KETO Diet: Fats, Oil and Protein

Fats and Oil

As stated earlier, FAT and OILS are the most significant elements of KETO Diet.  The ketogenic diet is not just a fat free-for-all,though. While following a ketogenic diet there are certain fats that are better for you than others, although which ones fall into which category may suprise you.

On the ketogenic diet you should eat plenty of saturated fats in the form of meat, poultry, eggs, butter, and coconut; monounsatured fats such as olive oil, nuts, nut butters, and avocado; and natural polyunsaturated fats, such as tuna, salma, and mackerel.

Avoid highly processed polyunsaturated fats, such as canola oil, vegetable oil, and soybean oil. Homemade Mayonnaise is also an easy way to add adose of fat to every meal.

Vegetable oils don’t come from vegetables, so the name is misleading. They are processed from grains such as corn or from other plants such as soybeans. To distinguish these FATs from animal FATs, manufacturers have long referred to them as “vegetable” oil, and that’s how most consumers refer to them as well. As a matter of fact, they are plant-based oils derived from grains and seeds.


As stated, meat poultry, eggs, butter, nuts, nut butters, and fish are also loaded with protein. However,you should stay with the recommended grams for the day else excess protein turn into glucose, which can kick you out of ketosis.

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