Can I Eat Fruit Once I Lose the Weight on Keto?

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You've made it to your weight or health goal. Now can you eat fruit? 

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Timestamps 
0:07 Can I eat fruit after losing weight?
0:13 Eating fruit after losing weight—the whole package
1:03 Fruits that are lower in sugar 
2:27 What is your history of abusing sugar?

In this video, we're going to talk about fruit and weight loss. Can you eat fruit after you lose weight on keto?

Yes, you can eat fruit after losing weight on keto. But, it comes with a package.

• Fruits have been grown to be sweeter and higher in sugar.
• Fruits are seasonal, but you can buy them all year-round. If you eat a lot of fruit, you're getting a lot of fructose. 
• Fruit, in general, is not keto-friendly. 
• If you want to start adding back in fruit, what is your history of abusing sugar? If you don't have a history of abusing sugar, you don't have insulin resistance, you have a fast metabolism, you don't have a weight problem, and you don't have a health problem—you could probably get away with adding in some fruit. 
• Take a look at all the data and make a judgment call. 

Fruits that are lower in sugar:

• Avocados
• Lemons/Limes
• Coconuts 
• Tomatoes
• Pomegranate seeds
• Starfruit
• Berries (raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries)

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