Updated Jun 20th, — Written by Craig Clarke. When people are new to the ketogenic diet, they often wonder what type of foods they should and could eat while restricting carbs. Use our recommendations below to get an idea of the best alternatives for common high-carb ingredients and what foods you can replicate while going the low-carb route. Alternatively, you can make your diet transition even easier by using our Keto Academy Program with keto meal plans, shopping lists, expert guidance, and much more. Typically when we talk about breakfast on a ketogenic diet, we think bacon and eggs. For a sugary yogurt replacement, you can sub in full-fat Greek yogurt, full-fat cottage cheese, sour cream, or you can even make your own coconut milk yogurt. Instead of making your own cereal, you can always have a low-carb alternative.
It has 8 grams of fat, 5 grams of carbs, and 8 grams of protein. Switch out fruit juices for low-carb smoothies and tea. Not a bad way to start the day. I love yogurt and this is a real game changer. This will be a hit for the kids and the inner child in all of us! In one study, men who ate 2 tablespoons 30 ml of coconut oil per day lost 1 inch 2. The short answer: Absolutely, as long as it’s the right kind and the right serving size. Anyway I wanted to mention that when my kids were growing up I made yogurt often.
Ty much!! I used Yogurt brand which is 1 carb per 2 tablespoons and 60 calories a serving. What, half of their carbs come from fiber, so their digestible carb content is good low. Most vegetables contain very few net carbs. To learn more about how to mix and replace different keto flours, read through our keto to keto flour substitutions. YQ yogurt is diet filtered to remove almost all the carbs. Want some blueberry muffins?