberries — Though they contain about 7 grams total carbs, blackberries are a good source of fiber and only have 3g net carbs when you consider their high fiber content.
  • Raspberries — A half cup of raspberries contains around 7 grams total carbs and 3 grams net carbs. Like blackberries, they are an excellent choice if you’re looking for a low carb and high fiber fruit.
  • Cantaloupe — While berries have a reputation for being the best fruits for low carb diets, cantaloupe are also an excellent option, with 7 grams total carbs and about 6 grams net carbs (per half cup).
  • Watermelon — With just under 6 grams total carbs in a half cup, watermelon could be considered a keto-friendly fruit. It does not contain much fiber, so the net carb count is very close to total carbs.
  • Avocado — Like tomatoes, avocados are often referred to as a vegetable but are technically a fruit. They contain about 6 1/2 grams of total carbs. However, avocados are very high in fiber, making their net carb count as low as 1.5 grams in a half cup!
  • Lemons — Under 10 grams total carbs and about 6 1/2 grams net carbs (per half cup), lemons are great for low carb dieters. A squeeze of lemon juice adds flavor, with even fewer carbs!
  • Lime — One lime contains about 7 grams total carbs and 5 grams net carbs. Like lemons, adding a squeeze of lime juice is a wonderful way to add a burst of flavor to drinks or recipes.
  • Peaches — Peaches contain about 8 grams total carbs and less than 7 grams net carbs (per half cup), so they can be incorporated into a keto diet in moderation.
  • Blueberries — With 11g total carbs and 9g net carbs, blueberries are higher in carbs than other berries, but can still be worked into a keto diet. They make a great accent in recipes such as lemon blueberry muffins or blueberry pancakes, so you can enjoy the flavor with a smaller portion size.

Can You Have Fruit Juice on Keto?

It’s generally recommended to stay away from fruit juice on a keto or low carb eating plan. Many commercial juices contain sweeteners, in addition to natural sugars already present in fruit. Juice is more concentrated than whole fruit and contains a higher carb count, even with no sugar added.

The other issue with juice is that it gets rid of all the fiber, which is one of fruit’s main benefits. Fiber is a carbohydrate that the body does not digest, so it does not count towards net carbs. Even though fiber itself isn’t digested, it can help improve digestion of other foods by helping them pass more easily through the intestines and softening stools.

If you’re craving a taste of your favorite fruit, skip juice and go for the real thing, in moderation of course.

Related: Click here for more keto food swaps!

Fruits to Avoid on Keto

All of the fruits listed below have more than 12 grams total carbs per half cup. Bananas, mangoes, and pineapples are especially high in carbs and sugars. Dried fruits should be avoided, as they are more concentrated in sugars. And of course, skip any sweetened fruits or fruits canned in syrup.

  • Bananas
  • Pineapple
  • Mango
  • Apples
  • Raisins and other dried fruits
  • Grapes
  • Pears
  • Kiwi

Keep in mind that the fruits on this list are not “bad” and do have nutritional value. However, due to their high carb content, they are tough to incorporate in a low carb or keto diet.

What Other Foods Can You Eat on the Keto Diet?

We created a comprehensive guide to the best keto-friendly foods, as well as a handy printable “cheat sheet.” Learn more about what foods are low in carbs and which should be avoided to stay in ketosis.

Click here for our free keto food guide!

More Keto Questions Answered:

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Keto Diet Foods List 2021

If you’re thinking about trying a new diet to shed some pounds, the keto diet is probably the first thing that’s come to mind.

The idea of maintaining ketosis has taken over the weight loss space ever since celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian and Halle Berry touted the keto diet in years past, pushing an extremely high-fat (and nearly zero-carb!) diet plan to the forefront of the discussion.

Being curious about the keto diet is only natural, because let’s be real: There are very few other diets where copious amounts of bacon and cheese are on the menu. But simply listing the different ingredients you can and can’t eat while working your way through the keto diet doesn’t explain how exactly it works.

The diet’s main principle is maintaining ketosis, a metabolic state that pushes your body to burn fat for daily fuel rather than glucose sourced from carbohydrates. Originally designed to help patients fight epilepsy, the keto diet supposedly guides you into ketosis by eliminating some significant food groups that you normally interact with every day — mainly, items containing sugars and carbohydrates, as these don’t allow your metabolism to use fat as a main energy source.

Sugar and carbohydrates don’t sound like they’re part of a healthy meal to most — but in reality, they can be found in some pretty nutritious items you’ll have to cut out of your diet entirely. It’s why nutritionists and health experts may be critical of the keto diet, especially since deprivation requires tons of willpower that might be counterintuitive to your needs. While the keto diet could result in serious weight loss for those who can stick to the diet’s plan, if you know you simply can’t give up bread or fruits, it’s okay — Stefani Sassos, MS, RD, CDN, a registered dietitian within the Good Housekeeping Institute, says that the Mediterranean diet or ‘flexitarian’ meal plans could also help you lose weight in the long run.

If you’ve seen a friend transform their body while on the keto diet, read up on what it entails below before you take a swing at achieving ketosis. Like all diets, Sassos points out that the keto program doesn’t guarantee sustained weight loss (in fact, some people report ballooning in weight afterwards) and that you should discuss any long term diet changes with your healthcare provider.

Editor’s note: Weight loss, health and body image are complex subjects — before deciding to go on a diet, we invite you gain a broader perspective by reading our exploration into the hazards of diet culture.

What You Can Eat on a Keto Diet:

Get ready for a whole lot of fat, some protein, and just about zero carbs throughout your day. Keto-approved fridges and pantries include plenty of meat, seafood, dairy, eggs, nuts, fats and oils, and some veggies that grow above ground.

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  • Plenty of meats: Chicken, pork, steak, ground beef, lamb, bacon, turkey, ham, and sausage (in limited amounts).
  • Fatty seafood: Salmon, snapper, tuna, halibut, cod, trout, catfish, scallops.
  • Shellfish: Crab, clams, oysters, lobster, mussels.
  • Most fats and oils: Eggs, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, ghee, lard, avocado oil (and plenty of avocados!), mayonnaise.
  • High-fat dairy: Heavy cream, soft and hard cheeses, cream cheese, and sour cream.
  • A selection of vegetables: Cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, zucchini, green beans, peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, asparagus, cucumber, onion, mushroom, spinach, lettuce, and olives.
  • Most nuts: Almonds, peanuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, hazelnuts, walnuts, as well as their retrospective butters (look for natural varieties that aren’t sweetened).
  • A selection of berries: Blueberries, blackberries, raspberries.
  • Some of your favorite beverages: Unsweetened coffee and black tea is OK. Dry wine, champagne, and hard liquor should be enjoyed sparingly.
  • All spices and some sweeteners: Enjoy stevia and sucralose every once in a while.

    What You Can’t Eat on the Keto Diet:

    It’s a pretty exhaustive list, and probably includes some of your favorites: Bread, rice, pasta, fruit, corn, potatoes, beans, baked goods, sweets, juice, and beer all get the axe. Basically, you have to avoid most sugars and starches. Whole grains like oatmeal don’t even make the cut!

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    • Almost all fruits: Apples, bananas, oranges, grapes, watermelon, peaches, melon, pineapple, cherries, pears, lemons, limes, grapefruits, plums, mango, and more.
    • Most grains: Wheat, rice, rye, oats, corn, quinoa, barley, millet, bulgur, amaranth, buckwheat, and sprouted grains.
    • Starches: Bread (all of it!), bagels, cereal, pasta, rice, corn, oatmeal, crackers, pizza, popcorn, granola, muesli, flour. There are some work arounds that dieters can still enjoy, like faux tortilla wraps that are made from cheese.
    • Legumes: Black beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, navy beans, soybeans, peas, chickpeas, lentils.
    • Real sweeteners and sugar: Cane sugar, honey, maple syrup, agave nectar, Splenda, aspartame, saccharin, and corn syrup. You’ll have to settle for sugar alternatives, including natural substitutes like this monkfruit sugar replacement.
    • Sweet treats: Candy, chocolate, cakes, buns, pastries, tarts, pies, ice cream, cookies, pudding, and custard. Dieters can shop for dessert alternatives like this keto-friendly ice cream that won’t impact your blood sugar levels in a single serving.
    • A selection of cooking oils: Canola oil, soybean oil, grapeseed oil, peanut oil, sesame oil, and sunflower oil.
    • Alcohol: Beer, cider, sweet wines, and sweetened alcoholic drinks. If you’re going to spring for wine, keep it as dry as possible — the bottle should have less than 10g of sugar in its entirety.
    • Bottled condiments: Ketchup, BBQ sauce, tomato sauce, some salad dressings and hot sauces that contain added sugar.
    • Low-fat dairy: Things like skim milk, skim mozzarella, fat-free yogurt, low-fat cheese and cream cheese should be swapped for higher-fat counterparts.

      If you’re tempted to go keto, consult with your doctor before embarking on any extreme weight loss plan. While the ketogenic diet can include some healthful foods (we’re all about broccoli), many others get nixed (bye, bananas and sweet potatoes).

      *With additional reporting by Caroline Picard.

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      Associate Health Editor
      Zee Krstic is a health editor for GoodHousekeeping.com, where he covers the latest in health and nutrition news, decodes diet and fitness trends, and reviews the best products in the wellness aisle.

