What is Keto Resource?
Keto Resource is a resource for Ketogenic dieters and people who want to learn more about this type of eating regimen. It will give you the best information on how to plan your meals, prepare recipes, track your progress and if you wish it will also help with meal prepping.
We know that being on a diet can be hard and you need support. That is why we are working with Ketogenic Dieters to help them provide the best information out there about what it takes to succeed in this way of eating.
The following is the food list that we use to provide our subscribers with information they need in order to be successful when eating on a ketogenic diet. This list is currently being updated with new foods and will change over time as more are added to the keto food list.
Below you can find a sample of what our subscribers have found helpful in their day to day meals but remember this is not all inclusive so feel free to add any foods you find helpful to your own list.
The following is a list of foods that contain macro and micro nutrients that are not only needed by keto dieters but also provide vital vitamins, minerals, and fiber what we call “nutrients”. Please note this is not all inclusive so feel free to add any foods you find helpful to your own list.
What foods does Keto Resource recommend eating?
Beets – Beet root is a very low-carb vegetable and one of the most healthful foods you can eat. It contains more than 60 vitamins and minerals, many of which your body needs to stay healthy. Both the red and white varieties are full of fiber, which helps lower cholesterol.
Bok Choy – A low-carb vegetable that is known for its high levels of calcium and vitamin C, as well as being a great source of antioxidants. Bok choy provides more than 100 percent of the RDA for vitamin K and potassium.
Broccoli – Broccoli is a low-carb vegetable that is high in fiber, vitamin C, and calcium. It’s also rich in antioxidants and contains other essential nutrients such as iron, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
Cauliflower – This versatile vegetable has the most number of health benefits of any other vegetable. It is a great source of fiber, vitamin C, and many minerals.
Celery – Celery has the second-highest level of vitamin K in vegetables after kale. It’s also very high in vitamins A and C, as well as many B vitamins and potassium. Celery is full of fiber, which helps you to feel fuller longer while also helping regulate blood sugar levels and reducing the risk of heart disease.
Cucumber – High in water content, cucumbers are a low-carb vegetable that’s rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. They’re a great snack that’s high in fiber and helps reduce risk of heart disease, stroke, and some cancers.
Egg – A source of protein with 9 grams per egg, eggs are a low-carbohydrate food that are also rich in vitamin D, B12, choline, and lutein.
Fennel – Fennel is a member of the celery family that’s high in vitamin C, folate, calcium, and potassium. It also contains fiber – one of the main reasons why it can help lower cholesterol.
Garlic – Rich in antioxidants, garlic is a low-carb food that’s high in vitamins A and C. It also contains many other important nutrients, such as lycopene, potassium, selenium and magnesium.
Green Beans – Green beans are rich in fiber – one of the main reasons why it can help lower cholesterol. They contain many other important nutrients, such as folate and potassium.
Lettuce – A low-carb food that’s rich in vitamin C, lettuce is a great source of fiber. It also contains lots of iron as well as vitamins K and B6. Lettuce is also a great source of magnesium and potassium.
Mushrooms – Mushrooms are a low-carb food that’s high in fiber, vitamin B6, copper, manganese, calcium and selenium. They also contain many other important nutrients such as thiamin, zinc, and phosphorous.
Onions – Onions contain a lot of nutrition; they are rich in vitamin B6 and fiber. They’re also high in selenium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. Eating onions may help reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Peppers – Peppers are a great low-carb vegetable that’s high in fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. They also provide many other important nutrients such as folate and iron.
Brown rice – A low-carb food that’s rich in fiber, rice is a great source of iron and many other nutrients. It also contains thiamin, niacin and magnesium as well as vitamins B1, B3 and K.
Spinach – Spinach is a low-carb vegetable that’s high in fiber – one of the main reasons why it can help lower cholesterol. It’s also rich in many other nutrients such as iron, calcium and vitamins A and C.
Tomatoes – Tomatoes are a popular low-carb food that’s high in fiber – one of the main reasons why it can help lower cholesterol. They also contain many important nutrients such as iron, vitamin C and potassium.
Turnip – Turnips are a low-carb vegetable that’s high in fiber. It also contains lots of iron as well as vitamins K and B6.
Watercress – This leafy green is rich in many nutrients such as calcium, thiamin and vitamin C. Watercress also contains many other important nutrients such as potassium, magnesium and iron.
Zucchini – Zucchinis contain lots of fiber which is one of the main reasons why it can help lower cholesterol. They are also high in vitamins A and C, folate, and thiamin.
What information does Keto Resource contain?
Keto Resource contains several articles from a variety of sources. Some of the information contained within this website is provided by external resources and not necessarily endorsed or supported by the authors that provide them.
Keto Resource contains a wide range of content, including videos, infographics, diet plans, articles and much more. Our goal is to provide resources that are easy-to-understand and easy to implement into your diet.
How long have you been on keto? What inspired you to begin this lifestyle change?
I’ve been on Keto for about a year now, but I began researching keto after I hit a road block with high blood sugar. I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis (more commonly known as hypothyroidism). This is often brought on by auto-immunity to the thyroid gland, which leads the body to attack itself and cause fatigue, weight gain and bulging eyes.
I’ve known for a while that I wanted to start experimenting with keto since it has such amazing benefits (low inflammation, low carbs!), but I had never actually gone full-blown “keto” until about 6 months ago. Because of my condition, I was on a pretty strict diet that consisted of only 1-2 cheat meals per month. However, after some research and testing out this new lifestyle daily (and learning about the benefits of intermittent fasting), I realized how much better it would be for me to go full-blown with keto! I’m hoping that one day I can be 100% keto, but for now I feel so much better than ever on it.
I also want to give a big shout out to my mom who has been so supportive of me in this journey. She is the person who told me about Keto Resource and has been one of my biggest supporters since I first started experimenting with keto. She even helped me create a meal plan that we have made together, which is always something she does for my dad when he gets sick.