What to eat on a keto diet? New episode of the keto course

Do you want to learn how to do keto right, for weight loss, increased energy or some of the many potential health benefits?

Check out our brand new keto video course. We just made a third episode, where I guide you through exactly what to eat (and what not to eat) on a keto diet.

Here are parts 2 and 3, available with a free trial:

Keto course - how it works
Keto course - what to eat

Start your free trial to get instant access to this and hundreds of more low-carb TV videos. Plus Q&A with experts and our awesome keto meal-plan service.


For more (free) keto content mentioned in the course, check out our main keto guides, 250+ keto recipes and the 2-week get-started challenge.

A keto diet for beginners
Keto diet food list – what to eat
14-day keto diet plan


Popular keto recipes

Keto #11 - our most popular recipes

How about a week of eating our most popular dishes? Thanks to all who rate our recipes we’ve been able to put together this week’s keto meal plan. It has three meals per day and will keep you below 20 grams of carbs.

Full meal plan →

  • Keto hamburger patties with creamy tomato sauce and fried cabbageMon
  • Easy protein noodle low-carb lasagnaTue
  • Keto chicken casseroleWed
  • Keto Asian cabbage stir-fryThu
  • Keto pizzaFri
  • Keto pesto chicken casserole with feta cheese and olivesSat
  • Keto tortilla with ground beef and salsaSun


  1. Tammy Zetterberg
    I have been on the keto diet for almost 5 weeks.I check my urin every day with a Ketosis stick. It says I am very low ketosis. I have not lost a pound. I feel great but I look the same :) I need to lose 30 pounds. I am 55 years old.HELP
  2. Anne
    Hi Tammy, I am the author of a specific Diet Doctor article on this exact issue. See: https://www.dietdoctor.com/top-tips-lose-weight-low-carb-women-40;
    This is a very common issue for women our age. It definitely can take longer. It seems that women who may have dieted often throughout their adult life can have even more issues, taking longer to reset their metabolism perhaps.
    If you feel great, keep with it. If you read down in the comments of that post, Samantha eventually lost 17 lbs but it took more than a year. I have had other women tell me the same thing. Nothing for months and then it slowly started coming off. Follow the tips and see how you do. Go for feeling good, get cravings etc under control, don't weigh obsessively, try intermittent fasting. To get higher ketone readings you can cut back on protein and add more fat -- but note that Dr. Ted Naiman advises that once you are fat adapted cut back on fat you eat in order to burn body fat. Good luck. Anne Mullens

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