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      Complete Keto Diet Food List: What to Eat and Avoid on a Low-Carb Diet

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      Following a healthy, low-carb diet can seem challenging, especially if you’re new to it. But once you learn a few simple rules, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to follow the keto way.

      This is our quick guide to keto-friendly foods that will help you make the right choices, whether your goal is to lose weight or manage a health condition such as type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or epilepsy.

      Which Foods Should I Eat on a Keto Diet?

      KetoDiet is not just about losing weight at any cost; it’s about adopting a healthier lifestyle. Contrary to common misconceptions, the ketogenic diet doesn’t revolve around bacon, eggs and cheese. No matter how low the carb count is, always pay attention to food quality and prirotize real food. A well formulated ketogenic diet should include a variety of whole foods — meat, fish, seafood, eggs, nuts, full-fat dairy, vegetables and occasionally some fruit such as berries.

      Which Foods Should I Avoid on a Keto Diet?

      On a classic ketogenic diet your daily carb limit will be between 20 to 25 grams of net carbs (or 30 to 50 grams of total carbs). This means that you will need to avoid all high carb foods including grains (rice, bread, cereal, pasta, etc), potatoes, sugar, most legumes and fruits. Additionally, you should avoid or minimize the consumption of processed foods and inflammatory fats.

      In our KetoDiet App it easy to follow a low-carb diet. Apart from daily tracking, you’ll find hundreds of low-carb recipes, guides and expert articles — all you need to follow a healthy keto diet in one place.

      Below is a detailed list of the most common low-carb foods recommended for the ketogenic diet.

      EAT Freely

      Grass-fed and wild animal sources

      • grass-fed meat (beef, lamb, goat, venison), wild-caught fish & seafood (avoid farmed fish), pastured pork and poultry, pastured eggs, gelatin, ghee, butter – these are high in healthy omega 3 fatty acids (avoid sausages and meat covered in breadcrumbs, hot dogs, meat that comes with sugary or starchy sauces)
      • offal, grass-fed (liver, heart, kidneys and other organ meats)

      Healthy fats

      • saturated fats (lard, tallow, chicken fat, duck fat, goose fat, clarified butter (ghee), butter, coconut oil and MCT oil)
      • monounsaturated fats (avocado oil, macadamia oil and olive oil)
      • polyunsaturated fats: omega 3 fatty acids, especially from animal sources (fatty fish and seafood)
      • You can find a complete guide to fats & oils in my post here. (which oils and fats are ideal for cold use, which for high-heat cooking and which to avoid)

      Non-starchy vegetables and mushrooms

      • leafy greens (Swiss chard, bok choy, spinach, lettuce, chard, chives, endive, radicchio, etc.)
      • some cruciferous vegetables like kale (dark leaf), kohlrabi, radishes
      • celery stalk, asparagus, cucumber, summer squash (zucchini, spaghetti squash), bamboo shoots
      • mushrooms (white, brow, Portobello, shiitake, chanterelle, etc)

      Fruits

      • avocado
      • coconut
      • rhubarb
      • olives

      Beverages and Condiments

      • water (still), coffee (black or with cream or coconut milk), tea (black, herbal)
      • pork rinds (cracklings) for “breading”
      • mayonnaise, mustard, pesto, bone broth (make your own), pickles, fermented foods (kimchi, kombucha and sauerkraut (make your own) – best homemade with no additives (my recipes for home-made condiments are here)
      • all spices and herbs, lemon or lime juice and zest
      • whey protein (beware of additives, artificial sweeteners, hormones and soy lecithin), egg white protein and gelatin (grass-fed, hormone free)

      Eat Occasionally

      Vegetables and Fruits

      • some cruciferous vegetables (white and green cabbage, red cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, fennel, turnips, rutabaga / swede)
      • nightshades (eggplant, tomatoes, peppers)
      • some root vegetables (parsley root), spring onion, leek, onion, garlic, winter squash (pumpkin)
      • sea vegetables (nori, kombu), okra, bean sprouts, sugar snap peas, wax beans, globe or French artichokes, water chestnuts
      • berries (blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, mulberries, etc.)

      Grain-fed animal sources and full-fat Dairy

      • beef, poultry, eggs and ghee (avoid farmed pork, it’s too high in omega 6 fatty acids)
      • dairy products (plain full-fat yogurt, cottage cheese, heavy cream, sour cream, cheese) – avoid products labeled “low-fat”, most of them are packed with sugar and starch that will only stimulate your appetite. You can read more in this post: Dairy on a Ketogenic Diet.
      • bacon – beware of preservatives and added starches (nitrates are acceptable if you eat foods high in antioxidants)

      Nuts and seeds

      • macadamia nuts (very low in carbs, high in monounsaturated fats)
      • pecans, almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds
      • brazil nuts (beware of very high level of selenium – don’t eat too many of them!)
      • You can read more in this post: Nuts & Seeds on a Ketogenic Diet, and in this post: Is Flaxseed Healthy?

      Fermented soy products

      • if eaten, only non GMO and fermented soy products such as Natto, Tempeh, tamari (gluten-free soy sauce) or paleo-friendly coconut aminos
      • Edamame (green soy beans), black soybeans – unprocessed

      Condiments

      • healthy zero-carb sweeteners (Stevia, Swerve, Erythritol, etc.)
      • thickeners: arrowroot powder, xanthan gum (keep in mind xanthan gum is not paleo-friendly – some people following the paleo diet use it, as you only need a very little amount)
      • sugar-free tomato products (puree, passata, ketchup)
      • cocoa and carob powder, extra dark chocolate (more than 70%, better 90% and beware of soy lecithin), cocoa powder
      • beware of sugar-free chewing gums and mints – some of them have carbs from sugar alcohols like sorbitol, maltitol and xylitol that may raise blood sugar and cause digestive issues

      Some Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts and Seeds with Average Carbohydrates – depends on your daily carb limit

      • root vegetables (celery root, carrot, beetroot, parsnip and sweet potato)
      • watermelon, Cantaloupe / Galia / Honeydew melons
      • pistachio and cashew nuts, chestnuts
      • Only very small amounts, better avoided completely: apricot, dragon fruit (Pitaya), peach, nectarine, apple, grapefruit, kiwifruit, kiwi berries, orange, plums, cherries, pears, figs (fresh)

      Alcohol

      • dry red wine, dry white wine, spirits (unsweetened) – avoid for weight loss, only for weight maintenance

      Avoid Completely

      Food rich in carbohydrates, factory-farmed meat and processed foods

      • Any foods with added sugar. Avoid sweeteners that raise blood sugar, cause insulin spikes, stimulate your appetite and kick you out of ketosis.

      • All grains, even whole meal (wheat, rye, oats, corn, barley, millet, bulgur, sorghum, rice, amaranth, buckwheat, sprouted grains), quinoa and white potatoes. this includes all products made from grains (pasta, bread, pizza, cookies, crackers, etc.)
        sugar and sweets (table sugar, HFCS, agave syrup, ice creams, cakes, sweet puddings and sugary soft-drinks).

      • Factory-farmed pork and fish are high in inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids and farmed fish may contain PCBs,
        avoid fish high in mercury.

      • Processed foods containing carrageenan (e.g. some almond milk products – watch for additives), MSG (e.g. in some whey protein products), sulphites (e.g. in dried fruits, gelatin), BPAs (they don’t have to be labeled!), wheat gluten.

      • Artificial sweeteners (Splenda, Equal, sweeteners containing Aspartame, Acesulfame, Sucralose, Saccharin, etc.) – these may cause cravings and have been linked to other health issues such as migraines.

      • Refined fats / oils (e.g. sunflower, safflower, cottonseed, canola, soybean, grapeseed, corn oil), trans fats such as margarine.

      • “Low-fat”, “low-carb” and “zero-carb” products (Atkins products, diet soda and drinks, chewing gums and mints may be high in carbs or contain artificial additives, gluten, etc.)

      • Milk (only small amounts of raw, full-fat milk is allowed). Milk is not recommended for several reasons. Firstly, all the dairy products, milk is difficult to digest, as it lacks the “good” bacteria (eliminated through pasteurization) and may even contain hormones. Secondly, it is quite high in carbs (4-5 grams of carbs per 100 ml). For coffee and tea, replace milk with cream in reasonable amounts. You may have a small amount of raw milk but be aware of the extra carbs. Lastly, farmers in the United States use genetically engineered bovine growth hormone (rBGH). rBGH is injected to dairy cows to increase milk production. Opt for full-fat dairy labeled “NO rBGH”.

      • Alcoholic, sweet drinks (beer, sweet wine, cocktails, etc.) – you can try my low-carb cocktails and drinks.

      • Tropical fruit (pineapple, mango, banana, papaya, etc.) and some high-carb fruit (tangerine, grapes, etc.) Also avoid fruit juices (yes, even 100% fresh juices!) – better to drink smoothies if any, but either way very limited. Juices are just like sugary water, but smoothies have fiber, which is at least more sating. This also includes dried fruit (dates, raisins, etc).

