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Feb 7, 2019

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Which veggies should you be eating in #Keto🤷🏻‍♀️

Come learn in this podcast episode about how these veggies will help move metabolic waste through the body, as well as provide necessary electrolytes to you!

4 Categories of Vegetables in the Power Foods Lifestyle

  1. Leafy Greens
  2. Cruciferous Veggies
  3. Water-based Veggies
  4. Miscellaneous Veggies

Do not keep vegetables out too much in keto as this can make the pH in your body go too high. This can result I a bodily condition called Ketoacidosis.

Detoxificaton is key to move the metabolic waste out of the body.

In Keto, try to get 1-2 servings of Cruciferous veggies each day (broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy, kale, Brussels sprouts) -- steaming is best.

What should NOT be eaten in Keto?

CORN, PEAS, BEETS, Carrots should be very minimal

This isn’t a question of if a food is “healthy” or not…” it should be a question of asking yourself:

Is keeping glucose intake and response to food in the blood sugar low?

  • Avoid Canned Vegetables
  • You can do Frozen Vegetables FOR SURE. They’re flash-frozen when picked, so may contain more nutrients.