Keto Fruits – Best 13 Low Carb Keto Diet Fruits

If you are following the Keto Diet, you know that this diet is very low on carbs, moderate on proteins and very high on fats. If you need a keto food list to help you understand which fruits you can eat, this article does that. 

Just in case you didn’t know, you can eat fruits on the ketogenic diet, but not just any fruits. If want to see the full list of food you can eat on a ketogenic diet, you can find one here. The keto diet can help you lose weight, but you can still enjoy certain fruit. Below is the Keto Fruit List.

  1. Avocados 
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Avocadoes are a great source of monounsaturated fats and contain a relatively low carb content. For every 100 grams of avocado, you get about 8.53 grams of carbs. 

  1. Starfruit

Offering a sweet and sour flavour, this fruit is not commonly eaten, but is one of the low carb fruits. Per 100 grams, you get about 4 grams of carbs, which makes it one of the best fruits to eat on a keto diet. It is also high in fibre and vitamin C

  1. Coconut

Coconut has a low carb content with one-half cup of shredded coconut meat yielding  13 grams of fat, and 2.5 grams of net carbs. Coconut meat is high in fat and calories while moderate in carbs and protein. Eaten fresh or dried, coconut is a low carb furit, but ensure you avoid coconut products with added sugar.

  1. Blackberries

Half a cup or 70 grams of blackberries contains 4 grams of carbs. Blackberries are packed with fiber and they are naturally lower in sweetness. This makes them a great choice if you need a low carb berry on your keto diet, and they are a good source of vitamin C.  

  1. Raspberries
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You may be interested to know that half a cup (60 grams) of raspberries contains 3 grams of carbs. About from limiting your carb intake, raspberries are a good source of vitamins C and K. So you can eat raspberries on the keto diet.

  1. Strawberries

Strawberries are a favourite fruit for many low carb eaters, and they can be enjoyed on their own or paired with other recipes. 100 grams of strawberries contains 7.68 grams of carbs. Strawberries have the fewest carbs of all types of berries and are an excellent source of potassium and vitamin C.

  1. Blueberries
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Half a cup (75 grams) contains 9 grams of carbs. It is well known that the sweeter the fruit, the high the carbs it tends to have. Blueberries are sweet and one cup can contain about 17 grams of carbs. As such, will have to watch your portion.

  1. Cantaloupe

This is a popular summer fruit that contains fewer calories and can provide nearly 100% of your daily needs for vitamin C and A. Every 100 grams contains 8.16 grams of carbs. This is also a versatile fruit that can be mixed with lime, mint and water to make a refreshing drink.

  1. Watermelon

This makes this summer fruit one of the best to eat on a keto diet. 100 grams of watermelon contains only about 7.55 g of carbs. Watermelon is also high in vitamins A and C, and has a high water content, which will fill you up as it provides you with very few calories

  1. Honeydew

This a an excellent source of vitamin C and potassium. Its another type of melon, and contains about 9.09 grams of carbs for every 100 grams.

  1. Olives
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This is another fruit that you can eat on the keto diet because it has a low carb content. For instance, 10 small olives have about 3 grams of fat and about 1.5 grams of carbs.

  1. Peaches 

Peaches are a stone fruit that is juicy and sweet. They are relatively low in carbs, and one medium-sized peach or 150 grams contains 13 grams of carbs. You can fit this fruit into your keto diet by moderating your portion size. They are also rich in micronutrients and vitamin A and C, as well as potassium. 

  1. Lemon
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Each lemon containing about 5 grams of carbs. This low carb fruit is also a great source of vitamin C, and be enjoyed as a garnish or used in several recipes for flavour. 


As you can see from the lost above, there are sevearl fruits that you can eat on a keto diet that are low in carbs. Portion size will obviously impact on the carbs you are taking but if you follow the guidelines above, you will be able to manage your carb intake from fruit, so that you can give your body an opportunity to use the stored fat in your body for energy.

Which fruit do you enjoy the most? Which one do you dislike? Let us know in the comments below what are your thoughts are.


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