What foods can you eat on a vegan keto diet ?
I found it beyond difficult as a vegetarian that can't eat eggs. I do eat a bit of fish though. Vegan? I honestly don't think it would be worth the effort. Most nuts are out. All pulses and grains are out. Many veges and all fruit are out (except avocado). It's a high fat diet. You'd be living on guacamole and drinking cups of oil. Even things like coconut yoghut have low, but substantial enough carbs, that it's not feasible. Low carb flours are still high enough in carbs to make them poor substitues. But to actually answer your question: guacamole, salads, peanut butter, coconut milk curries, tofu, most oils, a few almonds or cashews..
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A vegan keto diet is about the dumbest diet I ever heard of.
Keto diet requires you to eat meat. Its a very low carb diet, that is training your body to rely on FATS for energy instead of sugars and carbs... Theres no such thing as "vegan keto"
As reported by many new sources and medical journals, the keto diet is one of the worst possible diets you can use. It's meant to be just a short term solution to losing weight. Even the books that promote the diet admit that it is unhealthy to stay on it too long. And most people who lose weight on the keto diet end up gaining it back. But a Whole Foods Plant-Based diet is a very healthy long term diet and compatible with veganism. And done correctly it is not only a good way to lose weight but is excellent for maintaining weight as well. There are many excellent books on WFPB or sometimes called the Forks Over Knives diet. This website is a good place to start. https://www.forksoverknives.com/plant-based-primer-beginners-guide-starting-plant-based-diet/#gs.ukSrXgGl
That is a very restrictive diet. You need to speak to a doctor before you embark on that. Vegetable stir frys. Nothing processed. Nuts. Olive oil on salads. Mushrooms. Also Kimchi - check it's not made with fish sauce. Green vegetables. Red berries.
Don't. Eat meat instead.
fruits and vegetables