Seafood is another low-carb option providing iodine, omega-3 fatty acids, and other benefits. Protein and FatFocus on healthy natural whole food sources of protein and fat like:EggsMeats like chickenSeafoodDairyNuts and nut milkSeedsNut and seed oilsCooking with Fats and OilsRather than cooking with canola oil, most keto dieters opt for healthier and more natural cooking oils and fats like butter, lard, tallow, coconut oil, and olive oil for lower temperatures and sautéing. Roasting your veggies in coconut oil or butter or cooking chicken in the crockpot and consuming the fatty broth are just some of the many ways to add more fats to your keto diet. Nuts and SeedsAll American Potato Chips, Sour Cream & CheddarNuts and seeds don’t just make tasty, crunchy snacks; they can also be transformed into milk and flour to make some of your favorite recipes! You don’t want to go too nuts with nuts or seeds, as they do contain some carbohydrates, but in moderation, nuts and seeds are a keto-friendly choice. Try this keto granola featuring almonds, walnuts, and pistachios. Low-Carb VeggiesWhen it comes to veggies, you’ll want to avoid starchier veggies like yams and sweet potatoes and include low-carb veggies, such as:CabbageBok choyCauliflowerAsparagusZucchiniEggplantBroccoliBrussel SproutsSpinachLettuceKale and leafy greensPeppersRadishes Tomatoes, avocados, and green beans are also welcome on your keto dinner table. When it comes to other veggies, like beets and rutabaga, these can be consumed in smaller amounts by some keto dieters, and others will completely avoid them. Remember, beans, corn, grains, and potatoes aren’t good keto options. Low-Carb FruitsUnless you’re a carnivore, you might be wondering about fruit. Fruit is certainly limited on keto, but, in moderation, you can enjoy lower carb fruits like:StrawberriesBlueberriesBlackberriesLemonsLimesStarfruitAvocadoTomatoCantaloupeWatermelonHoneydewSome fruits are more debatable. Take kiwi as an example.