Fruits that are Safe on a Keto Diet

Fruits that are Safe for a Keto Diet. List of top fruits we can have on a ketogenic diet. Low Carb keto friendly fruits. Also learn about fructose, glucose, liver glycogen & ketones.

Welcome friends, Let me ask you a few questions-
Are you a fruit lover?
Or Do you have craving for fruits?
and finally… are you looking for an answer to the question ”Can we have fruits on Keto Diet”?
If your answer to any of these questions is Yes… then I have good news for you- Yes we can definitely have fruits on Keto Diet

Most of the fruits are loaded with Sugar and Carbohydrates…this does not mean that we cannot have fruits on a keto diet. But we have to be very selective when we are planning to have them on low carb diets. Today we will go through 5 low carb fruits that we can have on a ketogenic diet. A better understanding of fructose and glucose helps you understand if we can have fruits on a ketogenic diet. So please do read about these along with liver glycogen and its role in maintaining the ketogenic level. Fruits and berries on a ketogenic diet.

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