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Trying to figure out what you can or can’t eat on a diet be a headache at times because you may feel that your options are limited. So today we are talking 15 FOODS you probably didn’t know were ketogenic foods!! Let’s just dive right in and get to it! I’ll see you in the COMMENTS!!

Buffalo Wings (not breaded)

Depends where you go for these, but they typically contain:
no more than 1g of carb
just under 10g of protein, and the same for fat, per one wing (this is just really dependant on where you get them from)

Cheese Platter

*You’d probably want to make your own, but a pre-made cheese platter (on average, for the entire thing) is usually:

50g fat
8g carb
45g protein

Nut Mix (Walnuts, Almond, Brazil Nuts, Macadamias)


18g fat
~4g carb
4g protein


14g fat
6g carb
6g protein

Brazil Nuts

19g fat
3.5g carb
4g protein


21g fat
~4g carb
2g protein

Berries (in moderation)

1 cup:
less than 1g fat
21g carb
3g fiber
1g protein

1 cup:
less than 1g fat
11g carb
2g fiber
1g protein

1 cup:
less than 1g fat
14g carb
8g fiber
2g protein

Heavy Cream/Whipped Cream

Heavy Whipping Cream
1 tbsp:
6g fat
less than 1g carb
less than 1g protein

Whipped Cream

Depends on brand, and isn’t great, but still technically keto friendly:

1 tbsp:
.7g fat
.4g carb
less than 1g protein

(Melted) Baking Chocolate w/ stevia/monk fruit
1 square:
15g fat
9g carb
4.8g fiber
3.7 protein

Cream Cheese

1 tbsp:
5g fat
.6g carb
.9g protein

1 cup:
.4g fat
3.5g carb
1.4g protein

Beef Sticks (Chomps)
1 stick:
6g fat
0g carb
9g protein

Depends on brand again, or if it’s homemade, but the Wholly Guacamole bowl brand has, per 2 tbsp:
6g fat
2g carb
1g protein

Wine/Clear Liquor/Low-Carb Beers
Red (and white) Wine
5 fl oz:
~4g carb

Hard alcohol (Not usually made with added sugars or flavorings, so it’s a good default zero-carb choice.) Tequila, vodka, etc.

Safe Chasers: Diet tonic water, Seltzer water, and Erythritol or stevia instead of sugar

Red: Cabernet Sauvignon (3.8 grams), Merlot (3.7 grams)
Whites: Sauvignon Blanc (2.7 grams), Chardonnay (3.7 grams)


For beers, choose light options like:

Rolling Rock Green Light: 2.4 carbs
Natural Light: 3.2 carbs
Miller Lite: 3.2 carbs

Pork Rinds
9g fat
0g carb
17g protein

Cheese Crisps (whisps)
1 serving (23 crisps):
10g fat
1g carb
13g protein

Peanut Butter (Organic Peanut Butter, Unsweetened & No Salt)
2 tbsp
17g fat
7g carbs
3g fiber
8g protein

Pumpkin Seeds
1 cup:
12g fat
34g carb
12g fiber
12g protein


Chia pudding
Cream cheese cookies
Low carb onion rings
coconut flour, eggs, whipping cream, pork rinds and parmesan cheese
Fudge fat bombs
(keto) pigs in a blanket
almond flour, egg, cheese, and baking powder
Lemon bars

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