Best Keto Snacks from the grocery store | Low-Carb Ketogenic Diet Snacks

I’m taking you with me to the grocery store to find the best Keto snacks for when you’re on the go! ► Coconut flakes:
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This has been requested by quite a few people. What’s available in your stores is obviously going to be different from what I can buy here in Vienna. I personally don’t often find myself in a situation where I need to buy something in the store to eat right away when I’m out, as I pretty much always prepare food at home beforehand. Plus, I rarely feel the need to snack on Keto as the two meals I eat per day are usually enough for me.

Nonetheless, here (check the video) are the things I would buy if I wanted to snack on Keto or eat something right away.

Is there any Keto food that you like to snack on that I forgot to mention? Please let me know in the comments!


31 Replies to “Best Keto Snacks from the grocery store | Low-Carb Ketogenic Diet Snacks”

  1. Jeddaz EightyOne

    your thoughts on 85% chocolate vs 90% as i've been informed that the 90% has been processed via alkalization resulting in significant decrease in health benefits. perhaps 85% is a healthier option despite the higher sugar content?

  2. Angela Head

    So glad I found your channel! Love you ideas. I find myself struggling, especially at work because I don't have time for a full meal so snack options might be the way to go. Thanks for all your hard work

  3. Linda Ellison

    I just found you yesterday, just started a keto diet. Thanks so much for all this excellent information. I fully agree with the other posters about appreciating that your videos are straightforward, to the point, without distracting music. Keep up the good work…you hare helping many people, I have no doubt!

  4. daisy3690

    I'm surprised that I can find those items right here in sunny Florence Alabama. I found your info very helpful and appreciate the time and effort you used to share this with me. be well

  5. Bob Rowe

    Great video once again! Could you either do a video or share with us in the comments what your views on carb-cycling or carb-loading are (especially as it pertains to muscle growth while on keto)? Thanks for your consideration 🙂

  6. Ben Hayat

    Angelo, Back in mid Dec. 2016 when I first decided to do fasting, I didn't know anything about the benefits of fasting which also lead me to the science of ketogenic.
    One of the very first videos I came across were your videos, and in a way I'm grateful I did. Why?

    When we are new to things, our brain is like a dry sponge that absorbs new material to learn. If it doesn't have any previous data to compare to, it takes it on face value as "Fact". This can be dangerous as so many which can be lead to wrong directions, as you can see people get cheated on subjects that they didn't know.

    When I watched your videos and even though I didn't have much prior data, but from "common sense" point of view, they made sense and all your videos came from your personal experience rather than just theory.

    I went on and learned a lot more and came across so many other "bogus" videos or materials from others that were very misleading to people new in ketogenic.

    So, why am I writing this? After 7 weeks into this and learned a lot more, I'm back to say, your videos and materials were one of the best starting points for my journey which lead me on the right path.
    My first reaction is to say "Thank you" and secondly, request that you continue sharing your proper experience & knowledge and help others just like you helped me. I know it's very time & resource consuming, but it's a great way for people to learn genuine materials.

    Hope this helps!

  7. Becky Ezra

    Tachini (sesame paste) you prepare it with some lemon, water, salt, paprika powder. you eat it with…every thing. I do like to prepare falafel, freeze it and use the Tachini as a deep.
    cucumber with cream cheese.

  8. jimmybamslam

    I just lost 60lbs in the past 12 months doing a high protien(I weight train 5 x's/wk), low carb (or what I thought was low, I was eating alot of fruit). 2 weeks ago I started the keto way.

    So far so good, except for the limiting protien. I need higher protien for muscle development. I aim for about 150-160G of protein /day. Will this amount keep me out of ketosis even if I weight train?

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