Zero Carb Food List that Keeps Keto and Ketosis Simple 2023

Keeping carbohydrates low is the essential to success. When carbohydrate consumption is expensive, we merely can not go into ketosis and experience the unique advantages of .

However, this does not mean that you have to rigidly track your carbohydrate consumption at all times. In truth, many keto dieters have the ability to remain in ketosis by using one easy strategy: Eating mainly keto-friendly foods that have little to no net carbohydrates (i.e., absorbable carbs that lower ketone production).

Although it might look like carbohydrates are concealing around every corner when you initially begin your keto weight loss journey, there are numerous delicious alternatives that have absolutely no or nearly absolutely no net carbohydrates too. To help you figure what these foods are and make keto as easy as possible, we have actually assembled the ultimate list of absolutely no carb and practically for your convenience.

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  1. I have seen several videos dealing with the Keto diet, but this one was simple, plain, and had enough information to be quite useful. I have tried to adopt the Keto diet but find that carbs are hard to avoid and somewhat addictive…at least for me. For those times when I get a real craving, especially between meals, I try to keep vegetables like olives, radishes, green peppers, or celery on hand.

    1. Sugar specifically is very addictive and has shown signs of withdrawl in the brain, so you’re definitely not along on that one. I appreciate the kind words about the video, thank you!

      If you’re really wanting to go keto, I think going cold turkey is usually best. Avoid all sweeteners (even keto-friendly ones) for 3-4 weeks and the cravings and withdrawls will go down significantly. Sounds like you already have some great veggies on hand to help out with that!

    2. Try Saint agur blue creme and use celery as a dip if you must snack. Ingredients are cheese 50%, milk, water, milk proteins, emulsifying salts, lactic acid. Its basically a blue cheese dip, and 3.7 carbs for the whole 150g pot. I can’t eat a whole pot & I’m 4 + years on keto.

  2. Please add Bocha/Sweet to your sweetener list–it is the most wonderful of all and I have tried everyone on your list.

  3. The article linked and referenced to is one of the most helpful and easy-to-understand articles about Keto I’ve ever read, thank you so much!!!

    1. Thank you so much! We put a lot of time, effort, research, and information into each and every article we write. Really glad you enjoyed it!

  4. 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?

  5. Best list I have gotten so far. I have looked at hundreds. This one is simple and easy….I have a busy life style. I work in an operating room and have basically no time to sit and guess what’s what in the Keto world. This is perfect…THANK YOU!!

    1. So now you only eat fish and meat? I love salads, leafy greens, veggies and fruit. But it seems these are all things I am not allowed to eat anymore. How can you afford eating meat and fish 3 times a day??

    2. @S N – You don’t have to eat 3 times a day. Meat and fats satisfy hunger. You’d be surprised how much money you can save when not eating processed junk.

    3. @nadogrl I don’t eat any processed junk! I do eat a Gluten-free pizza (processed) 4-5 times per year. Otherwise clean eating.

  6. PLEASE dive into the “vegetable broth” in the tuna-in-water ingredient list. I did years ago and have only bought tuna in oil since then. I asked manufacturers for an ingredient list for the broth and NO ONE would provide it but one said it varies and can include peas and other legumes (the fact that “it varies” in itself is disturbing to me). I now only buy Genova brand tuna in olive oil (ingredients: tuna, olive oil, salt) because other brands in oil usually use soy and/or canola. Genova is more expensive, around $2.75 per can, but It’s delicious and I trust the ingredients. It’s worth it to me.

    1. Interesting. I’ve read that the olive oil in canned fish can be very low quality. We just do our best.

    2. @Noor we have been catching tuna that way since Jesus walked the earth. I do my best in other ways to help the environment but I am not going without tuna. Many human beings are fishermen and rely on their jobs to survive. Have families to support and feed. Dolphins are beautiful but all life is. If you choose to not purchase tuna that’s terrific but don’t judge or tell others how to live. I feel the same way about honey and palm oil. Many things society doesn’t think about.

    1. @World Culture & Natural Landscapes No, ketosis is not dangerous. There’s a condition called ketoacidosis that can be dangerous (this only happens to Type 1 diabetics, though). If you’re a type 1 diabetic, you are likely keeping an eye on your sugars and ketone levels. If you’re not a type 1 diabetic, then you do not need to worry about this as you can produce insulin.

  7. Forget items that are labeled “keto”. Just eat un-processed meats such as beef, chicken, and fish, and lots of green vegetables. Cook everything in butter, avocado oil, or coconut oil.

    1. @RuledMe What is a macro? Please help. I’ve lost 15kgs but need help with the next 15kgs. I want to understand as much as possible about food going forward.

