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Shop in one place for all of your keto snack needs. Whether it’s a weekday handbag snack on the run, Friday night movie snacks, or a slow Sunday salty, fatty combo you’re after, we’ve got you sorted with our curated collection of the highest quality keto snacks in Australia. Combining the best ingredients with science, these small, local businesses specialise in a couple of key products, making sure that you get the right results!

Selecting a range of flavours and options for each snack product, we recommend getting a couple of flavours on rotation to ensure you never get bored of snack time again.

Our low carb foods can also be incorporated in your larger meals, whether you are crumbling a seedy cracker onto a salad, or blasting a fat bomb into your morning peanut butter shake – the limit stops only at your imagination!

We pride ourselves on speedy shipping straight to your door, so you can jet in and out of the fruit and veg shop and the butcher, and have your snacks ready to roll the minute you get home!

We support local Australian businesses by bringing them all together in one dynamite collection!

Frequently Asked Questions

What snacks can you eat on a keto diet?

There are so many fantastic snacks available on the keto diet, – some of which you would already enjoy! The problem with a lot of snacking habits is that the foods chosen spike insulin and sugar levels, which pretty much promote the opposite of fat burning. Here are some more keto friendly options;

  • Beef jerky
  • Hard-boiled eggs
  • Dark chocolate
  • Avocado or guacamole
  • Bulletproof coffee
  • Olives
  • Coconut-based products
  • Pre-baked keto goods, such as low-carb chocolate chip cookies

Pre-baked keto snacks are a fantastic snacking option, as these are filling, and can often be made to last the week, or frozen for convenience!

What is a Ketogenic Diet?

The ketogenic (or as it is affectionately known, ‘keto’ diet) is in a nutshell a diet based upon eating a combination of high fats and low carbohydrates to induce ketosis. Ketosis is the body’s fat-burning state, and can only be achieved when the body is fuelled primarily by fats.

If the body is fuelled by carbohydrates, the body burns these carbohydrates as their first source of energy, therefore, when aiming to burn fat for fuel, a low carbohydrate diet must be maintained.

Moderate levels of protein are also consumed by those on the ketogenic diet, but fat is the primary energy source, helping the body to remain in a consistent state of fat-burning ketosis.

How long does it take to enter ketosis?

As much as we might like this to be an immediate process, it does take a couple of days for the carbohydrates (or glucose) in your body to be replaced by fat (or ketones).

This could be anything from 2-4 days to enter ketosis. If you feel that your body is responding slowly to the change, there may be other factors in play. Look at your macronutrient intake. It may be possible that some of the foods you are consuming, while healthy, may contain more hidden carbohydrates than you realise! These could also be in the form of sugar – which is already glucose, and will slow the transition to ketosis.

If your macronutrients are on point, you may want to consider helping your body along a bit by taking some Activate Beta Hydroxybutyrate ( also known as BHB). This specialised formula encourages your body to enter ketosis faster by providing ketones directly to your body through yummy keto drinks. 

Age, weight, and prior diet will also play a part in how long it takes your body to enter ketosis, so if you are doing the right things, never fear! It might just take you a little longer – but once your body is burning fat, you’ll know it – and love it!

Can I eat fruit on the keto diet?

Some fruits will cause bigger sugar spikes than others, thanks to different levels of  carbohydrates. It will vary slightly depending on your weight and macronutrient breakdown, but chances are, a fruit such as a banana is going to max out your entire carbohydrate intake for the day in one fell swoop!

Instead, look for fruits such as blackberries, strawberries, watermelon, rockmelon, and a little zesty lemon.

What vegetables can you eat on a keto diet?

As with fruits, vegetables contain different levels of carbohydrates, meaning some you can eat almost endless amounts of on the keto diet, and others you are very limited in your consumption if you want to stick to your macros.

On the whole, it’s those starchy root vegetables that you’re looking to avoid on the keto diet. This means limited amounts of potato, sweet potato, carrots, corn, peas, corn, artichokes, and parsnips.

Luckily, there are a ton of delicious vegetables that are keto-friendly!

Great low carb roasting vegetable options include broccoli, kale, eggplant, brussels sprouts, zucchini, capsicum, mushrooms and cauliflower, while solid salad vegetable options include lettuce, radish, spinach celery, tomatoes, and cucumber!

What is a low carb diet?

Quite simply, a low carb diet is a diet low in carbohydrates, deriving the majority of its fuel from other sources. This means avoiding foods high in carbohydrates, such as bread and pasta, alcohol, high sugar fruits, and vegetables such as potato (sorry guys).

A low carb diet is not necessarily a keto diet, no siree. For a diet to be ketogenic, it must also include a moderate amount of protein, and take most of its energy from fat in order to induce ketosis.

Low carb diets can be helpful in weight management, for diabetics, and for those with a wide variety of health issues.