The Perfect Snacking For Ketogenic Diet
If you are wondering if there’s a way you could munch on a whole pizza with extra cheese and cabbage crust and still manage to stay fit, a ketogenic diet might be just the solution you are looking for. The Keto diet is a low carb and high-fat meal plan that is very beneficial for those who want to lose weight and increase their metabolic rate.
Celebrity endorsements from Arjun Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor to keto themed cafes, it has become the biggest diet trend in India. While keto limits carbs, there are actually multiple delicious keto snacks to choose from.
Unsweetened Nut Butter
Almond, Peanut, Cashew are excellent sources of good Fat
Nut butter is a quick source of healthy fat. To keep your afternoon craving at bay guilt-free add unsweetened almond, cashew, hazelnut or peanut butter to your keto diet. Almonds are rich in iron, calcium, Vitamin E and B and Zinc. Cashew and hazelnut are excellent sources of fat to keep you on your feet all day. Peanut butter is rich in magnesium, protein, phosphorus and vitamin B. Tasty nut butter gives tonnes of nutrients and energy when you are on a keto diet. You can also make keto cookies using these kinds of butter to shake off those temptations. Discover the innumerable nut butter option on our Nut Butter Collection.
Olives are rich in Iron
Found not just in your Martini but this little ingredient is immensely nutritious in keto meals. Olives are low carb and sodium-rich fruit that is a part of drupes. It falls under the same family as pistachios, peaches and the like. They possess many nutritional benefits such as lowering blood sugar, prevent diseases like osteoporosis and cancer. They are also high in vitamin E and iron. You can prepare tasteful dips or put a spoonful of olive oil as a salad dressing. Add olives to your diet with our delicious olive spreads.
Low-Carb Nuts and Seeds
Guilt free snacking abundant with Macro nutrition
These small but mighty and scrumptious snackables are the best ‘on the go’ food. Nuts and seeds are packed with micro-ingredients such as vitamin E, B, calcium, copper, iron, zinc, magnesium and phytochemicals. You can pop a handful of keto-friendly nuts such as brazil, pecans, walnuts, macadamia, pistachios, pine nuts, cashews and almonds. Some of the go-to seeds for keto enthusiasts include sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Looking for mouth-water quick snacks? Check our nuts and seeds collection.
Must have Keto-friendly fruit
They say, “You can’t make everyone happy, you are not an avocado”, and this saying seems to be everyone’s favourite. Avocados are a must addition to your keto diet plan. They are not only packed with unsaturated fats and fibres, but they also help the way your body uses insulin which reduces insulin resistance. Avocados are termed as ‘Natural keto’ since it puts your body under ketosis. The perfect combination of fat, fibre and plant-based carbs present in avocado signals your body to burn more fat. If you are a devoted snacker, avocados will help you keep full and make you have a better relationship with food. Looking
Fresh Fruits And Veggies With Nut Butter
Fresh fruits and veggies with Nut butters
Nothing beats veggies and fruits when it comes to health benefits. You can choose from a hue of fruits and vegetables to eat. Each colour of the fruit or veggie carry a specific nutrient quality. Most red fruits and vegetables are loaded with antioxidants, the ones that are in orange strengthens immunity and supports the vision. The popular greens improve cognition and cellular growth. The whites help in thyroid function. Blue ones promote a healthy heart. Purple veggies and fruits are said to have anti-ageing properties. Broccoli, bell peppers, kale, cucumbers, celery, radish, watermelon, peaches, cantaloupe, lemon and many more will fill your body with goodness.
Tasty and healthy smoothies
If you are thinking that water might be your only option to quench thirst while you’re on a keto diet, you are wrong. There are a bunch of keto sugar-free smoothies that are widely available to gratify your tastebuds. Smoothies are super easy and quick to make. They are abundant in vitamins and minerals and helps you to keep full all day. And guess what? They taste absolutely amazing too! Some of the best keto smoothies that can be prepared at home are raspberry and vanilla smoothie, avocado and spinach smoothie, blueberry with walnut and strawberry and cream smoothie. Blend the ingredients with almond milk and keto sweeteners to awaken your tastebuds. Our healthy smoothie collection will get give you all the nutrition in one glass.
Paneer snacks are good for protien
Here’s a treat that is the best part about the ketogenic lifestyle. There are no rules for consuming your paneer, while most diets restrict your intake of cottage cheese, keto encourages it. Paneer fits right into your keto diet due to its protein, calcium, phosphorus and vitamin content. It helps to enhance your calorie burn and satiety. Helps in your body composition by adding muscles and strengthening your bones. The foundation of most Indian cuisines is paneer, butter and other good fat. This makes it easier for you to stick to your diet without much change in your regular meals.
Plain Greek Yoghurt
Enjoy greek youghurts with full fat
This a fabulous choice for those who are not lactose intolerant. Opting fat-full Greek yoghurts are boosted in a keto diet since the fat-free ones might have a higher amount of carbs in them. It’s a probiotic food that improves your gut health by balancing the friendly bacteria in your digestive system. The motto is good germs and good fat. Along with improved immunity and improvement in mental health, the added bonus is weight loss. They help you feel fuller, burn more calories and store less fat. Stack up your fridge with our yoghurt collection.
Berries are packed with antioxidants
The Keto cult loves them berry much. Strawberries, blackberries and raspberries are a perfect savoury choice. Rise at dawn and pick your berries in a cup for they are rich in antioxidants like anthocyanins, procyanidins and ellagic acid. They have the potential to reduce inflammation and prevent chronic diseases. Each bowl serving of these mixed berries offers generous amounts of vitamins, manganese and copper. Raspberry is popularly known as the healthiest of all berries. These berries can be added to your yoghurt or made into a smoothie. Blackberry has said to have the most amount of fibre. Satisfy your taste buds with our berries collection.