So you’ve decided to kick off your weight loss journey and try the Ketodiet.
You want to get started but you’re not sure what foods qualify as being part of the keto diet and meal plans.
First off, What is the Ketogentic diet? The Ketogentic diet is a very low-carb, moderate protein and high-fat diet. In order to follow the diet you must decrease your carbohydrate intake and replace it with fat. By decreasing your carbohydrate intake, you use fat rather than carbohydrate as a primary energy source.
It can be anxiety provoking to start a new diet because you want to stay on track. So many diet plans can be confusing what foods you can and cannot eat.
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To save you from confusion and frustration, I’ve put together 5 simple lists full of foods you can eat while on the Keto diet.
2.NUTS & SEEDS
- Brazil nuts
- Macadamian nuts
- Chia seeds
- Flax seeds
- Pumpkin seeds
- Sesame seeds
4.NATURAL FAT, HIGH FATS & OIL
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
5.VEGETABLES THAT GROW ABOVE GROUND
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