Are you new to the keto diet and lifestyle and wondering which keto foods to avoid? Check out this handy dandy printable cheat sheet so you never have to guess again!
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Keto Foods to Avoid
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Sometimes when we start a keto diet, it can be overwhelming. We have no idea what keto foods to avoid and what keto foods to eat.
We ask ourselves and other people:
What can I eat?
What can’t I eat?
Is this keto?
Do count net carbs or total carbs?
Sometimes the easier way is to simply be told what you CANNOT eat and then go from there.
Obviously, there are many more non-keto food items than listed here, but these are the heavy hitters and the most common foods that people eat before starting a keto diet.
Make sure to also check out What Foods To Eat List as well!
Now, I practice cyclical keto for many reasons.
RELATED – Benefits of Carb Up Day
On my higher carb days, I will often choose a vegetable from the below list. It is off limits on my regular keto days but is a perfect higher carb option vs a gluten-free piece of bread.
So, just remember that. If you need a higher carb option for your carb up day, choose from the vegetables below.
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What is the keto diet?
The ketogenic (keto) diet is a lifestyle that involves eating high fat, moderate protein and very low carbs. Definitely the opposite of what we’ve all been taught, right?
But it isn’t just that! It is a means to eat HEALTHIER!
It is a way of eating to remove harmful foods and replace them with healthy, whole foods.
This cheat sheet is meant to guide you along that path to a successful keto lifestyle!
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