Keto Dair food list for people who are not sensitive to dairy!
During this process, you will learn a lot about how your body responds to different foods.
You may learn that carbs made you moody, bloated, or a number of other things. You may also learn that the same applies to dairy.
The only way you can know how you respond to dairy is by slowly adding it to your meals.
If you eat dairy and don’t notice any issues, you will probably be okay using dairy as a great source of fat. If however, you find that after eating yogurt or cheese you feel bloated, have cramps, get diarrhea or start vomiting, you will want to eliminate dairy until you figure out the cause.
In some cases, people who were previously lactose intolerant have been able to add dairy into their diets after eliminating carbs, so you just never know. Food allergies are a tricky thing.
I’ve done keto with dairy and without and didn’t notice a difference at all.
Assuming all is well for you in the dairy department, these are the keto-friendly dairy foods you can enjoy:
Keto Dairy Food List:
- Sour Cream
- Heavy Whipping Cream
- Full Fat / Full Cream Greek Yogurt
- Full Fat / Full Cream
- Cottage Cheese
- Cream Cheese
- Goat Cheese
- Monterey Jack
- String Cheeses
Note: This list isn’t exhaustive, it just lists the most common dairy products you can eat to give you ideas.
Feel free to get creative in the kitchen! I love taking some of my favorite recipes and turning them into keto recipes. I’m currently working on this one today: Cranberry Cream Cheese Dessert. Seriously, how delicious will this be for Thanksgiving but in a keto version?
Grab a printable keto diet food list here.