Items to buy at the Grocery store or at your local Farmer’s market that are Low Carb.
This low carb grocery list is not all inclusive, but should guide you to stocking your pantry in a Keto friendly way.
Fish, Meat, Seafood
All cuts of beef, Hamburger, chicken(try to do legs and thighs), lamb, veal, pork, ham, sausage, bacon and turkey. Any wild game like deer,elk,moose etc. Just remember to add fat as wild meat tends to be fairly lean. Freshwater fish, cod, salmon, crab lobster, and seafood. Canned tuna, Canned sardines, and canned tuna. Sliced ham, Bologna, Sliced roast beef, pepperoni, pastrami, turkey, and chicken. Spam would also work, just go easy on it as fresh is better than processed.
Tomatoes, peppers, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, celery, cabbage, green beans, asparagus, squash, white onions, red onions, chives, avocados, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, artichokes, and mushrooms. Pretty much any vegetable that grows above the ground!
Butter, eggs, full fat cheeses, whole fat plain yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese, cream cheese, and heavy cream.
Olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, and nut oils. Lard, tallow, goose fat, chicken fat, and duck fat.
Avocados, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and strawberries. I would stick with the berries and the avocados for the first few months, then I would start adding in some other low glycemic fruit.
Nuts, Jerky, Chocolate…
Coffee and tea. Coconut butter and coconut milk. Almonds, Brazil nuts, Macadamia nuts, Walnuts, Olives and Pecans. Sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Peanuts and Unsweetened peanut butter. Beef jerky (low-sugar only). Dark chocolate (>70%). Cider and wine vinegars (use balsamic vinegar sparingly). Mayonnaise (full fat), Horseradish, Pork rinds and Sugar-free salad dressings. Splenda for sweetening food.
This low carb food list should help you get on the right path for Keto success.