8 Best Low-Carb Fruits to Eat on a Keto Diet


Avocados are a keto-friendly fruit with 22 grams of heart-healthy fat and less than three grams of net carbs per cup, and they can lower LDL cholesterol levels.


Olives, a fruit, are anti-inflammatory, heart-healthy, and provide 21 grams of fat and less than one net carb per cup, with the added benefit of being salty for keto dieters.


Coconut is rich in fiber (7.2 grams per cup) and MCT oil, which may reduce Alzheimer's risk; half a cup of shredded coconut has 13 grams of fat and 2.5 grams of net carbs.


Blackberries offer nearly eight grams of fiber and 30.2 mg of vitamin C per cup, along with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects, with six grams of net carbs per serving.


Raspberries have 6.6 grams of net carbs per cup and are known for reducing inflammation and lowering the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes due to their fiber and antioxidants.


A cup of strawberry halves has a little more than nine grams of net carbs, and they help reduce insulin resistance and heart disease risk; half a cup lowers the carb count.


Tomatoes, a fruit, support heart health and lower inflammatory stress markers; cherry tomatoes have four grams of net carbs per cup and are great for snacks or salads.


Lemons, which have less than half a gram of carbs per wedge, can add flavour to drinks and foods and decrease cholesterol and improve vitamin C and iron absorption.

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