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The short and modest definition of the ketovore diet is that it is a way of eating (WOE) that is not a “diet” but rather a ketogenic way of eating based on animal proteins.
It’s an offshoot of the carnivorous way of eating that allows a little more wiggle room.
Those who eat ketovore often incorporate dairy products, some low-carb fruits and vegetables, and the occasional “keto treat.”
Ketovore Meal Plan Sample
Sunday: Egg and bacon meant for lunch; steak dinner meant for dinner.
Monday: Protein Pancakes, Cream Cheese Stuffing, and Ketogenic Waffles and this Pork Chop Recipe
Tuesday: egg with an omelet for breakfast. Salmon intended for dinner.
Wednesday: Eggs and bacon meant for dinner; roast beef meant for lunch.
Thursday: Eggs and Chorizos. Cheese-Covered Pork Burger
Friday: Eggs. Baked Pork Chops and Braised Beef
Breakfast: Eggs (with bacon) Lunch: A large lettuce with lots of vegetables and chicken Dinner: Chicken noodle soup
Ketovore diet food list
Meats: beef, lamb, pork, wild game, poultry, etc.
Animal products: eggs, bone, liver, etc.
Dairy products: butter, milk cream, hard cheeses, etc.
Fish: salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardine,
broccolini, peppers, zucchini,
blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries
Seeds and Nuts
Healthy fats: flaxseed, walnuts, Brazil nuts, coconut oil, etc.
Seasonings: salt, black pepper, garlic powder, etc.,
Beverages: coffee, tea, water, etc.
Keto Carnivores: What Foods Should You Avoid?
Legume dishes: black bean stew, white bean stew, lentil stew, etc.
Carbohydrate-rich fruits include apples, bananas, grapes, pineapple, etc.
Carbohydrate-rich vegetables include: potatoes, sweet potatoes
sweets and snacks
Sweetened yogurt, Cakes, etc.
Coca-Colas, lemons, margaritas, etc.
Grains: wheat, rice, oats, etc.
- A meat-only diet will cut out all carbohydrates and increase your fat and protein intake. You will not consume other food besides meat, water, or caffeine.
- Some people may think that the carnivore diet sounds like heaven, but they will soon realize that it doesn’t last forever. Instead, they will eventually crave some more starchy plants or even just a tiny sugary treat.
- Since you may have already experimented with a low-carb diet, you’ll feel similar cravings for certain foods when you begin a ketogenic diet.
- However, since you avoid all plants, your brain and stomach will interpret these cravings as hunger pangs caused by insufficient nutrients. The thing can be a bit difficult at first.
- The ketogenic (or low-carb) diet is likely to be 60 to 70 percent fat, 20 to 25 percent protein, and 5 to 15 percent carbohydrates. It might look like 60 percent fat, 25 percent protein, and 15 percent carbs.
- Because of this, keto is a drastic change from the 20/25/55 ratio recommended by conventional nutrition science.
- As for the carnivore diet (or any other low-carb diet), there is no specific limit on carbohydrate intake but rather a focus on consuming animal proteins and fats.
- There are several studies available regarding carnivorous diets.
- There aren’t too many studies on plant-based diets, but some are available.
- Five of the six subjects who began a carnivorous diet resolved SIBO.
- One study found that people following paleo ketogenic diets (PKD) had no significant changes in their blood magnesium levels. However, they reported that some participants experienced leg cramps while on a diet.