Updated Sep 13th, — Written by Craig Clarke. Medical review by Dr. Frank Aieta, ND. Can you eat fruit on a ketogenic diet? When people switch to a ketogenic diet, fruit can be an area of confusion. Fruit has been marketed as healthy for many years and generally has a positive stigma behind it. On the ketogenic diet, however, fruit consumption can make it difficult to keep our carbs restricted below 30g per day so we can enter ketosis. In most cases, just one piece of fruit will make up the majority of our daily carb intake on keto. Since fruits are packed with natural sugars fructose and glucose, we have to carefully watch the amount of low carb fruit we eat each day. The best strategy to minimize fruit sugar intake is to stick with berries notably raspberries and blackberries, avocados, olives, and tomatoes as our fruits of choice on the ketogenic diet. It is also a good idea to avoid any medium and large sized fruits as they tend to have too many sugars for ketosis.
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Fruit can be incorporated in many different types of desserts on a ketogenic diet. All fruit even bananas are much lower in carbs than these. They are the perfect base for keto sauces and soups and can be eaten roasted, sun-dried, or raw with other keto foods.