Ketosis Menu Plan


So I am writing this announcement today for both myself and you. for the first 7 days of the keto diet. As some of you may know, I have been doing the low carb and gluten-free thing for 2 years, with great success. During the summer, however, I relaxed a bit and the weight started to rise. I got serious a bit, then relaxed again, then serious, then relaxed, etc. Ketosis menu plan!


1.  Eat less than 20g of net carbohydrates per day if you want to enter ketosis. Don’t guess – you might be surprised how many grams of carbs are in things you might have considered “free” like onions, garlic, tomatoes, and kale, just to name a few.

2.  Buy some ketosis, they are inexpensive and you can even cut them in half to get double the strips. Some people say they don’t matter, but when you suffer as much as you will in the first few days, it’s good to get validation that it’s working.

On average, it takes most people about three days to enter ketosis. The sticks will confirm that ketones are being excreted through urine. That’s it. Ketones won’t change color at all, so there’s a trace (light pink) and it goes up from there to dark purple. The darkness of the stick does not matter. As long as you show trace amounts, then you’re in ketosis, and voila. In fact, if it shows very dark on the rod, you may be dehydrated and need to drink more water

3.  Eat enough salt! 


When you eat low carbohydrates, your body doesn’t retain water in the same way, so sodium and other important electrolytes are quickly removed. You have to replace these or you will feel very bad, it can even cause palpitations, panic attacks, and other scary things.

Monday Ketogenic Menu


Avocado salad with walnut oil

Roast veal

Mashed cauliflower

Having dinner

Squash soup

Roast chicken with thyme

Pan-fried southern vegetables / Green salad with rapeseed oil

Cup of white sheep cheese and flaked almonds

Tuesday Ketogenic Menu


Creamed cucumbers

Paprika fish papillate

Celery mousse with garlic

Plain small Swiss cheese with pistachio pieces

Having dinner

Vegetable soup

Rosemary braised rabbit

Butter beans with shallot / Green salad with rapeseed oil


Wednesday Ketogenic Menu


Feta salad

Roast turkey with herbs

Sautéed carrots

Eggs pudding and crushed almonds

Having dinner

Pumpkin soup

Tuna tartare with olive

Green salad with rapeseed oil

Natural sheep yogurt and hazelnut pieces

Thursday Ketogenic Menu


Leeks Vinaigrette

Chicken cutlet with tomato and basil

Southern pan / Green salad with rapeseed oil


Having dinner

Consumed brunoised

Soft-boiled eggs and endive fondue

Green salad with rapeseed oil

Small Swiss and almond puree

Friday Ketogenic Menu


Plate garnished with feta vegetables

Fisherman’s grill with citrus fruits

Celery puree


Having dinner

Beef broth

Poultry paupiette with mustard seed

Vegetable gratin / Green salad with rapeseed oil

Cottage cheese and sesame seeds

Saturday Ketogenic Menu


Mixed salad with tuna and olives

Roast chicken with herbs

Broccoli cabbage


Having dinner

Carrot soup with ginger

Plate of crustaceans and shellfish

Green salad with rapeseed oil

Plain yoghurt with poppy seed

Sunday Ketogenic Menu


Corn salad with smoked salmon

Grilled sirloin

Butter beans and Provençal tomatoes

Green salad with rapeseed oil


Ketosis Menu Plan

Having dinner

Dubarry cream

Sage fish duo

Sautéed zucchini / Green salad with rapeseed oil

Fresh goat cheese and chives

Enjoy your meal !