The Keto Diet Meals for 1 Week

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The best thing about the keto diet is its simplicity in overhauling daily meal plans, without complicating them. Multiple enthusiasts take up this meal-planning method due to its popularity for helping lose weight quickly. Not to forget, the addition of the ketones can surely elevate the process.

As we should know, the ketogenic diet’s main aim stays on reducing carbohydrate intake while depending on moderate-protein and high-fat meals.

By doing so, your body begins using the fat as an alternative source of energy for metabolism. Also, you can use some of the best exogenous ketones from the market for more effective results.

A proper keto diet meal plan should have around 60% to 70% of healthy fats that can help shed off excess weight and rejuvenate mental and physical health. The overall carb intake for most starters is approximate 40gms a day. The overall goal is to ingest fat through 60-75% of daily calorie intake.

Depending on variations in the budget, prep timing, and particular dietary restrictions, we are going to look into some options and build the best scrumptious meal plans for the keto diet one week.

Day 1

Breakfast:
You can try a plate of:
• egg salad with fresh lettuce, mushrooms, and celery, or
• Sausage/bacon and eggs frittata

Lunch:

• Grilled chicken pesto with sauteed asparagus, or
• Caesar salad with romaine lettuce and turkey slices.

Dinner:

• Baked salmon with thyme and lemon, or
• Cauliflower steak with goat cheese sauce drizzle

Day 2

Breakfast:

• Bacon and scrambled eggs with goat cheese, or
• Keto diet with fruit granola and Greek yogurt

Lunch:

• Cabbage roll with beef filling, or
• Caesar salad with last day’s leftover chicken.

Dinner:

• Pork chops with grilled broccoli and green apple salsa, or
• Sausage & leftover cooked broccoli tossed in butter and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.

Day 3

Breakfast:

• Keto bread with poached eggs, or
• ham, corn, and peas pancakes with sprinkled goat cheese.

Lunch:

• Tuna and shrimp salad with olive oil drizzle, or
• Broccoli and sausage cheese soup

Dinner:

• Cheese and chili spaghetti squash casserole, or
• Cauliflower, peas, mushrooms with parmesan cheese au-gratin.

Day 4

Breakfast:

• Keto diet green smoothie, or
• Breakfast sausage sandwich with romaine lettuce & peas

Lunch:

• Cauliflower and sausage au-gratin, or
• Egg salad with sliced avocado and vinegar

Dinner:

• Roasted pork tenderloin with garlic butter and rosemary, or
• Spinach, bacon and mint soup

Day 5

Breakfast:

• Bacon, greens and cheese pancakes, or
• Bacon and eggs toast with sliced avocado

Lunch:

• Lemon and black pepper grilled herring, or
• Sun-dried tomato and feta meatballs

Dinner:

• Stuffed chicken with avocado and mushroom salad, or
• Celery sticks with keto diet almond butter dip

Day 6

Breakfast:

• Italian baked keto eggs, or
• Plain porridge

Lunch:

• Smoked chicken with avocado salad and lemon drizzle, or
• Keto diet Cuban pot roast

Dinner:

• Chilli spaghetti squash casserole, or
• Low-carb keto seafood dumplings

Day 7

Breakfast

    • egg salad with fresh lettuce, mushrooms, and celery, or

    • Bacon and eggs over keto bread

Lunch

    • Coconut chicken tenders with flaxseeds, or

    • “Anti” pasta salad with sundried tomatoes and olive oil drizzle

Dinner

    • Rib-eye steak in garlic butter and thyme, or

    • greek yogurt and lime-grilled chicken

Conclusion

When the keto diet started as a health fashion, it wasn’t easy to assume its effectiveness. But in recent times, we can vouch for the healthy and nutritious substitute to potato and wheat-rich food-intakes. The simplicity of the meal plans has hailed a ketogenic diet to be affordable, attainable, and the very best for busy professionals.

So why wait when you can spend your weekend planning a week full of delicious meals to look forward to? Don’t forget to share the experience of enjoying these tasty dishes. Let us know in the comments about more keto-friendly meals we can add to this list.

Disclaimer: The content on HealthTime is for educational and informational purposes only. Do not consider this as medical advice. Use the content in consultation with a certified healthcare professional.

Adam Reeve was born in Texas and went to college in California to study kinesiology. He's now living in Chicago and works as a fitness instructor, and also part-time for a football team. Adam is a life coach, wellness writer, and low carb diets, enthusiast.

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