Zero Carb Food List that Keeps Keto and Ketosis Simple


Keeping carbs low is the key to keto diet success. When carb intake is too high, we simply cannot enter ketosis and experience the unique benefits of keto.

However, this doesn’t mean that you have to rigidly track your carb intake at all times. In fact, many keto dieters are able to stay in ketosis by using one simple strategy: Eating mostly keto-friendly foods that have little to no net carbs (i.e., digestible carbs that reduce ketone production).

Although it may seem like carbs are hiding around every corner when you first start your keto weight loss journey, there are hundreds of delicious options that have zero or almost zero net carbs as well. To help you figure what these foods are and make keto as easy as possible, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of zero carb and almost zero carb foods for your convenience.

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  3. I’m petite and have a low kcal allowance to begin with. Just started keto, and I’m struggling to stay at 5% carbs (15g) 😭. I’ve set myself at 20g now, and will adjust as keto becomes easier to understand and follow. 1lb/week weight loss = 1200kcal/day. Any suggestions or tips are welcomed. Fat/grease (including coconut oil and mct oil) seem to pass through me really quickly (same goes for spinach and baby mixed greens, which has been the case before keto) – is this normal? Does this eventually change?

  4. Cutting out refined sugar is mostly what you need to do to live a Keto lifestyle. Cultures that eat mostly carb-rich foods, but very low sugar content have a lower rate of obesity and insulin resistance than cultures that eat moderate amounts of sugar. Hence the reason people who eat traditional Asian diets, which are very rice-heavy, have extremely low fat percentages.


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