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Keep these keto foods in your home at all times to stay on track with your weight loss and your health.

0:00 Introduction: Must have keto foods
0:10 Keto vs. Healthy Keto®
1:16 The best foods to eat on keto
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7:15 Learn more about the top foods to avoid!

Today, I’m going to cover the best keto foods to keep in your refrigerator. This will not only make keto easy but also healthy.

The ketogenic diet is a low-carb diet. But that’s not enough to necessarily make it healthy. For example, if you’re on the keto diet, you could still go to a fast food restaurant without going off the plan. That’s why I like the Healthy Keto diet, which focuses on high-quality, nutrient-dense, low-carb foods.

Ultra-processed foods are very quickly replacing our traditional foods. These foods have been severely altered to the point they don’t resemble food anymore.

The go-to foods you should always have in your home on keto are not only low-carb, but they’re the opposite of ultra-processed.

The best keto foods to keep in your home:
1. Grass-fed meats
2. Pasture-raised organic eggs
3. Soil-based vegetables and lettuce
4. Homemade salad dressings
5. Grass-fed butter
6. Grass-fed organic cheese (raw if possible)
7. Avocados
8. Organic berries
9. Wild-caught salmon, sardines, and other fatty fish
10. Shellfish
11. Organic walnuts and pecans
12. Organic Valencia peanut butter
13. Organic celery
14. Raw sauerkraut
15. Organic low-sugar bacon

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 58, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis and intermittent fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals®. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! Try these top keto foods and keep them on hand to support a healthy body. I’ll see you in the next video.


51 responses to “15 KETO FOODS YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE IN YOUR FRIDGE: Dr. Berg Explains”

  1. People have asked me many times, “How am I able to get so much done so fast with so much energy?” When I answer, Healthy Keto as my way of eating.. oh boy, does the shade tree grow 😮 I don’t believe the word “content” describes this AMAZING education we receive from Dr. Berg! Thank You, Sir! 💯

    • Yes, body is shedding all the seriously dangerous stored fats and sugare, it’s like detoxing from alcohol or drugs! Your body is going trough many drastic changes! Just bare through, it’s hard but in the end it’s worth it

    • @Steven Brown It also takes a while to get fat adapted again. On the extreme carb and low fat diet your body scales down fat as a fuel source. The human body is extremely adaptable. Don’t forget to block ALL the seed oils. They’re probably as damaging as all the sugar (much of it hidden) in the processed factory fake food diet. Getting past the sugar cravings is also a chore.

      Congratulations!. Welcome to the world of health improvement and recovery from the SAD dietary damage! :).

  2. OMG, I checked all 15 of them. Thank you Dr.Berg for keeping us healthy.
    Only issue I have is a soil based vegetable, I can’t find such vegetables in NYC.

    • ​@Susan SandfordThat way you can, more intentionally, plan your shopping and meals, besides the added pleasure of meeting farmers and their produce… one feels invigorated after one of those shopping trips, it is like a harmonious symphony ❤

    • @Susan SandfordWhat New Yorker is going to waste an entire day going to a farm? You can get soil grown organic lettuces at Whole Foods, and Westerly Market. Be sure wash them as you can find dirt and bugs on them, yes that is a good sign. If the bugs like it, you know its good.

  3. You can keep these fresh in fridge also:
    100% cocoa organic chocolate
    Non-fortified yeast flakes
    High grade acidophilus complex

  4. 01. Grass-fed Meats Beef Lamb
    02. Pasture-raised Organic Eggs
    03. Soil-based Vegetables
    04. Homemade Salad Dressing
    05. Grass-fed Butter
    06. Grass-fed Organic Cheese
    07. Avocados
    08. Organic Berries
    09. Wild-caught Salmon/Sardines
    10. Shellfish
    11. Organic Walnuts
    12. Organic Valencia Peanut Butter
    13. Celery
    14. Sauerkraut

  5. All 15 are either not available in my area or extremely expensive. I have no choice but to make do with what’s available to me. Non-organic meats, eggs, fish and produce is still better than junk food, I guess.
    If you have access to and can afford all 15, be thankful.

  6. Could you please explain the potential drawbacks or limitations associated with vegetables grown through hydroponic farming compared to traditional methods? I appreciate your insights.

  7. I’m not pushing a full Keto diet, but what I always have in my fridge:
    – sauerkraut
    – salted red cabbage
    -a lot of peeled garlic
    -onion salad
    – some sort of salad mix of iceberg lettuce, spinach, and broccoli
    – fatty bacon
    -blended lemon
    In the freezer:
    – pork, beef
    – green peas
    -beans, green beans
    In chamber:
    – eggs from my free-range chickens
    -almond milk for my coffee

    I just wrote this quickly now, pausing the beginning of the video..lets see.

  8. Wow! I am surprised to have so many of these in my refrigerator. The only ones I don’t have, are homemade salad dressing, organic berries and organic Valencia peanut butter.

