August 2022

Top 10 Keto Foods for Your Diabetes Diet 

By Aditi Shenai

Here's what you can eat if you have Type 2 Diabetes and are on the keto diet.

Low-Carb Vegetables

Cauliflower, zucchini, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, kale, and bell peppers are low-carb veggies that help you stay in ketosis by reducing your carbohydrate consumption.

Whole Eggs

In a keto diet, eggs are a must-have. They have a low carbohydrate content and are high in protein.


Meats with a high protein content, such as chicken breasts and steaks, aid in ketosis. Although keto is a low-carb, high-fat diet, it does not imply that you should consume a lot of meat.


Anchovies, salmon, tuna, halibut, herring, and sardines are all good choices for a keto diet because they are naturally high in protein and low in carbs.

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Tofu does contain estrogen-like compounds, which can have a long-term effect on hormone levels if ingested in significant quantities. 

Dairy Products

Dairy is allowed on the keto diet because it has few carbohydrates and no added sugar. They include fat, which takes longer to digest and keeps us satisfied for extended periods of time.

Healthy Fats

A keto diet provides a high percentage of calories from fats, which causes your body to enter ketosis. Fatty fish, nuts and seeds, as well as nut butters and avocado, are all good sources of healthful fats.

Nuts and Nut Butters

Nuts are one of the best sources of healthy fats, making them an excellent addition to a keto diet. 


Seeds are another good source of healthy fats that you may include in your keto diet. Carbohydrate content ranges from minimal to substantial.

Low Carb Fruits

Fruits like avocados, strawberries, and watermelon are high in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and are acceptable in a keto diet if consumed in moderation.

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