Most of what we ordinary people eat during their daily diet can be divided into:
Sugar, starch, fat, protein, vitamins, other.
The staple food we usually eat: rice, noodles, and cakes are basically made from starch.
The Ketogenic diet is a low-sugar, low-protein, high-fat diet. (usually fat intake accounts for more than 80% of total calories) moderate protein diet. If you want to begin a Ketogenic diet, you must begin to pay attention to what nutrients are eaten. The following is a list of some Ketogenic foods that you can use for reference.
Herbivore and Wildlife
Grass-eating meat (beef, mutton, goat, venison)
Wild fish and seafood (avoiding farmed fish)
Ranch pork and poultry, forage eggs (avoided pork, OMEGA6 is too high)
Butter, (these are all healthy OMEGA3 fatty acids)
Herbivore organs (liver, heart, kidney, etc.)
* Avoid sausages and hot dogs, meat with sugar or starch sauce
Saturation (lard, butter, chicken fat, duck fat, goose fat, clarified butter/ghee, butter, coconut oil)
Monounsaturated (avocado, macadamia and olive oil)
OMEGA3, especially animal sources (fat fish and seafood)
Green leafy vegetables (beets, spinach, lettuce, leeks, lettuce, etc.)
Celery, asparagus, cucumber, pumpkin, bamboo shoots, okra, bean sprouts
Mushrooms and Fruits
Cruciferous vegetables (cauliflower, cauliflower
Eggplant (eggplant, tomato, pepper)
Root vegetables (onions, leeks, onions, garlic, mushrooms, winter melon, pumpkin)
Berry (blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, cranberry)
Beverages and Condiments
Coffee (Bulletproof coffee: black coffee + salt-free herb milk oil + MCT oil)
Mayonnaise, mustard, pesto, bone soup
Kimchi, fermented food (sauerkraut)
* The above is for your own production, without additives
Spices and herbs
High quality Protein
* It is suitable to add 20% of “good quality protein” to the diet everyday, like low-mercury-contaminated fish, grass-fed cattle and sheep, grazing eggs, hydrolyzed collagen, colloids, and non-polluting concentrated whey.
Full fat yogurt, cheese, cream
* Avoid “low fat” products, most with sugar and starch, over-processed
Please note preservatives and added starch (If you eat enough antioxidants, nitrates are acceptable)
Nuts and Seeds
Nuts (Hickory, Almonds, Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Pine Nuts, Flax Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Sunflower Seeds)
Fermented Soybean Products
Non-genetic and fermented soy products (natto, lecithin, traditional soy sauce)
Red wine, white wine, spirits (without sugar)
In addition, not all people apply the Ketogenic diet! If you have diabetes, kidney disease or other special health problems, you should consult a doctor’s diagnosis and diet advice; even those who are in good health, it is recommended to follow the dietist dietary prescription In order to achieve better results.