    For salad dressing, I still use high quality extra virgin olive oil but would eventually love to make my own healthy salad dressings. As far as organic berries go, I don’t purchase them often unless I want them. I could even grow my own berries if I wanted to since I have my own garden. Lastly, the organic Valencia peanut butter is also not in my fridge because I haven’t had peanut butter since middle school. Side note, all 15 of these foods should be in your fridge regardless if you are on keto or not – unless of course you’ve got certain food allergies.

  9. Thanks, dr. Berg!!! Your HP-KETO-IF-TF scheme is perfect for me! I’m from Ukraine, and it’s big luck that in our country i can easily buy grassfed eggs, meat, home-made milk-production, vegs from villages without any “additional toxic chemicals” (and usually it’s EVEN CHEAPER THAN FROM supermarkets…). But, many people eat “supermarket food”, no healthy food…

  10. Thank you Dr. Berg. The lifestyle change you introduced me to a few years ago has helped to keep me strong with my CHF.

  11. Good morning Dr Berg, I have 14 foods in my refrigerator our of 15 only reason I don’t have shellfish , I’m alergic to. If anyone have any health issue Healthy Keto and IF is the answer it’s a game changer.Thank you Sir.God Bless You.

  12. Dr. Berg, thank you! I truly appreciate your education!!! It has absolutely made my life so much richer in every way!🎉🎉🎉

  13. I wanted to write a list of healthy items for me and my parents. Now I have the list. Thank you, Dear Dr. Berg.

  14. One of the first changes I made was to homemade salad dressing. It’s easy, and less expensive, and tailored to flavours I love. Too much spinach, yikes, could be contributing to pain issues. Thanks so much, Dr. Berg. Here in Canada, we really need your channel and others that help us heal ourselves. Perhaps the dearth of physicians is, in the long run, a good thing. All the best!

    • Happened to me with spinach . Went to ER with worst pain in my life . Contractions . I was eating a large 4 cup spinach salad daily. I was also eating a lot of feta and ACV . Taking NAC. Low fat/low carb. I had a toxic dump possibly just crystals. No stone detected. Oxalates store up over a lifetime. After 7 hours of pain in ER , the next day I had less arthritic pain in the right side of my neck. They ruled out my gallbladder, but I never got a definitive diagnosis. I was eating an egg and two slices of turkey bacon when I ended up on the floor. I never cried out in pain like that in my life . I was having a lot of inflammation and pain throughout my body prior to “the mysterious event.” I had a cat scan and ultrasound at the hospital and then went to 3 doctors – all had no diagnosis. I then went to a nutritionist (I had been logging my foods for several months) and she said wow you eat a lot of oxalates. I had been consuming a lot of high antioxidant foods because I had developed pain in all my joints and I have a Graves’ disease. I removed spinach from my diet and drink 3 Tbs of juiced lemon ( no oxalate rind ) in my water daily now to continue to flush the crystals out. I had noticed cloudy urine when I gave a sample to my endocrinologist prior to the event and I did notice that myself thinking she’d mention , but alas she did not . This is something that doctors won’t warn you about and will never ask you about (your diet ) . What’s worse is after many doctors. You won’t learn how to prevent it. Thank god for the nutritionist because after it happened I thought we’ll I won’t eat eggs again 😝, it was the spinach with two cups of broccoli per day . I think veg and fibers are great, but I was a case of excess. A common error many with autoimmune diseases make in attempting to up their antioxidants. Plants create oxalates in order to not be eaten into extinction. Those oxalates get stored in your fat and released (flushed) when you lose fat rapidly. One of the functions of Lipids is to surround toxins . So detox can become an overload. In a lifetime oxalates specifically become stored everywhere not just in fat molecules. The lemon is a gentle excretion. I do think the ACV and other nutrients prevented a stone from forming, but I believe that I flushed a lot of crystals. It began with a gnawing in my stomach so I ate some parsley I had growing to treat the gnawing thinking it was the eggs causing contractions from my lower intestine on the right side . Two things were happening simultaneously a stomach gnawing in the upper stomach and contractions stemming from the lower intestine right side . It was worse than labor , but the contractions felt exactly like labor . 5 doctors did not have any answers. Yet my nutritionist did because she actually looked at my food history. In addition I was making lemon water everyday with the rinds in and was very hydrated. I did not know the peels themselves were also high in oxalates. I really cooked up quite a painful cocktail for myself. Spinach is one of the highest oxalate superfoods. I probably could have gotten away with the rest if it wasn’t for giant spinach salads everyday.

  15. Great video! Thank you 🎉. I always try to make the best possible purchase when I’m in the store. Unfortunately it’s quite hard to find wild caught fish or organic grass fed meat and eggs. I always try to buy the organic ones and or the one that seems to be the best for the animals.

  16. Thank you Dr. BERG I always like your channel and since im sole food maker/ buying groceries for my family, i realize i need to make some changes. First thing i think I’ll try is homemade salad dressing. I’m not sure i can afford the grass fed meats, it’s very expensive where i live and I’m on a tight budget as it is. Not sure how to get around that. It was interesting to find out about soil based vegetables. Thank you for the info! You’re helping so many people! God bless you.

  17. From watching your previous videos, I think you would agree that Raw Kefir should be on that list as well 😊

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