If you’re new to Keto or low carb, it can be overwhelming to look at all the information out there. There are so many rules, and macros, and numbers, but at the end of the day, what can you eat on Keto? That’s all any of us wants to know – the food.
That’s the most important part, right?
The crazy thing about all of this is that Keto is actually very simple at its core. So if you’re wondering, “What Can You Eat On Keto?”, keep reading.
Not only do I have a TON of recipes to make Keto delicious, but I’ve put together a four-week plan on how to ease into Keto, and have even created a handy chart you can print (for free!) to hang on your fridge or to help you shop to make it simple.
What Can You Eat On Keto?
I have been living a Keto lifestyle for a while now, and I have zero regrets. Once you get used to how to eat the foods you love, it’s so simple and makes “dieting” easy.
What can you eat on Keto?
Well, that’s pretty simple: meats, cheese, non-root vegetables, oils/fats, eggs, protein shakes, and fat bombs.
There are more details to it, but that’s basically what you need to remember.
Check out my How to start a Keto diet post here for weekly keto meal plan outlines, for information on how to calculate macros, and other great keto tips.
To make it easiest for you, I’ve written several posts so you can jump in where you feel like you need to.
Read this post if you’re brand new to Keto and need to know the basics. It will help you understand Keto and the basics of the diet.
Read this post if you’ve done Keto before, but need help getting back on track (and the fastest way to make that happen!)
If you have read too much information, and feel overwhelmed and just want answers to questions like, “What Can You Eat On Keto?”, then read this post.
If you’re ready to jump in and want to start, read this for your first week’s meal plan.
If you’ve already done your first week of Keto, and you’re ready for week 2, read this post.
If you’ve finished your first two weeks of Keto already (hooray!) then you’re ready for week three’s meal plan – so read this post.
If you’ve already done weeks 1-3 of Keto and you’re ready to jump into week four, read this post. You will also learn the easy way to calculate macros in this post, so you can maintain ketosis long-term. If all that sounds like you, then read this post!
If you want some amazing recipes that are Keto friendly – I have SO MANY (more than 200)! I’m talking bread, desserts, meals, snacks, protein shakes, fat bombs – THE WHOLE BIT! Click HERE to see all my Keto recipes (and then bookmark that page so you can come back to it often!)