      • Mainly for health reasons, avoid soy products apart from a few non-GMO fermented products which are known for their health benefits. Also avoid wheat gluten which may be used in low-carb foods. When you give up bread, you shouldn’t eat any part of it. Beware of BPA-lined cans. If possible, use naturally BPA-free packaging like glass jars or make your own ingredients such as ghee, ketchup, coconut milk or mayonnaise. BPA has been linked to many negative health effects such as impaired thyroid function and cancer. Other additives to avoid: carrageenan (e.g. almond milk products), MSG (e.g. in some whey protein products) and sulfites (e.g. in dried fruits, gelatin).

      • Legumes (beans, chickpeas, lentil, peanuts, etc). Apart from peanuts, legumes are relatively high in carbs and should be avoided. Apart from their high carb content, legumes contain lectins and phytates which makes them hard to digest. They have been linked to leaky gut syndrome, PCOS, IBS and Hashimoto’s. When it comes to peanuts, some people avoid them while others use them in moderation. If you are considering peanuts, make sure you read this post first: Peanuts on a Ketogenic Diet: Eat or Avoid?

      Carbs in Common Keto Foods

      Carbs in Animal products

      Most animal products are very low in carbs and ideal for the ketogenic diet. All meat and fish apart from liver and some types of seafood are zero carb. Also, beware of processed meat such as sausages as these foods may contain hidden carbs from added starches and sugar.

      Source Net Carbs (grams) Serving size
      meat and fish 0 150 g / 5.3 oz
      organ meats, liver (average) 3 150 g / 5.3 oz
      prawns (cooked) 1.4 150 g / 5.3 oz
      eggs 0.7 piece, large
      cream (full-fat) 1.6 1/4 cup, 60 ml / 2 fl oz
      butter 0 1 tbsp
      cheese (hard) 0.4 30 g / 1 oz
      cream cheese (full-fat) 1.6 1/4 cup, 50 g / 1.75 oz

      Carbs in Vegetables

      When it comes to leafy greens, the darker the leaves, the better. Dark leafy green contain very few carbs and are nutrient-dense. Include a variety of greens in your diet, such as spinach, arugula, watercress, Swiss chard, kale, collards, bok choy, lettuce, and beet greens.

      And keto eating is not all about greens! There are plenty of other low-carb vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, zucchini, broccoli, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, daikon, okra, turnips, rutabaga, cucumber, celery, eggplant, asparagus, pumpkin, spaghetti squash, kohlrabi, sea vegetables, and mushrooms.

      Source Net Carbs (grams) Serving size
      lettuce (sliced, average) 0.5 1 cup, 50 g / 1.75 oz
      swiss chard, sliced 0.8 1 cup, 35 g / 1.25 oz
      collard greens, sliced 0.8 1 cup, 35 g / 1.25 oz
      bok choy, sliced 0.8 1 cup, 70 g / 2.4 oz
      asparagus 2.7 150 g / 5.3 oz
      green beans 6.4 150 g / 5.3 oz
      summer squash (zucchini / courgette) 3.2 150 g / 5.3 oz
      winter squash (pumpkin) 9 150 g / 5.3 oz
      cucumber 2.2 150 g / 5.3 oz
      spinach, cooked 1.2 1/2 cup, 90 g / 3.2 oz
      kale (Italian dark-leaf) 2.1 150 g / 5.3 oz
      kale (curly) 5.4 150 g / 5.3 oz
      savoy cabbage 4.5 150 g / 5.3 oz
      cabbage (white) 5 150 g / 5.3 oz
      cabbage (red) 7.9 150 g / 5.3 oz
      celery stalk 1.6 3 medium, 120 g / 4.2 oz
      peppers (green) 3.5 piece, 120 g / 4.2 oz
      peppers (red) 4.7 piece, 120 g / 4.2 oz
      tomatoes, chopped 4.8 1 cup, 180 g / 6.3 oz
      eggplant (aubergine) 3.5 150 g / 5.3 oz
      broccoli, chopped 6.1 150 g / 5.3 oz
      cauliflower 4.5 150 g / 5.3 oz
      mushrooms, white 3.4 150 g / 5.3 oz
      mushrooms, brown 5.6 150 g / 5.3 oz
      onion, white (sliced) 2.2 1/4 cup, 40 g / 1.4 oz
      garlic 0.9 1 clove

      Carbs in Fruit

      Even fruits have a place in a healthy keto diet. Include low-carb fruits such as raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackcurrants, lemon, lime, rhubarb, coconut, and avocado.

      Source Net Carbs (grams) Serving size
      strawberries, sliced 4.7 1/2 cup, 85 g / 2.9 oz
      raspberries 3.3 1/2 cup, 62 g / 2.2 oz
      blackberries 3.1 1/2 cup, 72 g / 2.5 oz
      blueberries 8.9 1/2 cup, 74 g / 2.6 oz
      avocado 3.7 piece, average (200 g / 7 oz)

      Carbs in Nuts & Seeds

      Nuts and seeds are a fantastic source of healthy fats. Macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans are very low in carbs and a great source of monounsaturated fats. Almonds are a good source of protein. Other keto friendly options are walnuts, pine nuts, Brazil nuts, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, and hemp seeds.

      Apart from whole nuts, you can use nut and seed butters, coconut, avocado, and cacao butter. Beware of cashew nuts and pistachios as they’re relatively high in carbs. For more about nuts and seeds, check out this Guide to Nuts & Seeds on a Keto Diet.

      Source Net Carbs (grams) Serving size
      macadamia nuts 1.5 30 g / 1 oz
      almonds 2.7 30 g / 1 oz
      pecans 1.2 30 g / 1 oz
      hazelnuts 2 30 g / 1 oz
      walnuts 2 30 g / 1 oz
      cashew nuts 7.6 30 g / 1 oz
      pumpkin seeds 1.3 30 g / 1 oz
      sunflower seeds 3.2 30 g / 1 oz
      tahini (unsweetened sesame paste) 1.8 1 tbsp
      chia seeds 0.4 1 tbsp
      pistachio nuts 4.9 30 g / 1 oz

      Carbs in Condiments & Other Foods

      When it comes to condiments, always read the labels and avoid products with added sugar, starches, inflammatory fats like soy bean oil, and other unnecessary additives.

      Source Net Carbs (grams) Serving size
      almond milk (unsweetened) 0.3 1/4 cup, 60 ml / 2 fl oz
      coconut milk 1.6 1/4 cup, 60 ml / 2 fl oz
      coconut milk (creamed) 2.7 1/4 cup, 60 ml / 2 fl oz
      olives 0.2 30 g / 1 oz
      sauerkraut (solids only) 0.5 1/4 cup, 35 g / 1.25 oz
      mustard 0.7 1 tbsp
      tomato puree 5.7 1 tbsp
      apple cider vinegar 0.1 1 tbsp
      coconut aminos 1 1 tbsp
      dark chocolate (85%) 5.7 30 g / 1 oz
      coconut flour 3.2 1/4 cup, 30 g / 1 oz
      almond flour 2.2 1/4 cup, 25 g / 0.9 oz
      flax meal 0.6 1/4 cup, 38 g / 1.3 oz
      psillium hush powder 1.4 1/4 cup, 16 g / 0.6 oz
      Erythritol 0.5 1 tbsp
      stevia (drops) < 0.1 1/4 tsp
      wine (red, dry) 6 1 glass / 5 fl oz
      wine (white, dry) 6 1 glass / 5 fl oz
      spirits (sugar-free, ~ 40% vol) 0 1 jigger / 1.5 fl oz

      Which Fats Are Healthy on a Keto Diet?

      Not all fats and oils are equal. Use oils and fats high in saturated fats (SFA) such as pastured lard, grass-fed beef tallow, chicken fat, duck fat, goose fat, clarified butter or ghee, butter, virgin coconut oil, and sustainably sourced palm kernel oil. Butter is not a suitable high-heat cooking option as the milk solids tend to burn. It’s ideal for finishing meals or for light cooking.

      Oils high in monounsaturated fats (MUFA), such as extra-virgin olive oil, avocado oil, almond and macadamia oil, are best for cold use, stir-fries, finishing meals, or after cooking.

      Oils high in polyunsaturated fats (PUFA) are only suitable for cold use, such as in salad dressings and mayonnaise. These include nut and seed oils such as walnut, hazelnut, flaxseed, sesame seed, or pumpkin seed oil. When you use oils high in omega-6 fatty acids, increase your intake of omega-3 fatty acids, especially from animal sources.

      Apart from added fats and oils, include foods high in healthy fats such as avocados, nuts, seeds, fatty fish, grass-fed beef and eggs.

      Good Sources of Protein on a Keto Diet

      Protein is not found just in meats. There are many meat-free and plant-based sources of protein! The more fat the meat contains, the less protein is usually has.

