People can choose from a wide range of nutritious, low carb snack options that fit into a keto diet.
However, it is important to speak to a doctor or registered dietitian before making any significant changes to your diet. This helps ensure that you are getting enough essential nutrients.
The last thing you need is to drastically reduce your caloric intake and compensate by overeating later.
Grocery Store Friendly Keto Snacks
2 tablespoons of natural peanut butter, with no added sugar, contain 7 g of carbs, 8 g of protein and 16 g of fat
Per 100g serving of olives provides 14 g of fat, 1.2 g of dietary fibre and 900 milligrams of sodium (enjoy in modiation due to the high salt content)
-Nuts and Seeds (Options include Almonds, Walnuts, Sunflower seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds and chia seeds)
-Avocados, a single avocado contains 44.6 g of fat, 6.08 g of protein and 20.4 g fiber
-Eggs, one large egg contains 6.29 g of protein and 5.3 g of fat and 1.1 g of carbs
-Cheese, a serving cheddar cheese contains 3.89 g of protein and 5.66 g of fat and <1 g of carbs
-Greek Yogurt, Plain full fat greek yogurt provides protein and fat and is relatively low in carbs
-Celery Sticks, 110 g of celery — or about nine celery sticks contains around 3 g of carbs.
-Berries raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries provide fiber and antioxidants. (Consume in moderation as fruit does contain natural sugars and higher in carbs)
-Sliced Cucumbers: Cucumber is another popular salad vegetable. It contains many essential nutrients, including vitamin K. Cucumber is also suitable for the keto diet, as its carb content is just 3.63 g per 100 g.
If you're in a hurry and don't have time to shop for keto ingredients and constantly read nutritional labels.
Check out our comprehensive range of Savoury Keto Snacks and Sweet Keto Snacks
All our keto snacks have been reviewed and compiled to ensure they are keto friendly and contain less carbs and sugar comparied to store bought snacks.