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Can you eat fruits and vegetables when on ketosis?

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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
Preventive Medicine
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In brief: FruitsNo, VeggiesYes

Most fruits=high sugar, thus avoid or you won't stay in ketosis to improve health & keep stored body fat ?.
A few ?GI fruits & most veggies with very ?simple starch (i.e. avoid below ground veggies & corn), thus ?glycemic index & load (index x quantity), all OK/good. The big key is HFLC foods, of natural origin, non- or very-minimally processed. Study: http://goo.gl/02iz6i & http://goo.gl/JH8XBX

In brief: FruitsNo, VeggiesYes

Most fruits=high sugar, thus avoid or you won't stay in ketosis to improve health & keep stored body fat ?.
A few ?GI fruits & most veggies with very ?simple starch (i.e. avoid below ground veggies & corn), thus ?glycemic index & load (index x quantity), all OK/good. The big key is HFLC foods, of natural origin, non- or very-minimally processed. Study: http://goo.gl/02iz6i & http://goo.gl/JH8XBX
Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
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Dr. Matthew Griffin
Internal Medicine

In brief: Sometimes

Some of the less sweat fruits can be okay in small quantities, in particular the berries such as blackberries, raspberries, and organic blueberries.
However, most fruits are too high in sugar and will take you out of ketosis. Vegetables, in particular corn and potatoes, must be avoided but most vegetables are ok.

In brief: Sometimes

Some of the less sweat fruits can be okay in small quantities, in particular the berries such as blackberries, raspberries, and organic blueberries.
However, most fruits are too high in sugar and will take you out of ketosis. Vegetables, in particular corn and potatoes, must be avoided but most vegetables are ok.
Dr. Matthew Griffin
Dr. Matthew Griffin
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