      Protein in Meat, Fish and Seafood

      Source Protein (grams) Serving size
      turkey / chicken breast, raw 37 150 g / 5.3 oz
      chicken thighs, raw 29 150 g / 5.3 oz
      beef, lean steak, raw 31 150 g / 5.3 oz
      beef steak, ribeye, raw 28 150 g / 5.3 oz
      pork loin (chops), raw 31 150 g / 5.3 oz
      venison steak, raw 32 150 g / 5.3 oz
      lamb chops, raw 28 150 g / 5.3 oz
      duck (meat only), raw 30 150 g / 5.3 oz
      duck (meat and skin), raw 17 150 g / 5.3 oz
      bacon, raw 12 3 slices / 90 g / 3.2 oz
      chorizo salami, raw 22 90 g / 3.2 oz
      salmon, raw 32 150 g / 5.3 oz
      tuna, raw 37 150 g / 5.3 oz
      cod, raw 27 150 g / 5.3 oz
      sardines, raw 30 150 g / 5.3 oz
      mackerel, raw 28 150 g / 5.3 oz
      sea bass, raw 28 150 g / 5.3 oz
      sea bream, raw 36 150 g / 5.3 oz
      prawns, shrimps, mussels, clams, raw 22 150 g / 5.3 oz
      octopus, raw 19 150 g / 5.3 oz
      squid and calamari, raw 23 150 g / 5.3 oz
      lobster, raw 25 150 g / 5.3 oz
      gelatine 6 1 tbsp

      For vegetarian options, these are the main sources of protein:

      Protein in Eggs and Dairy

      Source Protein (grams) Serving size
      eggs, chicken 6.3 piece, large
      eggs, duck 9 piece, large
      cream (heavy whipping) 1.1 1/4 cup
      cream (soured) 1.2 1/4 cup
      cream cheese 3.5 1/4 cup
      hard full-fat cheese (e.g. cheddar) 14.2 60 g / 2 oz
      mozzarella 13.8 60 g / 2 oz
      feta 8.1 60 g / 2 oz
      mascarpone 3.6 1/4 cup
      ricotta 6.9 1/4 cup

      You can always boost your protein intake with high-quality whey protein powders. There is a good overview of other protein powders here (includes vegan options).

      Apart from legumes (peanuts, chickpeas, lentils, etc.) and quinoa, which are not a part of the paleo diet, these are the main sources of protein for vegan-friendly diets:

      Protein in Nuts and Seeds

      Source Protein (grams) Serving size
      almonds 6 30 g / 1 oz
      walnuts 4.3 30 g / 1 oz
      pecans 2.6 30 g / 1 oz
      hazelnuts 4.2 30 g / 1 oz
      macadamia nuts 2.2 30 g / 1 oz
      cashew nuts 5.2 30 g / 1 oz
      pistachio nuts 5.7 30 g / 1 oz
      brazil nuts 4.1 30 g / 1 oz
      pine nuts 3.9 30 g / 1 oz
      pumpkin seeds 8.6 30 g / 1 oz
      sunflower seeds 5.9 30 g / 1 oz
      sesame seeds / tahini paste 5 30 g / 1 oz

      Protein in Vegetables, Fruits and Other Foods

      Source Protein (grams) Serving size
      broccoli 2.6 1 cup, chopped
      broccoli raab 1.3 1 cup
      sugar-snap peas 1.7 1 cup
      green beans 1.8 1 cup
      bean sprouts 1.5 1 cup
      spinach 5.3 1 cup, cooked
      kale 2.2 1 cup
      artichoke 4.2 medium piece
      asparagus 2.9 1 cup
      cauliflower 2.1 1 cup, chopped
      mushrooms, average 1-2.5 1 cup, sliced
      coconut 1 1/4 cup, shredded
      coconut milk 1.1 1/4 cup
      avocado 4 piece, average
      tempeh (fermented soy – paleo if non-GMO) 7.7 1/4 cup
      sun-dried tomatoes 1.4 1/4 cup
      seaweed (e.g. wakame) 10 1 cup

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      Low Carb Fruit List – Keto & Low Carb Vegetarian Recipes

      The list below is a complete list of carbs in fruit, showing most fruits whether they are low or high in carbs.

      I’ve shown the list alphabetically but you can search for something specific, sort, and organize the low carb fruit list to customize your needs. If you find a fruit that it is missing, let me know and I’ll add it.

      The data comes from the USDA nutrient database in 100-gram quantities, so you can rest assured the information is reliable – even if there may be a few surprises in it.

      The fruits are listed below in 100-gram quantities for easy comparison.

      You can download a pdf file of this complete list below:

      Name Net Carbs (g) Fibre (g) Total Carbs (g)
      Apples, raw, with skin 11.41 2.4 13.81
      Apricots, raw 9.12 2 11.12
      Avocados 1.83 6.7 8.53
      Bananas 20.24 2.6 22.84
      Blackberries 4.31 5.3 9.61
      Blueberries 12.09 2.4 14.49
      Breadfruit 22.22 4.9 27.12
      Cherries, sour, red, raw 10.58 1.6 12.18
      Cherries, sweet, raw 13.91 2.1 16.01
      Clementines, raw 10.32 1.7 12.02
      Cranberries, raw 8.37 3.6 11.97
      Dates, medjool 68.27 6.7 74.97
      Dragon fruit 8 1 9
      Durian, raw or frozen 23.29 3.8 27.09
      Elderberries, raw 11.4 7 18.4
      Figs, raw 16.28 2.9 19.18
      Gooseberries, raw 5.88 4.3 10.18
      Grapefruit, raw, 6.98 1.1 8.08
      Grapes, red or green , raw 17.2 0.9 18.1
      Guavas, common, raw 8.92 5.4 14.32
      Jackfruit, raw 21.75 1.5 23.25
      Kiwifruit, green, raw 11.66 3 14.66
      Kumquats, raw 9.4 6.5 15.9
      Lemons, raw, without peel 6.52 2.8 9.32
      Limes, raw 7.74 2.8 10.54
      Lychees, raw 15.23 1.3 16.53
      Loganberries 7.72 5.3 13.02
      Mangos, raw 13.38 1.6 14.98
      Mangosteen 10 5 15
      Melons, cantaloupe, raw 7.26 0.9 8.16
      Melons, casaba, raw 5.68 0.9 6.58
      Melons, honeydew, raw 8.29 0.8 9.09
      Mulberries, raw 8.1 1.7 9.8
      Nectarines, raw 8.85 1.7 10.55
      Olives 0.54 3.3 3.84
      Oranges, raw, with peel 11 4.5 15.5
      Papayas, raw 9.12 1.7 10.82
      Passion-fruit, raw 12.98 10.4 23.38
      Peaches, raw 8.04 1.5 9.54
      Pears, asian, raw 7.05 3.6 10.65
      Pears, raw 12.13 3.1 15.23
      Persimmons, japanese, raw 14.99 3.6 18.59
      Persimmons, native, raw 33.5 0 33.5
      Pineapple, raw, all varieties 11.72 1.4 13.12
      Plantains, raw 29.59 2.3 31.89
      Plums, raw 10.02 1.4 11.42
      Pomegranates, raw 14.7 4 18.7
      Prickly pears, raw 5.97 3.6 9.57
      Quinces, raw 13.4 1.9 15.3
      Raisins, seedless 75.48 3.7 79.18
      Raspberries, raw 5.44 6.5 11.94
      Rhubarb, raw 2.74 1.8 4.54
      Sapodilla, raw 14.66 5.3 19.96
      Soursop, raw 13.54 3.3 16.84
      Strawberries, raw 5.68 2 7.68
      Star Fruit 4.2 2.8 7
      Tamarinds, raw 57.4 5.1 62.5
      Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), raw 11.54 1.8 13.34
      Watermelon, raw 7.15 0.4 7.55

      90,000 do’s and don’ts

      When people go on a ketogenic diet, fruits can be confusing. They have been marketed as good for health for many years and generally have a positive reputation.

      However, on keto, consuming fruit can make it difficult to limit carbs below 30g per day, and thus prevent you from entering ketosis. In most cases, just one fruit can make up the majority of your daily carbohydrate intake.

      Since fruits contain natural sugars (fructose and glucose), we must closely monitor the amount of low-carb fruits we eat each day.The best strategy to minimize your fruit sugar intake is to stick to berries (especially raspberries and blackberries), avocados, olives, and tomatoes. It is also advised to avoid any medium to large fruits as they tend to contain too much sugar for ketosis.

      While some people argue that fruit must be included in the diet to be healthy, this is not the case. You can easily get nutrients from vegetables, except for significantly less sugar and more fiber.

      Since the ketogenic diet allows you to eat a lot of vegetables, you will not miss out on essential vitamins by reducing your fruit intake. And while you may crave a sweet treat from time to time, it really isn’t necessary.

      Most Common Low Carbohydrate Fruits

      Below you will find a list of vegetables based on how low they are in carbohydrates, so if you need help finding a specific vegetable, use the table search function.

      Fruit Net Carbohydrates (per 100 g) Equivalent Size
      Avocado 1.84 g About half a medium avocado
      Tomato 2.69 g One small tomato
      Rhubarb 2.74 g About 2 stems
      Carambola 3.93 g Single medium
      Blackberry 4.31 g 3/4 cup
      Raspberry 5.44 g 3/4 cup
      Strawberries 5.68 g 3/4 cup whole berries
      Honeydew 5.68 g About 8 pieces
      Coconut Pulp 6.23 g About 1 cup shredded coconut
      Lemon 6.52 g Two
      Watermelon 7.15 g About 8 pieces
      Cantaloupe 7.26 g About 7 pieces
      Peach 8.05 g 3/4 peach
      Cranberries 8.37 g 1 cup whole cranberries
      Apricot 9.12 g 3 pitted apricots
      Plum 10.02 g 1/2 plum
      Clementine 10.32 g 1 medium
      Granny Smith Apples 10.81g About 3/5 of a Medium Apple
      Kiwi 11.66 g 1/2 Kiwi
      Blueberries 12.09 g About 3/4 cup

      Always be careful when adding fruit to ready meals.Fruit juice, canned fruits, and fruit snacks tend to contain sugar and are not considered keto friendly. Always check product labels before purchasing.

