Quinoa is relatively high in carbs, so it's not commonly included in a keto diet. Opt for lower-carb grains like cauliflower rice or shirataki noodles.
Some soy products like tofu and tempeh can be included in moderation on a keto diet. Be cautious of the carb content and choose minimally processed options.
Yes, coconut oil is rich in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) which are quickly converted to ketones. It's a popular fat source in keto cooking.
If you have nut allergies, you can opt for seed flours (e.g., almond flour alternatives) and seed butters (e.g., sunflower seed butter) as substitutes.
Yes, it's possible to build muscle on a keto diet by consuming adequate protein and engaging in resistance training. Protein intake supports muscle growth and repair.