5 Keto-Friendly Foods to Burn Fat

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In order to achieve and sustain a state of ketosis, it's essential that you eat a high fat, low simple carb (no sugary foods or grains) diet, with the amount of protein that is right for you. Although meat and dairy are allowed on a Keto Diet, it’s best for your overall health to get a large portion of your nutrients from plant-based foods.

Here are a few of the best Keto-friendly raw foods to make part of your daily routine!

1. Avocado

Weight loss, disease prevention, healthy skin, and improved nutrient absorption are just a few of the many benefits of getting your daily dose of avocado! The majority of the fat found in avocados is amazing-for-you oleic acid which promotes beautiful skin and hair, boosts immunity, supports heart and respiratory health, promotes healthy brain function, and has been shown to have beneficial effects on genes linked to cancer!

2. Coconut Milk/Cream

If your aim is to do a Keto Diet, but you want to avoid dairy milk (which is acidifying to the body and therefore detrimental to your overall health), coconut milk is a deliciously creamy alternative that is rich in healthy fats and vitamins B & E. Get more coconut into your diet and promote healthy, young-looking skin and hair and ward off wrinkles!

3. Nuts & Seeds

Nuts and seeds provide protein, fiber, long-lasting energy, and good-for-you fats that promote weight loss! They are a great source of B-vitamins which not only help our bodies convert food into energy, they also keep your hair and skin looking beautiful. Some of the best choices include almonds, brazil nuts, walnuts, hemp seeds, chia seeds, and pumpkin seeds. 

4. Leafy Greens

Although they are not a high-fat food, leafy greens like kale, spinach, and collard greens are low-glycemic vegetables that are essential to maintaining optimal health. Leafy greens a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, accommodating the human body's nutritional needs more completely than any other food! Eating lots of chlorophyll-rich green vegetables is an excellent way to protect your body’s cells from free radical damage which leads to aging and disease. Another awesome benefit of leafy greens is that they considerably diminish your cravings for junk food!

5. Berries (IN MODERATION!)

Berries are one of the few low-glycemic fruits that are allowed on a Keto diet. You definitely should not gorge yourself on berries if your intention is to maintain a state of ketosis, but a small handful of berries is keto-friendly.

Berries have exceptionally potent anti-inflammatory properties because of their rich abundance of anthocyanins- antioxidant pigments that give them their vibrant red, blue, or purple color. Blueberries, in particular, are an especially rich source of quercetin, a powerful antioxidant pigment which protects your body’s cells from membrane damage and death, helping to defend against aging. This incredible antioxidant pigment also causes fat cells to self-destruct and stops new fat cells from forming!

Ready to go Keto? 




Hi! I'm Nicole, Raw Generation's resident healthy lifestyle blogger, creative content director, and hardcore herbivore. Thanks for letting me share my passion for perpetual self-improvement and plant-based living with you!



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