The ketogenic diet or keto diet, in short, is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat eating plan that offers many health benefits. More than 20 studies show that this type of diet can help you lose weight and improve your health, providing benefits against diabetes, cancer, epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease.

This diet consists of sharply reducing carbs and replacing them with fats. This reduction exposes the body to a metabolic state called ketosis, making it incredibly efficient and able to convert all the fat into energy.

These diets can cause a reduction in blood sugar and insulin levels, providing numerous health benefits.

So, If you are a person who has diabetes and are looking to improve your life by eating healthier foods that help lower your blood sugar, we invite you to try this ketogenic diet for diabetes and pre-diabetes.

Studies undertaken

The ketogenic diet can help you lose excess fat, which is closely related to type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

One study found that the ketogenic diet improved insulin sensitivity by a huge 75% increase.

Another study of people with type 2 diabetes found that 7 of the 21 participants were able to stop taking all diabetes medications.

Additionally, 95.2% of the ketogenic group was able to stop or reduce diabetes medications, compared to 62% of the high-carbohydrate group.

Visit the doctor before starting any diet.

Visit the doctor before starting any diet you get on the internet, remember that it is always better to have an expert opinion.

Example: Ketogenic meal plan for one week

To help you get started, here is an example of a 1-week ketogenic plan.


Breakfast: Bacon, eggs, and tomatoes.

Lunch: Chicken salad with olive oil and feta cheese

Dinner: Salmon with asparagus cooked in butter.


Breakfast: Eggs, tomatoes, basil, and goat cheese omelet.

Lunch: Almond milk, peanut butter, cocoa powder, and milkshake with stevia.

Dinner: Meatballs, cheddar cheese, and vegetables.


Breakfast: A ketogenic milkshake.

Lunch: Seafood salad with olive oil and avocado

Dinner: Pork chops with Parmesan cheese, broccoli, and salad.


Breakfast: Tortilla with avocado, salsa, peppers, onions, and spices.

Lunch: A handful of nuts and celery sticks with guacamole and salsa.

Dinner: Chicken stuffed with pesto and cream cheese accompanied by vegetables.


Breakfast: Sugar-free yogurt with peanut butter, cocoa powder, and stevia.

Lunch: Sautéed beef cooked in coconut oil with vegetables.

Dinner: Rare hamburger with bacon, egg, and cheese.


Breakfast: Cheese and ham omelet with vegetables.

Lunch: Some slices of ham and cheese with nuts.

Dinner: Whitefish, eggs, and spinach cooked in olive oil.


Breakfast: Fried eggs with bacon and mushrooms.

Lunch: Hamburger with sauce, cheese, and guacamole.

Dinner: Steaks with eggs and salad.

Note: You can vary all the meals with different vegetables and meats without any problem since each one provides different nutrients and health benefits