Eating Out on Keto: Top Low-Carb Options
Going keto is as much about what you don’t eat as what you do. As you’ll see, KetoLogic can be an important tool to wage war against an environment of processed and high-carb foods.
Most restaurants are structured to feed our high-carbohydrate and sugar addiction. Think of them as sugar merchants. The fries are all carbohydrates, and get processed in the body like sugar. The burgers are paired with buns – and sauces – that are loaded with sugar. Then everything’s washed down with more sugar in the form of a soft drink.As you rifle through the menu, envision your plate
and remember 75:20:5. Seventy-five percent of your plate needs to be “fat.” So, while your fellow diners are ordering pasta, or maybe a “healthy salad
," you need to look for avocados, eggs (with the yolks), sausage, and butter. Since carbs will be front and center on your menu, you need to stay focused on fat and protein.
What to look for:
Steak (the fatty stuff like Prime Rib), Bacon, Hamburgers (no bun), Hot Dogs (no bun), Chicken, Duck, Pepperoni, Pork, Pork Rinds, Sausages, and Veal2) Fish:
Flounder, Grouper, Halibut, Oysters, Red Snapper, Salmon, Scallops, Shrimp, Tilapia, Trout, Tuna3) Dairy (full fat!):
Butter, Cottage Cheese, Heavy Cream, Cream Cheese, Eggs, and Sour CreamIf you want to be proactive, make sure to pack KetoLogic® KetoMeal®
in your purse, pocket, or baseball cap for those restaurant emergencies. Available in chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla, KetoLogic® KetoMeal®
is anchored with Coconut Oil and Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs
), which the body converts to ketones
. KetoLogic is a convenient fuel source
for anyone, especially those on low-carb, Paleo, or Ketogenic diets.