Recommended and not recommended foods Recommended and not recommended foods

Recommended and not recommended foods

Here is the main list of foods that you should get used to eating every day:

  • Meats (preferably grass-fed, organic, and pasture-raised): beef, pork, lamb, bison, and chicken
  • Salmon and other fish (preferably wild)
  • Eggs
  • Berries: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cranberries
  • Vegetables: zucchini, asparagus, spinach, lettuce, leafy salads
  • Nuts
  • Greek yogurt and whole plain yogurt
  • Butter and ghee
  • Coconut, olive, and flax oils
  • Avocado
  • Sugar substitutes for your tea and coffee: stevia, monk fruit extract, xylitol, Splenda

Try to avoid these foods:

  • Soft drinks and sodas
  • Commercial baked goods (cakes, cookies, etc.)
  • Ice cream
  • Sweets
  • Fruit juices
  • Bread and pasta
  • Processed foods high in trans fats (fast food, margarine)
  • All refined vegetable oils (canola, soy, grape-seed, corn, sunflower)
  • "Low-Fat" or "Diet" foods

If you decide to substitute an ingredient in a recipe, please replace it with a food item with a similar nutritional value. 

The meal plan is a fat-rich, low-carb eating plan. This plan is distinctive for its exceptionally high-fat content, typically making up to 70% to 80% of total daily calories. We suggest following this plan until the desired amount of weight is lost.

How does it work?

The Keto diet causes ketones to be produced by the liver, shifting the body's metabolism away from glucose toward fat utilization. When you eat food high in carbs, your body produces glucose and insulin. While glucose is used as the primary energy source, insulin secretion is created to regulate your bloodstream glucose levels. Insulin is also responsible for storing fat in our body, and if your body produces too much of it, you'll gain weight.