      The Three Best Fruits for the Keto Diet

      Avocado. Contains healthy fats, fiber and electrolytes with very few carbs.

      Tomato. It is an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, vitamin K and the antioxidant lycopene, which has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer.

      Berries (blackberries, raspberries and strawberries). While they are slightly higher in carbs than avocados and tomatoes, a small serving is all it takes to boost the flavor and antioxidant content of your favorite keto-friendly breakfast or dessert.

      Carbohydrates in lemon

      Lemon wedges or lemon juice are delicious in water or other beverages. Lemon is a good source of ascorbic acid (natural vitamin C), prevents kidney stones and even freshens your breath.

      • 100 g lemons contain 29 calories, 2.8 g fiber, 6 g net carbs and 1.1 g fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 1 tablespoon (15 g).

      See Also:
      Benefits of Lemon Water on the Keto Diet

      Carbs in Lime

      Another popular citrus fruit. High in vitamin C, lime can improve digestion, fight infections, and may lower your risk of cancer and heart disease.

      • 100 g lime contains 30 calories, 2.8 g fiber, 8.5 g net carbs and 0.6 g fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 1 tablespoon (15 g).

      Carbohydrates in Avocado

      Contrary to popular belief, this is a fruit, not a vegetable. It contains more potassium than bananas and is packed with healthy fats, fiber, and phytonutrients like beta-sitosterol, lutein, and zeaxanthin.

      • 100 g of avocado contains 167 calories, 15 g fat, 6.8 g fiber, 1.8 g net carbohydrate and only 0.08 g fructose.
      • Standard serving size is 1/3 of the fruit, or about 50 grams.

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      Carbohydrates in olives

      As with avocados, most people don’t consider olives to be fruit. They are a good source of dietary antioxidants and healthy fats.

      Olives can improve circulation and lower blood pressure by increasing nitric oxide levels.They are also anti-inflammatory – their vitamin E content improves brain health and helps control free radicals.

      • 100 g olives contain 81 calories, 6.9 g fat, 2.5 g fiber, 3.1 g net carbohydrate and 0 g fructose.
      • Recommended serving is two large olives or about 28.5 g.

      Carbohydrates in bell peppers

      This fruit is rich in vitamin C and carotenoids and is an excellent source of antioxidants. Bell peppers offer many health benefits, with positive effects on eye health and – thanks to their antioxidant activity – even lowering the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer.

      • 100 g bell pepper contains 20 calories, 1.7 g fiber, 2.9 g carbohydrates and 1.12 g fructose.
      • Recommended serving is about 150 g.

      Carbohydrates in tomatoes

      Another fruit that you can enjoy as a vegetable. You can eat them raw, steamed, stewed, or cooked in a sauce, soup, or stew. Cherry or grape tomatoes are ideal for snacks.

      Tomatoes are loaded with the antioxidant lycopene, which may reduce the risk of heart disease.In addition, they are high in vitamin C, potassium, folate and vitamin K.

      • 100 g of tomatoes contain 18 calories, 1.2 g of fiber, 2.7 g of carbohydrates and 1.37 g of fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 150g chopped regular tomatoes or 10 cherry tomatoes (170g).

      Carbohydrates in coconuts

      After dietitians moved away from fatty foods, coconuts have become an excellent choice for planning a keto diet.

      They count as fruits, nuts, or seeds, depending on who you ask, but they are good no matter how you classify them.To avoid fructose, consume pulp, not coconut water.

      Coconuts contain natural dietary fiber, which perfectly saturates the body; they also offer vitamin B6, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper and selenium. In addition, coconuts are high in healthy fats, including lauric acid, which raises HDL, or “good” cholesterol.

      • 100 g coconut pulp contains 354 calories, 33 g fat, 9 g fiber, 6 g carbohydrates.
      • Recommended serving is 1/3 cup (approx. 28.5 g).

      Carbohydrates in strawberries

      Strawberries are high in fiber and polyphenols; it is also a good source of manganese and potassium.

      In addition, strawberries have excellent antioxidant properties.

      • 100 g strawberries contain 32 calories, 2 g fiber, 5.7 g carbohydrates and only 2.44 g fructose.
      • The recommended serving is 8 large strawberries (approx. 144 g).

      Carbohydrates in raspberries

      Contains many antioxidants: vitamin C, quercetin and gallic acid.This fruit may help prevent cancer, heart disease, and circulatory problems.

      Raspberries also contain ellagic acid, a natural compound with additional chemopreventive (anti-cancer) and anti-inflammatory properties.

      • 100 g of raspberries contain 52 calories, 6.5 g of fiber, 5.5 g of carbohydrates and only 2.35 g of fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 1 cup of raspberries (about 123 g).

      Carbohydrates in blackberries

      Contains a lot of vitamin C: a glass of blackberries accounts for half of the recommended daily intake for an adult on a 2,000 calorie diet.

      Blackberries are also rich in fiber, vitamin K and manganese. In addition, it helps reduce inflammation, boost immune function, and fight heart disease with abundant antioxidants.

      • 100 g of blackberries contains 43 calories, 5.3 g of fiber, 4.3 g of carbohydrates and 2.4 g of fructose.
      • The recommended serving is 1 cup of fresh blackberries (approx. 142 g).

      Carbohydrates in plums

      Plums contain vitamins A, C and K, as well as potassium, copper and manganese.

      They are also rich in antioxidants that can reduce inflammation and protect your cells from free radicals.

      • 100 g of plum contains 46 calories, 1.1 g of fiber, 9.5 g of carbohydrates and 3 g of fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 2 small plums (about 131 g).

      Carbohydrates in blueberries / blueberries

      Relatively low in calories and contains vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese. It is also rich in beneficial flavonoids – polyphenolic antioxidant compounds such as anthocyanins.

      • 100 g blueberries contain 57 calories, 2.4 g fiber, 11.6 g carbohydrates and about 5 g fructose.
      • Recommended serving is 1 cup fresh blueberries (approx. 150 g).

      Examples of recipes with fruits and berries

      Coconut fat bombs with raspberries

      Almond pie with mascarpone and berries

      Chocolate with pomegranate

      Blueberry pie

      Lemon cheesecake

      Conclusions on fruits and berries on keto

      Overall, don’t worry if you feel like pampering yourself with fruit on a keto diet.They are much more nutritious than processed carbohydrate sources and, in moderation, will not have much of an adverse effect on fat burning.

      Use fruits not as a main course or frequent snacks, but as small additions, “seasonings”, etc. For example, they can be a great addition to salads for extra color and flavor, or you can make sugar-free and low-carb jams and canned foods.

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      Thinking of creating a keto diet is your new weight loss solution? Then it’s time to find out what foods you can eat on Keto – and we got you covered!

      According to the Cleveland Clinic, the high-fat keto diet aims to change metabolism from carbohydrates to fat; the theory is that you will then burn fat using ketones for energy rather than glucose.A fatty diet such as these will prevent a spike in insulin levels during meals and will not store fat.

      Then your liver will produce ketones, so your energy will be compensated. Over the course of a few days on the keto program (eating 70-80% fat, 15-25% protein, and about 5-10% carbs), your metabolism is likely to speed up and start losing weight. Focus on a keto diet of good fats that are unsaturated and monounsaturated.

      Related: What Is The Keto Diet And How Does It Work?

      So what foods can you eat on a keto diet? Focus on the things you love, but don’t be afraid to try new things – keto can really open up your taste buds as well as shrink your waistline.We’ve compiled a list of keto foods to help you stay on track.

      Keto dietary products

      Keto dairy products

      1. Butter. You can cook with him on Keto.

      2. Heavy cream. Add it to recipes, not lean varieties.

      3. Plain yogurt. Do it high in fat, but avoid sugary varieties.

      4.Mayonnaise. Sprinkle it on a cheeseburger instead of ketchup.

      5. Sour cream. Use as a sauce with vegetables, avoid low fat content.

      6. Curd. Cottage cheese, which is high in protein and calcium, makes an excellent midday snack.

      7. Cream cheese. Surprisingly delicious with berries! Try it.

      8. Parmesan cheese. Delicious with vegetables for a quick lunch.

      9.Swiss cheese. Contains Protein Punch with 27 grams per serving.

      10. Feta cheese. Make a Greek salad with feta, bell peppers, olives and onions – so good!

      Related: 14 Tips for Eating Keto on a Budget

      11. Cheddar Cheese. Ideal addition to the chef’s salad with egg, ham, chicken, lettuce, onion and dressing.

      12. Brie cheese. Rich in protein and rich in flavor.

      13. Monterey Jack cheese. Combine with scrambled eggs for a different flavor for breakfast.

      14. Mozzarella cheese. Make caprese with tomatoes and dressing and season to taste.

      15. Blue cheese. Add to Ground beef burgers with fresh onions and salad.

      16. Plain Greek yogurt. No need to give up your favorite keto breakfast!

      Related: 35 Low Carb, High Protein Breakfast Recipes

      Sources of Keto Protein

      17.Eggs. Ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner? Delicious omelet stuffed with vegetables.

