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Keto diet foods

What do you eat on a keto diet?

Whether the keto diet will make you feel deprived is a question only you can decide, but keto certainly doesn’t have to be boring.

Like so many diets, it can be what you make of it. Although you’re restricted in what you can enjoy, there is still significant variety.

Foods you can eat include fruits like raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries, so you can still have your morning fruit cup; meat and fish like tuna, grass-fed beef, or salmon; dairy (even cheese); and extra virgin olive oil (perfect for keto-approved salads!).

If you are wondering what kind of desserts you can eat — and we won’t judge you if you skimmed right to the word “dessert” — take heart that keto fan Kourtney Kardashian recently posted a yummy-looking keto cheesecake to Instagram.

But should you or your family try the keto diet if you have no interest in losing weight? Perhaps. Here’s some proof that keto affects more than just your waistline…

Read: The keto diet in a nutshell

Gena Hymowech

By Gena Hymowech

Gena Hymowech has over two decades of experience writing for health, entertainment and lifestyle publications, including Yahoo Beauty, Men's Journal and Self. She has covered medical conditions ranging from acne to lupus, and has also worked as an online communications assistant to nutritionist, diabetes educator, mindfulness expert and health author Laura Cipullo. Gena has researched natural options for her own health issues, and enjoys sharing her passion for the subject with others.