    2. Not good for people like me who are allergic to egg whites and all nuts. It’s hard for us to do keto

    3. @Christine Guttilla Hey, it’s YT. What do you expect. Despite the legal teams attempts to keep it real, it’s full of BS and misinformation and crazy peeps just needing a reply.

  8. Generally-speaking, this is good information, thank you for that. The main thing I would disagree with / advocate against are “canned-meats” as the canning -process innately introduces a Lot of nitrites as well as various other unhealthy preservatives into the organisms of people who are trying to eat as healthy as possible, due to conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and others.

    1. I disagree with you. If someone is obese and diabetic and killing them self with sugar and carbs you better believe unhealthy keto is way better than what they were doing. I am down 70 lbs and my a1c is at a healthy number . I have to pick my battles.

  9. I was advised to portion my plate 1/2 non starchy veg, 1/4 protein, 1/4 fat BEFORE cooking. That should keep carbs minimal without having to count.

  10. There are lots of cheeses that satisfy the less than 1g carbs per 100g
    – Blue cheeses are usually at 0/100
    – “Buffalo” Mozzarella is 0/100
    – Camembert should be 0/100
    – Brie 0.5/100

    There are many others, but it also depends on which brand you get.
    Some brands add sugar/carbs, especially the cheaper ones.

    1. Yes but everything, which is processed, contains carbs and sometimes sugar because of the processing preservatives, so eating processed cheese will still feed your body with some (hidden) carbs as an addition to your calculated carbs.

    2. @Fayaz Ali Shah Agreed, That’s why I would suggest only getting proper cheese from the list i made and to stay away from the cheap processed stuff.

    3. If its made from milk it’s got lactose in it which turns to glucose in the body I’ve got insulin resistance so I have limit my consumption even lactose free milk only has slightly less carbs than normal milk cream has even more.

  11. Week 5 of Dirty Keto. Complete newbie on this way of eating. Watched lots of YouTube videos, made notes. Down 15 lbs. Feel great. No cravings ( sugar was a biggie).
    Some great products out there and recipes. Thanks. 🇨🇦

    1. Dude, sugar is kind of like a drug. Like, you eat an abundance of it and suddenly its like you have to have it, but once you deny your cravings enough you dont want it. I used to drink three sodas a day, i tried to drink a sip of my friends coke and i had to have a chaser it was so bad lmao

    2. @Dolphin Girl Make sure you’re following your macros. Simply eating low carb doesn’t always equate to weight loss. You need to make sure you’re eating to your macros and not over-eating on calories still.

  12. After about 5 years of keto, I’ve moved on to mostly carnivore. My daily meals are typically composed of some combination of ground beef, eggs, cheese, high quality canned fish (tuna, sardines), and the occasional pork skin.

    1. @Mike Malick I will occasionally eat things like roasted brussel sprouts. I do use aromatics for flavoring, etc. My best estimate is that long term I get ~90% of my calories from some sort of animal product.

    2. @Mike Malick 5’11” 240 then, 180 now, 15% BFR…64 years old. 3 MI’s convinced me to try keto which morphed into mostly carnivore. I eat a fair amount of roasts, rib eyes, etc. with about 2 – 3 meals a month where I eat whatever I feel like.

    3. ​@Jaye Bass Thats funny because I am 63 years young 1st of August this year I was 238 now I am around 200. I have been stuck at this weight for 10 weeks now eating healthy keto. I believe I am eating too much fat and that is why I have been stuck. When I eat salads I put 8+ tablespoons of oil and cheese. Are you eating grass fed meat?

    4. @Mike Malick Backing off fat is the easy button for losing weight on keto. Use the extra fat to ween yourself off of carbs, then when you hit a plateau peel back the fat intake. I keep grass fed ground beef on hand but the rest of it is just choice or prime cuts at my local grocery store.

  13. I just discovered your channel. Awesome. Quite right, glycogen is stored in the liver. However, it is also stored in all forms mammalian muscle meats from where it can be easily mobilised when required for exercise.

  14. New sub here. I needed some recipes for next month because I am getting back on keto after 2 months of caving into my carb addiction. I have had only 4 days of really clean eating and already my arthritis pain is gone, as are all my allergy symptoms. It is summer here in Chile and I had been suffering with a horrible cough and runny nose.
    Anyway, I love this channel and your recipes look so good and easy. Thank you for your hard work and motivating information.

  15. I just discovered your channel, Ma’am. You have a beautiful delivery of the language. No nonsense or silliness. Can’t wait to see more of your content. Keto has been great to me so far. Thanks again.

  16. For the processed meats I have found that you just have to make sure that you watch your portion sizes I mean if you’re counting your carbs you certainly can count the carbs from anything you get that’s processed as far as meat… I have a food scale I count everything I’ve been doing it for many many years once you get used to it its second nature

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