      18. Salmon. Healthy heart and rich in vitamin D.

      19. Tuna. Tuna salad for lunch on the road is great keto.

      20. Mackerel. If not, try this delicious fish – it can make a great dish.

      21. Molluscs. Steamers with ghee seem like a luxury, not a dietary meal.

      22. Mussels. Another real treat when they are steamed.

      23. Squid. Fry with butter, garlic, onion, parmesan and lime juice.

      24. Chicken. Avoid breadcrumbs, but baked or fried chicken with a large salad is ideal for dinner.

      25. Turkey. From roasted turkey to deep-fried and deli meats, turkey is a great keto option.

      26. Bacon. Eat it with eggs to complete your day off.

      27. Sausage. Any kind will do – delicious with bell peppers and onions.

      28. Goat. If you’re a meat-eater, you can try it if you’re interested.

      29 Liver. If you think you don’t like liver, consider this iron-rich by-product goes well with onions.

      30. Trout. Rich in vitamin B12.

      31. Halibut. An excellent source of vitamin V12 as well as vitamin B6, magnesium and potassium.

      33. Cod. Delicious fried with olive oil and pepper.

      34.Som . Try baking it with butter, cayenne pepper, and lemon juice.

      35. Work-work. Delicious when cooked with lemon juice, basil and pepper.

      36. Quail. It can be fried like chicken.

      37.Duck. The duck could be.

      38. Heart. If You’re Ready for the Challenge … Keto Offal Meat – NORMAL!

      39. Language. Again … if you are ready …

      40. Kidney. Don’t let us stop you!

      41. Chicken. Can be fried like chicken, or …

      42. Goose. Scanning …

      43. Pheasant. Good source of phosphorus and selenium.

      44.Venison. Low in saturated fat.

      45. Steak. Enjoy your favorite slices with salad and / or stews.

      46. Veal. Cook a keto-friendly veal roast with fresh tomatoes and cheese.

      47. Roast beef. Enjoy cheddar cheese and salad.

      48. Ground beef. The keto burger can be added to any number of cheeses or vegetables, as well as seasonings.

      49. Oysters. Try to bake them with cream and cheddar cheese and bacon … A new taste sensation.

      50. Shrimps. Combine with mayonnaise and celery for a simple yet delicious shrimp salad.

      51. Crab. High folate content.

      52. Lucian. Good source of niacin.

      53. Lobster. Enjoy it with Butter – The Big Keto Benefit!

      54.Roast pork. Serve it with seasoned vegetable stews over the weekend.

      55. Pork tenderloin. Excellent lunch leftovers paired with fatty cheese.

      56. Pork chops. Fry in olive oil and season to taste.

      57. Beef ribs. Skip the high sugar barbecue sauce – you may find the meat itself tastes much more satisfying.

      58.Mutton. Fry it with garlic, olive oil and rosemary.

      59. Flounder. An excellent source of vitamin D.

      60. Scallops. Fried in oil – simple and tasty.

      61. Ham. Roast ham slices for a quick and easy dinner, serve with seasoned summer squash – a great combination.

      62. Minced pork. You can use it to make fresh burgers.

      63.Sardines. You can take them with you and have a snack from the can – this is convenient if you like the taste.

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      Keto Diet Oils

      In addition to butter, you can make keto cooking with any of the following ingredients:

      64.Extra virgin olive oil.

      65. Coconut oil.

      66. Avocado oil.

      67. Palm oil

      68. Cocoa butter.

      69. Lard

      70. Poultry fat.

      Related: Here’s What You Should Know About Keto Supplements

      Vegetable Keto Diet

      Any of the vegetables listed below can be used in any combination to make a keto salad with a greasy dressing.Keep in mind that avocados are especially beneficial on keto because they are rich in healthy fats, so enjoy them often.

      71. Avocado

      72. Tomatoes

      73. Onions

      74. Pepper

      75. Cauliflower

      76. Mushrooms

      78. Swiss chard

      79.Collards

      80. Spinach

      81. Bock Choy

      82. Lettuce

      83. Arugula

      84. Broccoli

      85. Broccoli

      85.

      86. Asparagus

      87. Bell pepper

      88. Cucumber

      89. Celery

      90.Summer Squash

      91. Zucchini

      92. Black Olives

      93. Green Olives

      94. Red Olives

      Related: Keto Diet Tips for Beginners

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      fruit diet

      Because you want to limit sugar on a keto diet, most fruits are banned. However, the fruits listed below, especially berries, can be consumed in moderation.Mix the three fruits below for a delicious breakfast, snack, or keto dessert. Top with heavy whipped cream, if desired.

      95. Raspberry

      96. Blueberry

      97. Blackberry

      98. Strawberry

      99. Cherry

      100. Cranberry

      100. Cranberry

      Keto Diet Nuts and Seeds

      The perfect snack to carry with you at all times? A bag of nuts and seeds from the list below.Pick any of the following that you like and mix with a few berries such as cranberries for a keto friendly trail blend.

      102. Almonds

      103. Walnuts

      104. Hazelnuts

      105. Pecans

      106. Chia seeds

      107. Sesame seeds.

      108. Pumpkin seeds.

      109.Hemp seeds.

      110. Flax seeds.

      111. Macadamia nuts

      112. Pecans

      113. Brazil nut.

      114. Cashews

      115. Pistachios

      Related: 24 Simple Keto Dinner Recipes

      Herbs and Spices Keto Diet

      Feel free to add any of the following to your keto recipes or use them for seasoning dishes.

      116. Basil

      117. Oregano

      118. Parsley

      119. Rosemary

      120. Thyme

      121. Coriander.

      122. Cayenne Pepper

      123. Chili Powder

      124. Cumin

      125. Cinnamon

      126. Nutmeg

      127.Lemon juice

      128. Lime juice.

      129. Salt

      130. Pepper

      More keto foods

      131. Dark chocolate. An afternoon slice may seem like a decadent treat, but it’s allowed.

      132. Cocoa. Drink unsweetened.

      133. Coffee. Don’t add sugar and you’re done.

      134. Tea. You also want to quit sugar.

      135. Yellow mustard. Use as a sauce for fish dishes; this is an amazingly tasty combination.

      136. Red wine vinegar. Feel free to add it to recipes as you cook.

      137. Ketchup. Read the label to make sure you are choosing a reduced sugar variety.

      138. Dressing for salads based on mayonnaise. Toss with raw vegetables and season to taste for a side dish.

      139. Horseradish. If you like the taste, go for it!

      140. Hot sauce. You can enjoy this hot as much as you can!

      141. Worcestershire sauce. Can add flavor to almost any meat dish.

      142. Sauerkraut. Make sure the one you choose has no added sugars.

      143. Thousand Island Salad Fat Dressing

      144.Greasy ranch salad dressing.

      145. Fatty French salad dressing.

      146. Fatty Russian salad dressing.

      147. Fat salad dressing with Blue cheese.

      148. Fatty, creamy Italian salad dressing.

      149. Stevia sweetener. The natural choice.

      150. Erythritol sweetener. Another way to naturally pamper yourself with sweets.

      151. Fruit sweetener Monk. Another useful natural sweetener.

      152. Xylitol sweetener. Another great sugar free option.

      153. Shirataki noodles. They are water-based and can really curb hunger – try it!

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      The first thing to know is that the keto diet is !! low carb. In other words, it provides for a radical reduction in the amount of carbohydrates in the diet.You may be wondering: but how can you give up carbohydrates? After all, it is the most important source of energy for everything. Vegetables are a complete part of a healthy keto diet, but people often don’t want to eat fruit during a ketogenic diet? In general, it is best to avoid most fruits other than berries, which can be eaten in moderation. … Or what fruit do you most often use in your recipes? You have 3 options). Tomatoes. On the left is a list of fruits that can be eaten on a keto diet…. On a keto diet, you can consume some raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. Be careful with blueberries, as the carbohydrates they contain are very fast. The keto diet is a special diet that is mainly based on the intake of high-fat meals. What fruits can be eaten on a keto diet, and which ones to refuse. A keto diet means eating foods that are high in content. Are fruits and berries on keto a crime? Yes. It will be difficult for you to stay in ketosis without removing them from your diet. But we have found the answer to the question What to do? Let’s be realistic, few people, when switching to keto, will be able to throw fruits and berries, like Jolie Pitt.N. On a keto diet, it is better to eat berries. Any nutrient can be obtained from vegetables. In the list below, the low-carb berries and fruits that are preferred on the keto diet are located at the top. 1. Raspberries – Half a cup (60g) – 3g carbs. 2. Blackberries – half. List of foods for the keto diet: what to buy. … What fruits can you eat on a keto diet? in LCHF for beginners Keto diet and LCHF with 2 comments. … On a keto diet, we avoid fruits and allow ourselves small amounts of berries.What can you eat on a keto diet? All low-carb foods are suitable for the diet. Your food list should include: Fats. Your keto diet should be high in healthy fats. Fruit = natural candy. On a keto diet, you can occasionally consume some berries and this will not bring you out of ketosis. You may even be able to eat a few cherries or a small plum. Fruit on the keto diet is one of the hottest and most popular topics, and it is very often discussed in.What fruits and in what quantity are allowed. … This makes the question of whether fruit is possible on a keto diet is not entirely correct. After all, it turns out that there should be something like this for unsweetened fruits on a keto diet.

