Ketogenic Diet Low Carbs Foods – The Full List!

Hello fellow keto-nians! We are back with a down to basics list of low carb foods that all keto folk should have stocked up in their fridge:

 

Meats

Grilled/rotisserie chicken

Pork

Deli meats

Beef

Fish

 

Please note with all meats, having seasonings or sauces can heavily affect overall carb counts for meals. For those who use pre-made meats such as sausages or burgers, consult the packaging for carb counts as additives may affect their carb counts. Breakfast sausages and deli meat are notorious for having hidden carbs so pay close attention.

 

Vegetables/Fruits

Cauliflower

Tomato

Eggplant

Olives

Spinach

Chard

Romaine/Iceberg lettuce

Cabbage

Kale

Broccoli

Asparagus

Avocado

Bell peppers (in small quantities)

Mushrooms

Zucchini

Cucumber

Celery

Brussel sprouts

Onion (in small quantities)

Garlic (in small quantities)

Blackberries/Blueberries/Strawberries/Raspberries (in small quantities)

 

Meat Substitutes/ Vegetarian Friendly Protein

Tofu (only 2 grams carbs for 100g of tofu)

Eggs

 

Cooking Oils/Fats

Coconut oil

Olive oil

Butter

 

Dairy

Heavy whipping cream (35%)

Cheese

Cream cheeses

Butter

 

Nuts

Brazil nuts

Almonds

Walnuts

Pecans

Macademia

Peanuts (small quantities)

 

Sauces/Spreads/Condiments

Walden Farms sauces

Mustard

Mayonnaise

Lower carb rubs

Sugar free sauces

Creamy salad dressings (caesar/ranch)

Sugar free barbeque sauces

 

This list is somewhat extensive but there are exceptions to every rule. Onions, garlic, berries and peppers can break your carb bank quickly if you are not careful with portions. Keep your proteins moderate, your fats up and your carbs limited in your meals and you’ll create the perfect dish. Keto on!

 

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