Keto has been a very successful and thus very popular lifestyle change in the past few years, but could it be sustainable for someone who follows the vegan lifestyle? In her new blog post, Miranda Larbi explores plant-based keto by outlining the benefits of the diet and also explaining what kind of intake you’d need based on your gender and body weight as well as the major things you would have to cut from your eating habits to make it work.
- For vegans, a keto diet means loading up on more green vegetables like avocados and broccoli
- To avoid nutrient deficiencies, thoughtful meal planning and tracking is a must
- Plant-based keto may help address glucose-related and digestive ailments
“In other words, if you have a belly fat that you aren’t comfortable with, it could be down to your consumption or inability to process sugars.”