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Guide to the Vegetarian Keto Diet

Guide to the Vegetarian Keto Diet

Guide to the Vegetarian Keto Diet

The vegetarian ketogenic diet is a diet free of meat, fish, and fowl flesh that restricts carbohydrates. By eating in this way, we can reap all of the benefits of the ketogenic diet while reducing our carbon footprint, decreasing animal abuse, and improving health.

Read the full guide here:

Comprehensive Guide To The Vegetarian Ketogenic Diet


Keto Recipe: Fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes

Spinach and Cheddar Scrambled Eggs


One-Pan Pepper Jack Brussels Sprouts

Charred Veggie and Fried Goat Cheese Salad

Tropical Chocolate Mousse Bites


Roasted Red Bell Pepper and Cauliflower Soup

Zucchini Ribbons & Avocado Walnut Pesto

Keto Cookies and Crème Ice Cream


See more keto recipes, knowledge and tips on the website to keep your weight loss going strong.

We also make things easy with this 30-day diet plan:

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  1. I’m vegan except for the occasional feta. It hard where I live to get good quality avocados so I rely more on coconut. Milk. Cream. I use a lot of tofu. I’m in Japan.

  2. I’ve done great on Keto for years; but, now I have a daughter visiting that is Vegan, but allows fish and eggs. BUT, she is allergic to avocado, coconut, all nuts, and added stomach mess up to salads. I want to help her enjoy her visit and follow Keto+her allergy ridden vegan and am going “nuts” researching recipes within this strict problem. Thanks for your videos.

  3. I’ve never eaten meat, I find it revolting and so I thought a keto diet was incompatible with my non negotiable vegetarianism. (Many fam members used everything from disappointment to threats to try and make me eat meat as a kid. Only made me pathological about it.) When I got sick after having a baby my sister got me to include chicken stock in food and that’s the closest I can come to eating meat. I also went gluten free and even stopped eating oats bc I found I cut my symptoms in half. But the foods that I’m finding the hardest to give up are rice (I love a sticky jasmine rice), sweet potatoes and beans. One of my fav meals is literally a sweet potato, blk bean Mexican rice. I only feel hungry about once a day, but when I do get hungry I’m ravenous and want beans and rice with cheese. It’s a childhood comfort food. My mom worried about me getting enough protein and would feed me lots of beans and rice. So that’s a tough one. I’m exhausted just thinking about changing my diet again, but I never fully recovered from my illness and it’s gotten worse lately. My fam has a tendency towards high blood sugar, even my sister who eats incredibly healthy, with little sugar or even much in the way of carbs, has high blood sugar. This is a woman who eats kimchi and other probiotics with every meal. She eats kale and chard or spinach every am. She started cutting carbs and all sugar, moving to a more keto type diet, and almost immediately lost weight and saw her sugar and cholesterol levels drop. It got me rethinking keto, especially when she said she was able to do it without eating much meat. I am intimidated though. I also have a child who bc she had to be put on an elimination diet when she was young bc of eczema and severe allergies, gets upset when I bring up a diet change. But she also worries about me a lot and wants me to get better. Anyways I’m glad there are vids like this. Though I think I’m going to have to get over my aversion to avocados, mushrooms and tofu bc I can’t just eat eggs as a protein source. To much egg make me feel sick to my stomach. But at least it’s just aversion with those foods and not the pathological revulsion I feel towards meat.

  4. My mom is on a vegetarian diet and I've been trying to get her to go on keto. Problem is she doesn't like care for cheese, eggs, tofu, fruit, most of the oils you mentioned. She does way too many carbs on average but she has eliminated the junk food at least and I've been sharing my avocados with her every day and pistachios. Little by little she is making positive changes and cut back on her portion sizes and no second helpings.

  5. Hi! Can we eat veg keto if you have high cholesterol? I’ve been told to avoid dairy products but it’s virtually impossible to do keto without these 🙁

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