The 7 Nutrient-Dense Foods for Keto

The 7 Nutrient-Dense Foods for Keto

The 7 Nutrient-Dense Foods for Keto

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0:00 Nutrients on keto
3:00 Trace minerals
3:33 Iron
4:50 Antioxidants and phytonutrients
5:25 A few of the most nutrient-dense foods

Today I want to cover the top nutrient-dense foods on keto. Certain nutrients are very easy to get, but some are very difficult. Out of all of the nutrients, the one that might be hardest to get is vitamin D. It’s actually next to impossible to get the vitamin D you need from food alone. On the flip side, vitamin K1 is probably one of the vitamins that’s easiest to get. Vitamin B6 is also pretty easy to get.

It can be difficult to get the amount of potassium you need unless you consume a lot of vegetables (at least 7 cups per day). However, you can also get some potassium from meats. Magnesium is another one that many people are deficient in, but if you’re consuming enough vegetables, you’re going to get magnesium.

When getting vitamin A, you need to make sure you’re getting plenty of the active form (retinol) and not just pre-vitamin A. Pre-vitamin A is found in vegetable sources like spinach and kale. A few great sources of the active form of vitamin A are organ meats and egg yolks. Omega-3 fatty acids can also be difficult to get unless you’re consuming foods such as fatty fish, organ meats, or grass-fed animal products.

Many people are deficient in trace minerals. Unless you consume foods like sea kelp or shellfish, you may not get enough trace minerals. However, there are a good amount of trace minerals in organ meats.

The most bioavailable iron is from animal products. Animal products are also a good source of vitamin B12. Vegetables and berries are good sources of vitamin C.

A few great sources of antioxidants and phytonutrients are garlic, many spices and herbs, and classes of vegetables like cruciferous.

7 nutrient-dense foods:
1. Organ meats
2. Shellfish
3. Salmon
4. Cruciferous vegetables
5. Salad (at least 7 cups)
6. Grass-fed meat
7. Eggs

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Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & 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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