Is a Vegan Ketogenic diet Possible ?

Even the higher carb nuts have a modest carbcontent overall, like pistachios that come in around 67% fat, 20% carbs and 13% protein [8]. This is pretty close to a vegan ketogenic ratio.

Cacao nibs. Not the most popular snack. This is probably due to the fact that they has no digestible carbs and are very bitter. Nearly all of their calories come from fat [9]. Lets just say they’re an acquired taste.

cacao vegan keto

Pro tip: most people will find cacao nibs to be more palatable when mixed into a salad or some other dish with other flavors and taste to soften the bitterness. Get creative, give it a try.

Remember when acai berries were all the rage? Are they still God’s fit? In any case, they’re surprisingly fatty, coming in around 71% fat, 23% carbs and 6% protein [10].

Avoid or minimize starchy and sugary plant foods

This is difficult. Your priority will be to avoid fruit. It’s delicious, requires little to no preparation, it’s nearly always portable and so lends itself to snacking. Nearly all (commercially available) fruit will have thus have to be avoided due to its very high carb content.

For instance, (ripe) bananas are about 3% fat, 93% carbs and 4% protein [11]. They’re not a good fit for a vegan ketogenic diet. Neither are mangos, since they’re about 3% fat, 94% carbs and 3% protein.

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