Are you new to a vegan ketogenic diet? It’s not always easy to adapt to this way of eating, so I’ve gathered together a few links to help along the way. Hopefully, you find this information helpful! Whether you’d like to know how much protein you should be getting, which vegetables are the best to eat on a ketogenic diet, or which are the best sources of vegan fat, you’re in the right place!
If you happen to know of another great vegan keto recipe blog – I’d LOVE to know about it! It’s such a nice community, and I’d love to get to know other plant-based keto bloggers. 🙂
The Absolute Basics
- Is a Vegan Ketogenic Diet Possible? – The Ultimate “Getting Started” Post
- My Vegan Keto Essentials
- How Many Calories Should I Eat on Keto?
- What I Eat in a Day
- Do You Really Need Keto Stix?
- Meat Free Keto eBook
- Quick Start Meal Plan
- Other Vegan Keto Meal Plans
- The Ultimate Vegan Keto Food List
Protein Sources on a Vegan Ketogenic Diet
- The Best Low Carb Vegan Protein Powders
- The Best Low Carb Gluten Free Meat Substitutes
- Eating a Soy-free Vegan Keto Diet
6 thoughts on “Vegan Ketogenic Diet Resources”
My question is this.. i love this blog by the way!… but, I am looking to adopt a vegan flexible ketogenic diet for my son, for health issues. It is imperative that his ph stay alkaline, though. What is your knowledge surrounding this? With a plant based diet (he will drink bone broths, though), will/ do the plant foods/ veggies keep you alkaline enough as is, or should I be monitering ph?
Right now we are plantbased, but more carb heavy.
Hi, Brittany, thank you for all the kind words! Sorry for the delayed response – my “real job” is in the busiest week of the year right now!
Good news – a lot of vegan keto foods are alkaline! I honestly don’t know enough about body alkalinity to say whether you should monitor your son’s pH (your doctor would be a much better resource!), but I can tell you that there are plenty of alkaline nuts and veggies that are champions on a ketogenic diet. 😀
Avocado, almonds, coconut, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini and greens (just to start) are all keto staples, and alkaline foods!
This is a great topic for a post, so I’ll definitely be going into more depth soon. Thanks for posting, and I’d love to know how you and your son are doing with this!
for those who can tolerate vital wheat gluten, is it allowed on a ketogenic diet? i am allergic to soy and don’t have access to a lot of the quorn or beyond meat brand products. i would have to make seitan from scratch. thanks.
Hi Greyce, this is a great question! Vital wheat gluten and seitan are absolutely allowed on a ketogenic diet! I have Celiac though, so I always forget to list it! I’ll change that though. 🙂
Thanks for commenting!