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      The manufacturers of the Keto Dieta complex recommend that you strictly follow the indicated scheme for using the capsules: 2 times a day, half an hour before meals. This use contributes to the greatest assimilation of the active ingredients. Increasing the dose is useless, since it is the systematic use of the drug that matters more. The course of the complex is 30 days. Re-start of the course is possible no earlier than 3 weeks after the end.The number of courses per year, subject to the time window, is not limited. Where To Buy The Keto Diet What Berries Can You Buy? To achieve clear results, you need to take the Keto Diet properly. It is worth reading the instructions first, since everything is precisely spelled out in it. To eliminate excess fat, it is enough to take 1-2 capsules twice a day. They should be taken with a glass of still water at room temperature.

      The keto diet is a high-fat, low-carb diet, the strictest type of low carb high fat diet.On a keto diet, the amount of carbohydrates is limited to 20-25 g per day. This is, for example, 1 apple. But apples on keto are not eaten, as well as cereals, bread, pasta, potatoes, sugar, honey. Can you eat fruit while on a ketogenic diet? In general, it is best to avoid most fruits other than berries. What are your favorite low-carb fruits on keto? If you have fruits / berries in your low-carb diet, which ones do you like the most? Or what fruit do you most often use in yours. What fruits and berries can you eat on a keto diet? List of allowed fruits and berries on a ketogenic diet…. 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 blueberries. Berries on a keto diet shouldn’t be high in starch. You need to remove tangerines, bananas, grapes. … You need to worry not only about whether berries can be on a keto diet and in what volume, but also about the proportion of protein in the menu. You can eat fruit, but you don’t need to. Olena ISLAMKINA tells about simple rules, when and what kind of fruit is it.Yes, now you can buy fruits and berries in the supermarket all year round. But if you were born in Tyumen and your ancestors did just fine without raspberries in November, then there is a high probability. While the keto diet may include some wholesome foods (we’re talking about broccoli), others are banned (eg. Learn more about Dos and Don’ts on keto below. Berries (Limited): Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries) The keto diet is one of the best ways to lose weight, but eating it can be difficult.Most of the calories will come from fat, the list of allowed foods is quite wide, but most of them are difficult to digest. In order for the body to go into. And keto-approved berries. Since berries are too high in carbohydrates and low in fat and protein, it is recommended to consume them with other ketogenic foods or after meals. The keto diet (ketone diet, ketogenic) contributes to more than just weight loss. Recent studies by scientists prove the effectiveness of such a diet, and doctors recommend it for many diseases of the brain and not only.The ketogenic diet is a treatment for Alzheimer’s and. What can you eat on a keto diet? All low-carb foods are suitable for the diet. … Fruits and berries. Most fruits are not allowed to be consumed due to their high sugar content. What you can eat on a keto diet in limited quantities. low-carb berries and fruits (raspberries, strawberries, cherries, currants, blackberries, kiwi) – no more than 200 grams per day. dry wine – once a week, 1 glass. The keto diet requires the right approach. The popularity of the keto diet has been accompanied by misconceptions, and the lion’s share.It is not enough to know what you can eat on a keto diet, it is also important to take into account the correct balance of trace elements and not forget about vitamins. When planning the menu on your own, there is a high risk of shortage or. When you go on a diet, it is clear that you are cutting out certain high-calorie foods such as butter, cheese and meat, preferring fruits and vegetables, which, at first glance, seems to be the right decision. But not everything is so simple. Keto list for Fruits and Berries. … In principle, they can be included in the diet, but without them you would easily manage and not experience a deficit in any.And keto-approved berries. Since berries are too high in carbohydrates and low in fat and protein, it is recommended to consume them with others. A properly composed keto diet menu will help you lose weight in a fairly short time without training without harming your health, breakdowns and hunger. Find out what foods you can eat on a ketogenic diet.

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      What fruits and berries you can eat on a keto diet – full list

      Studying and trying different types of diets, you can get used to the fact that fruits are almost the basis of a diet! But when faced with the keto diet, the inadmissibility of fruit is a frustrating discovery.What, really, is not fruit at all on a keto diet? This issue will have to be dealt with! And, the main thing that you can understand at the very first stages of studying this topic is that fruits are still possible, but not all, not always, and, most importantly, the issue of including fruits in the keto diet must be approached very carefully!

      Why not fruit on keto

      To understand all the futility, and maybe even the harmfulness of fruits on a keto diet, you need to remember the basic principle of ketogenic nutrition.

      Maximum fat, minimum protein and zero or close to zero carbohydrates!

      Now let’s take a look at the composition of one of the most popular fruits – the apple.

      Nutritional value:

      • calorie content – 47 Kcal;
      • proteins – 0.4 g;
      • fats – 0.4 g;
      • carbohydrates – 9.8 g.

      As for the composition. The apple contains glucose (dextrose), fructose and sucrose. These elements are easily digestible carbohydrates.

      Wanting to form a ketotic metabolism in the body, it is at least unreasonable to include foods with such a composition in the diet. Ketone bodies will not be produced if the liver is saturated with glycogen in time.

      The synthesis of ketone bodies in the body occurs in three ways. The reason for the formation of ketosis can be fasting, adherence to special (low-carbohydrate) dietary principles, or the pathology of carbohydrate metabolism against the background of a decrease in the production / non-acceptance of insulin by the body.

      Fasting May Be Cause Of Ketosis

      In addition to the fact that a sufficient or even a large amount of fruits in the diet is associated with an obstacle to the formation of the desired form of metabolism during keto nutrition, it is worth paying attention to the fact that fruits contain a considerable amount of fructose. Is fructose possible on a keto diet?

      It is important! Experts believe that fructose inhibits the production of peptin (the satiety hormone). This means that foods with a high fructose content inhibit the onset of the effect of weight loss in those who strive for this, but continue to eat fruit.

      Right off the bat, the question of whether fructose can be eaten on a keto diet can be answered negatively. No, fructose is not at all a harmless sweetener. This product is absorbed by the body completely, although not immediately. The glycemic index of fructose is low (35). However, fructose raises blood sugar, provokes increased insulin production, and forms the basis for gaining excess weight.

      Elements such as sucrose and glucose have gone far in this regard.

      Diabetes mellitus

      According to experts, glucose or dextrose, like sucrose, fructose, and other types of sugar, increase the risks of obesity, type 2 diabetes, tooth decay and other problems.

      Based on all this, it is not difficult to draw a conclusion. Fruits can be not only useful, but also harmful. And most of the fruit is in the unfriendly keto category.

      What about vitamins

      Vitamins are very necessary for the body! Vitamins are essential for health. But who said that vitamins can only be obtained from fruits? For example, some vegetables contain more (or the same amount) of vitamin C in their composition than “popularized” oranges and lemons.

      Let’s compare! Vitamin C in orange – 60 mg, in cabbage – 60 mg, broccoli – 89 mg, bell pepper – 250 mg.

      Well, not a single vitamin C, as they say! Many vitamins can be obtained from vegetables and berries. There are not few of them, but quite enough. So the question of the acceptability of fruit on keto is more related to taste preferences and the desire to refresh yourself with a sweet gift from nature.

      What kind of fruit can you

      So, whether or not to eat fruit on a keto diet, in fact, everyone decides for himself. For someone, a diet in which fruits are completely excluded is simply impossible due to personal views and preferences.In this case, you will have to assume that fruits on a keto diet are akin to sweets on a different diet. They are, as it were, possible, but very carefully and not often, and very few.

      It is advisable to choose fruits with a low carbohydrate content in the composition.

      Low-carb fruits include the following options:

      orange – 9 g

      kumquat – 9.4 g

      cherry – 10.5 g

      apricot – 9.5 g

      grapefruit – 8.08 g

      This list shows the amount of carbohydrates per 100 grams of product.Based on this, you can calculate the allowable amount of fruit. For example, the weight of one medium apple is approximately 90 grams. Using a simple proportion (9.8 x 90) / 100 = 8.8 g, you can calculate that there are about 8 grams of carbohydrates in one average apple. And, if you separate only half of the apple, then you can consume only 3.5 – 4 grams of carbohydrates.

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      The same calculation should be applied to other fruits. But, for example, counting how many carbohydrates are in a watermelon or melon, you should take into account the weight of the peel.Therefore, it is best to first separate the pulp, weigh the direct weight of the edible portion and calculate.

      It is important to remember that if you give yourself some relief in terms of eating fruits, then you need to choose only low-carbohydrate fruits, take a small amount of fruit for food and only in pure form. Juices – no! Fruit – yes, sometimes. Fruit jams – no! Small slices of fruit – yes, but not always as a forbidden sweetness.

      Which fruits do not suit at all

      There is a list of fruits that are not recommended for almost any diet, not just keto.These are usually those fruits that are high in carbohydrates and low in fiber. This includes fruits with a high starch content.

      This fruit has a definite or basic “No” on the keto diet:

      grapes – 18 g

      mulberry – 12 g

      mandarin – 11.4 g

      Again, everyone makes the final decision for himself or taking into account the recommendations of a specialist in a particular situation. But, if you want to follow a keto diet, it is important to remember that some fruits have no place in a keto diet, since their composition can hardly fit into the BJU balance recommended for a keto diet.

