Keto friendly restaurants

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Health.com came up with a list of 14 keto friendly restaurants. But, in my opinion, just about every restaurant is a keto friendly restaurant. It all depends on your choices. A lot of people that need to stay on a strict keto diet simply request substitutes for bread and/or potatoes. In most restaurants those are the things that contain all your carbs. You also have to watch out for sauces or dressings as many of those will contain sugar or corn syrup.

I suggest you don’t limit yourself to any particular restaurants. Choose your food off the menu wisely. Skip the bread basket. Get your dressing on the side and/or request straight vinegar and olive oil. If you do that and cook for yourself at home more often you won’t run into any trouble at all.

If you want to take a look at health.com’s suggestions here they are:

First, take a breath: It’s tough, but it’s totally doable to do keto while you’re dining out. “It is a common misconception that one cannot adhere to the ketogenic lifestyle if he or she is a frequent restaurant goer,”Aimee Aristotelous, RD, tells Health. You just have to be a little more mindful of your choice—and that means educating yourself on the hidden carbs on all restaurant menus, and go-to substitutions for carb-heavy ingredients.

Health.comhttps://www.health.com/diets/keto-diet/keto-friendly-restaurants

Keto Diet Invading NYC Restaurants

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This is good news for those who like to dine out. Although, in NYC, dining out is not a cost effective choice. I prefer to buy groceries and make my meals when I’m there.

Now, followers of the high-fat, low-carb keto regimen can dine on entrees that contain fewer than 5 grams of carbs, as well as sugar-free cocktails and desserts, at Ipic theaters, including the downtown Fulton Street location.
It’s welcome news to NYC’s keto dieters, including acolyte Ken Spencer, 27, a former fitness model who has been on and off keto for the past five years.
“When you’re trying to live a certain lifestyle, you have to make a decision [of], do I stay on the diet or do I make a sacrifice?” the Upper East Sider tells The Post.

New York Post