So much fruit you can eat in the keto diet

Written by Marina Lommel
2 minutes reading time
17. July 2023
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After our list of vegetable types and amounts in the ketogenic diet was so well received, many of you have requested such a list for fruit as well. In the overview you will now find different types of fruit and learn how much of it you can eat in the keto diet.

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The table: This is how much fruit you can really eat on keto

In the left column you can see different types of fruit in alphabetical order. To the right, you can see how much (in grams) of that vegetable you can eat to reach 5 g or 10 g of carbohydrates.

In doing so, you will also directly recognize that there are varieties that are more suitable for the keto diet – for example, different berries. On the other hand, particularly carbohydrate-rich fruits are less suitable, because who enjoys 25 g of banana or 40 g of pineapple?

5 g carbohydrates 10 g carbohydrates
Pineapple 40 81
Apple 34 68
Apricots 59 117
Banana 25 50
Pear 40 81
Blueberries 83 167
Blackberries 80 160
Cantaloupe melon 119 238
Dates 8 15
Strawberries 91 182
Figs, fresh 39 78
Figs, dried 9 18
Pomegranate 31 62
Grapefruit 68 135
Blueberries 83 167
Raspberries 104 208
Honeydew melon 40 81
Currants 105 209
Persimmon 31 63
Kiwi 55 110
Lime 88 175
Mango 40 80
Passion fruit 52 105
Nashi pear 47 93
Nectarine 40 81
Orange 61 121
Papaya 70 141
Peach 56 112
Plums 49 98
Pomelo 50 100
Quince 68 137
Sour cherries 51 101
Gooseberries 71 142
Watermelon 60 121
Grapes, red 33 66
Grapes, white 33 66
Lemon 161 323

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This article was written by

Marina Lommel

Marina gründete Foodpunk nach ihrem Abschluss in Ernährungswissenschaften und ist aktuell CEO des Unternehmens. Während ihres Studiums arbeitete sie in verschiedenen Bereichen, darunter in der Wissenschaftsredaktion beim Radio, Redaktion beim TV und Uni-Wissensmagazin sowie im Labor am DZNE in der Parkinsonforschung. Marina ist außerdem Autorin von 5 ernährungswissenschaftlichen Sachbüchern.

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