      Best Fruit for the Keto Diet

      Disputes about what the fruits of an avocado are, a vegetable, a fruit or a berry, do not stop to this day! But if you assume that avocado is a fruit, then you can say that it is the friendliest keto fruit!

      Composition of avocado:

        Calories

      • – 160 Kcal
      • proteins – 2 g
      • fat – 14.7 g
      • carbohydrates – 1.8 g

      Perfect balance for keto BJU.

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      However, the avocado flesh hardly tastes like fruit. The consistency of a ripe avocado is oily, the taste is enveloping, closer to a vegetable shade.It’s hard to fall in love with an avocado if you don’t know how and with what to serve it. But, there are many keto recipes based on the tender pulp of this fruit.

      Experts say that avocado is very beneficial for human health, as it contains monounsaturated fatty acids, antioxidants, sterols and, of course, vitamins and minerals necessary to keep the body in shape and prevent the development of pathological processes.
      Whether an avocado is a fruit or a berry, or a vegetable for sure, this gift of nature is good for the keto diet.Therefore, you can safely include avocados in your keto diet, in the absence of individual intolerance to the product.

      What berries can you

      What, what, and berries are a good option for a keto diet! No, they should not be the main part of the diet, but berries may well be included in it. Berries, as a rule, contain a small amount of carbohydrates in the composition.

      strawberries – 6 g

      Physalis – 3.9 g

      blueberries – 6 g;

      strawberries – 7.5 g;

      blueberries – 7.6 g;

      lingonberry – 8.1 g;

      gooseberries – 9.1 g;

      sea buckthorn – 5.7 g

      black currant – 14.8 g.

      red currant – 13.8 g;

      Carbohydrates are indicated per 100 grams of product.

      Berries can be included in the keto diet as a snack. They can and should be used to decorate desserts. On the basis of berries, some sauces and gravies that are not forbidden for keto are made. It should always be remembered that berries on a keto diet are not a staple food. This is a supplement that is not prohibited, but it is acceptable for the keto diet!

      How many strawberries can you eat

      How many berries can you eat while on a ketogenic diet, it is easier to consider the example of strawberries.

      Botanically, strawberry is considered a berry. The pulp of ripe strawberries contains about 6 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams. The exact amount of carbohydrates depends on the degree of ripeness, on the variety, and, slightly, on the climatic and weather conditions of the area where the berry is grown. But, on average, the amount of carbohydrates varies within 5-6 grams per 100 grams.

      When we eat carbohydrates, the pancreas secretes insulin. And the more insulin in the blood, the more signals the body gives to store fat.

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      The average weight of one strawberry is approximately 10-15 grams. Given the standard proportion, it is easy to calculate that one berry contains 0.6 – 0.9 grams of carbohydrates. Those. 10 of these berries will contain only 6-9 grams of carbohydrates. And, if you eat not 10, but 5 berries, which is quite enough for a one-time snack and to decorate a portion, then you can get only 3-4.5 grams of carbohydrates. That will fit perfectly into the BJU balance measured for the keto diet, where the recommended rate of carbohydrates eaten per day should not be more than 50, but better than 20 grams.

      By the way! In some regions, strawberries are called “Victoria”. Most likely the reason for this name is the strawberry variety “Victoria”, which became the progenitor of many varieties of berries. In particular, strawberries are called Victoria in the Penza region and the Volga region.

      Some people do not see the difference between strawberries and strawberries, they confuse these berries. In fact, these are two different varieties of berries. But, nevertheless, strawberries are also not prohibited for use on a keto diet, since they also contain a small amount of carbohydrates in the composition – 6-7 grams per 100 grams.At the same time, strawberries have small berries, and, on the contrary, very large ones – up to 100 grams in weight. This should be taken into account when measuring out the amount of strawberries for a keto snack or other meal.

      A clear difference between strawberries and strawberries.

      What berries are not allowed

      In terms of nutritional value, almost all berries are suitable for use in a keto diet. The exception is goji berries, which contain 43.2 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams. But, there is a list of berries that are completely prohibited for consumption.

      Attention! Do not: wolfberry, belladonna berries, chilibuhu, mancinella, aki.

      But it would hardly occur to anyone to include such berries on the menu. However, care must be taken when choosing berries and fruits. It is important to remember that only those fruits that were grown in an ecologically clean area in compliance with agrotechnical conditions and safety standards can be included in keto and any other diet. Because berries stuffed with chemicals, even if they are at least three times low in carbohydrates, will certainly not be beneficial.

      What about fruit and berry juices?

      While some fruits are allowed on the keto diet, fruit and even berry juices are not allowed! The reason is as follows. Carbohydrates from juice are absorbed quickly, almost instantly. It will take about 10-15 minutes for blood sugar to rise after drinking fruit juice. And, here, at all, there is no difference whether purchased canned juices or freshly squeezed homemade natural ones.

      100 grams of fruit juice contains 10-12 grams of carbohydrates.The glycemic index of the juice is 70 and above. The indicator depends on the original product, the presence of pulp and the content of additives.

      Carbohydrates from juices are absorbed by everything, quickly. The absorption of carbohydrates from fruits and berries is slower due to dietary fiber.

      Important! Nutritionists warn that some juices can be dangerous, and almost all juices are not harmless.

      And since the keto diet is directly related to the need to reduce the carbohydrates consumed to the maximum, fruit juice does not belong in the diet during this dietary practice.

      Dried fruits on a keto diet

      Dried fruits are always included in the list of dietary products! Few would deny that for dietary nutrition, it is often recommended to replace sweets and other unhealthy sweets, namely, dried fruits. However, when it comes to a ketogenic diet, you should always pay attention to nutritional value. And what can be said about dried fruits in this regard?

      For example, prunes have the following KBZHU indicators:

      • Calories – 256 Kcal
      • proteins – 2.3 g
      • fat – 0.7 g
      • carbohydrates – 57.5 g

      Dried apricots contain 52 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams, and dried figs contain 63.7 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams.Therefore, the dietary properties of dried fruits are ambiguous. And on a keto diet, unfortunately, you can’t indulge in dried fruits.

      When on a ketogenic diet, you should always pay attention to nutritional value!

      To summarize, the keto diet involves avoiding high-carb foods altogether or partially. Fruit, for the most part, falls into the category of unfriendly keto foods. Therefore, part of the fruit will have to be completely abandoned.

      The list of permitted fruits for keto can be included in the diet to a limited extent.Many low-carb vegetables and berries can be consumed on keto. And it is they that can be considered full-fledged sources of a complex of vitamins, minerals and bioactive substances necessary for the normal functioning of the body. Juices and dried fruits are not allowed on the keto diet! Also, you should always remember about the rationality factor.

      If you really want fruit, you should make a small exception, but try to adjust this moment to the general requirements of the KBZhU balance.And, it is also extremely necessary to monitor the reaction of the body and control the state of ketosis. And, then, a slice of apple, an added keto cake will not play a negative role in the general list of a keto diet.

      FAQ: Questions and Answers

      Can raisins be on a keto diet? He’s small, isn’t he?

      Raisins can be classified as dried fruits. And it is also made on the basis of grapes forbidden for keto. There are 78 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams of raisins. Better to replace this product with something else.

      Is Pineapple Allowed or Banned for the Keto Diet?

      Pineapple is an ambiguous fruit.It contains 10.5 carbohydrates per 100 grams. This is slightly more than an apple, but less than, for example, a mango. When it comes to such controversial fruits, you need to make a decision with the details in mind. And maybe you can fit a little pineapple into your keto diet.

      Nothing is said in the article about cherries and cherries. Eating these berries on a keto diet?

      Cherries and cherries are not berries. According to botanical characteristics, these fruits are classified as drupes, fruits. They contain 10-12 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams.Cherries and cherries can be included in the keto diet to a limited extent. It is recommended to eat no more than 50 grams of fresh cherries or sweet cherries per day.

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      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 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 grams 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 are quite high in carbohydrates, which is not at all good for those who are on the 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 the vitamins 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.
      Small amounts of fruit are sometimes allowed on the keto diet. 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 are wondering, “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 humans during the 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, it is more difficult for people to cope with the accumulated amount of carbohydrates due to the fact that fruits are available to us 365 days a year.
      Below are two of our very best keto berry recipes that contain the least amount of carbs per serving.
      To learn more about specific topics – such as which fruits or nuts to eat on a ketogenic diet – check out our handy visual guides.
      Very strange. Where, then, to get glucose / fructose, which is vital for the functioning of the brain?
      our body is able to produce 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).
      Essential ??? Then the dead man writes you this answer. Joke. A person who has not taken a spoonful of (tea) sugar in his mouth since the beginning of this year is writing to you. Eaten only lemon from fruit. He also removed other carbohydrates from the diet (starch, lactose, maltose, fructose, cellulose). In general, I do not eat those products where the composition contains more than 1 g of carbohydrates per 100 g of the product. I don’t even eat the products allowed on this site, because I don’t want to count the tablespoons / grams of sugar that I consumed all day.I feel fine, I don’t consider one meal a day a mockery now. Now the headaches that I used to have if I skip lunch are gone … More »
      From my experience I can also share (for those who decided to choose the 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, bruises appeared in the area of ​​the bend of the elbow joint.I think who has plunged deeply into the topic – they will understand what is the matter. For those who are just thinking to put 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 to immediately (for example, once a month) … More »
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