14-day ketogenic diet plan

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What should I eat? That’s probably the most common question from people who want to try a keto diet.

Our goal is to make a keto diet simple, so we have just the answer for you. Either use our free two-week keto challenge for a step-by-step guide, including shopping lists etc., or just check out our keto diet plan below.

Cook 1, 2 or 3 times per day

Below you’ll find 42 recipes – breakfast, lunch and dinner every day for two weeks. Perfect, if you like variety. But if you instead want less cooking there are two things you can do:

  1. Simplify lunch: Cook two servings for dinner, and refrigerate the second serving for lunch the next day. Voilà: no need to cook for lunch!
  2. Simplify breakfast: You could choose one keto breakfast you like, and eat it every day. Like scrambled eggs. Or, if you’re not hungry, you could skip breakfast completely, perhaps only having a coffee. This not only saves you time and money, it also raises your ketone levels. More on intermittent fasting

Whatever option is right for you, find all the recipes below. But first a few words about getting ready.

 

 

Get ready

ChecklistA keto diet is safe for most people, but in the following three situations you may need extra support:

  1. Are you on medication for diabetes, e.g. insulin? Learn more
  2. Are you on medication for high blood pressure? Learn more
  3. Are you breastfeeding? Learn more

If you’re not in any of these situations you should be good to go.

Just remember one final thing when starting a keto diet: you need to drink enough fluids and get some extra salt during the first week, to avoid the keto flu1 and feel your best. A cup of bouillon 1-2 times per day, for example, really helps.

That’s it, let’s move on to the 14-day meal plan.

 

 

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Week 2

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Feel free to adjust this diet plan to your liking. We offer plenty of keto recipes in order for you to make a vegetarian or dairy-free version. Or, let us fix it for you, just keep reading below!

 

 

Shopping lists and more

Do you want to get weekly shopping lists for the 14-day keto diet plan above? Lists that adapt to the number of people you choose to cook for, and that adapts if you want to skip or change a few meals?

Just sign up for a free trial (no commitment, cancel online anytime) and you’ll get these two and 70+ more complete weekly keto meal plans for free:

Keto #28 - week 1 of 14-day keto diet plan

This meal plan is the first week of our free 14-day keto diet plan. As a member you’ll get it complete with a shopping list and the possibility of changing the number of servings. This meal plan will give you a great variety of keto dishes and helps you stay below 20 grams of carbs per day.

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Keto #29 - week 2 of 14-day keto diet plan

This meal plan is the second week of our free 14-day keto diet plan. As a member you’ll get it complete with a shopping list and the possibility of changing the number of servings. This meal plan will give you a great variety of keto dishes and helps you stay below 20 grams of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →

 


 

Variety – hundreds of keto recipes

 

 
 

More ketogenic meal plans – including shopping lists

Do you want many more weekly keto meal plans, including shopping lists and easily printable recipe guides? Check out our premium meal plan tool, available with lots of other bonus material with a free trial membership

Here are examples of the keto meal plans you can get. There are also quick and easy, budget-friendly and many more options. These meal plans require a free membership trial to view.

Keto #24 - Recipes by Kristie Sullivan

This week’s keto meal plan offers some of Kriste Sullivan’s most popular recipes. If you’ve never tried “Gumbalaya” or KeDough pizza before, you really should! You’ll enjoy all of this and plenty more while staying below 13 grams of carbs per day.

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Keto #49 – vegetarian

Need inspiration for lacto-ovo vegetarian dishes on keto? Look no further! This week’s meal plan offers three hearty meals per day. All keto, all vegetarian and keeps you below 20 grams of carbs per day.

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Low carb #21 – dairy free

In this week’s meal plan we’re cutting out dairy and going all in on flavor! You’ll stay below 35 grams of carbs while enjoying three generous meals per day.

Do you wonder why there’s butter in some of the recipes? Find the answer to that question and many more in our recipe FAQ.

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Emőke Csoma's favorites

There’s no such thing as a dull week when you’re munching on Emőke’s favorite keto dishes! Dig into this yummy selection of simple yet exquisite meals, happy tastebuds under 20 g carbs per day.

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More

A ketogenic diet for beginners
Ketogenic diet foods – what to eat

More keto recipes

 

 

Get started

For everything you need to get started – meal plans, shopping lists, daily tips and troubleshooting – just sign up for our free 2-week keto low-carb challenge:

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Q&A

Here are some of the most common questions about our keto diet plan. For even more questions and answers see our full keto diet FAQ.

 

I don’t like meat/eggs/dairy/[insert disliked food]. Can I still do a keto diet?

Sure. Just replace the thing you dislike with something else that is keto-friendly. It’s quite possible to eat a vegetarian keto diet, an egg-free keto diet and a dairy-free keto diet – and many other versions.

See our keto foods guidelines

 

Do I have to count calories on a keto diet?

No, usually not. Most people get so satisfied on a keto diet – with less hunger – that they automatically eat less and lose weight. This is especially true if you base your diet on real keto foods, and try to only eat when you’re hungry.

Fat burning is also way improved on a keto diet. This, however, does not mean that you can eat any amount of food and still lose weight. If you eat enough fat, the body will only need to burn that, not your stored body fat.

Common issues that can trip people up is snacking on delicious cheeses (when not hungry), or eating salted nuts (when not hungry) or eating baked keto goods, keto cookies etc. (when not hungry). It’s very easy to keep eating just because it tastes good. If you want to lose weight, try to only eat when you’re hungry, even on keto diet.

Learn more about why weight loss is not about counting calories

 

Can I drink alcohol on a keto diet?

Yes. But stick to low-carb alcoholic drinks, like wine or sugar-free drinks.

Full keto alcohol guide

 

How few carbs should I target on keto, and should I count net or total carbs?

On a keto diet we recommend below 20 grams of net carbs per day, and that’s what our keto recipes are aiming for. You may also have to moderate protein intake somewhat.

Using our keto recipes or keto meal plans means you do not have to count to stay keto – we’ll do it for you. You can also follow our keto foods guidelines, and you can fairly easily stay keto without counting the carbs (though it may still be smart to count once in a while, just to make sure).

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Full keto diet FAQ

 
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