What About Canned Vegetables on Keto?

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The first thing you need to know about canned vegetables is that they are heated between 240 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit to kill the enzymes, sterilize, and kill the bacteria and to preserve the vegetable or product to increase the shelf life. But heating the product could also greatly reduce the effectiveness of the vitamins (especially A, C and B1) and the antioxidants. When certain foods are cooked, the starches breakdown increasing the glycemic index. Consume your vegetables raw or slightly steamed.

Examples of Canned Products:
• Soup – Loaded with MSG/Starch
• Chili – Beans
• Tomato Sauce
• Pumpkin

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So guys, I like to do videos on what you want me to do videos on. There's several people that keep mentioning to do a video on canned vegetables on keto. So here it is. Let's just talk about it. The first thing you need to know is when you are canning, you are actually heating, you are preserving the vegetable or the product increasing the shelf life. So they are going to heat it between 240-250 degrees Fahrenheit. That is going to kill the enzymes, you are going to sterilize the product, gonna kill off any bacteria in there to make sure it sits of the shelf a lot longer. Here's the problem, it's also going to kill of the vitamins, not necessarily minerals but the vitamins and the antioxidants - it is going to greatly reduce the effectiveness of the vitamins especially vitamin A, vitamin C, B1 and many others. So here you are, you are going into keto, you are trying to be healthy and you're following my videos so it says eat a lot of vegetables, and you decided to go canned, but that defeats purpose because you are trying to consume vegetables for the vitamins and the minerals, and the phytonutrients. So by canning it, it pretty much defeats the purpose so why even consume vegetables if it is void of nutrients. Not to mention like if you are also doing like kind of canned soup for example, it is loaded with MSG hidden as modified food starch. Definitely start reading labels, read the carb amounts and the sugar amounts and stay away from any added sugars. Now when certain foods are cooked, the starches break down increasing the glycemic index. If you are going to consume chili for example as beans and they cook the beans for a period of time, you have a product that is very high in the glycemic index. Especially when you consume potatoes as well which you are not supposed to on the keto plan. If you are gonna do chili, make your own without the beans. So then you have tomato sauce, one thing you have to realize about tomato sauce is that these tomatoes are cooked thereby again raising the glycemic index so don't consume a lot of it, a little bit is fine and let's say you consume some and you are wondering why you are not losing weight..


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