Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins A and C. If you snack wisely, you can include them on a keto diet.
Creamy avocados are full of healthy fats and low on carbs, making them a super keto-friendly fruit that you can snack on anytime.
Coconut fits nicely with a keto diet. This tropical fruit contains delicious, low-carb flesh and thick, creamy milk.
Keto-friendly tomatoes are savory fruit with between two to three net carbs per serving, so they fall well within your 50 grams carbohydrate per day limit.
At nearly eight net carbohydrates, strawberries have a bit higher carb count than most of the fruits on our list.
Tropical starfruit clocks in at just over six-and-a-half carbs, and this antioxidant-dense fruit does terrific things for your immune system and heart.
Lemon can easily become your BKF: best keto friend. There are a lot of reasons to love lemons.
At roughly six-and-a-half carbohydrates per half-cup serving, cantaloupe can easily be part of a keto breakfast or snack.
Raspberry servings have 5.5 net carbohydrates. If you wish to consume raspberries on the keto diet, use measuring cups.