Video: How To Be A Low Carb Vegan, Keto Vegan, or Eat More Plants on Keto

Video: How To Be A Low Carb Vegan, Keto Vegan, or Eat More Plants on Keto #keto #paleo #vegan #lowcarb

8 simple steps to making a ketogenic, high-fat, low carb, plant-based eating style work for you if you’re vegan, or want to include more plants in your low carb/high-fat life!

While I’m not vegan (anymore), I’ve guided many of my clients through this process and know that it’s entirely possible to live in both worlds – nutritional ketosis fuelled entirely by plants and lots of fats!

No idea what the benefits are of living high-fat, if you don’t know what ketosis is, or you’re curious about low-carb living? Grab my book! The bonus meal plan is far from being vegan, but the book itself (over 100 pages of awesome) will give you a solid introduction to this lifestyle, whether you do it vegan or not.

If you’re vegan or love living a plant-based life and want to infuse your fat-burning keto journey with plant-based goodness, press play and get in on the action.

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  • How to know if a ketogenic vegan eating style will work for you.
  • The plant-based proteins that encourage fat-burning.
  • Meals and snacks to create a perfectly balanced low carb vegan day.
  • 8 strategies for your low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic, vegan eating style.


Do you eat a lot of plants (like me!) on your keto journey?

I’d love to chat about your experience in the comments below.

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  1. Hey Leanne!

    I just discovered you today as I was searching for information on whether Keto can be done on a vegan diet. I’m not actually vegan, but I don’t like eating a lot of meat and I don’t eat dairy at all. I eat pastured organic eggs and chicken, but not on a daily basis.

    I’m having the hardest time dropping weight. I actually watched one of your other videos where you mention you were on birth control for a number of years.

    So, here’s my story: I was overweight almost all my life. When I was 24, I decided to change that. I started eating more of a whole foods diet and as I look back, I realize it was a high-fat diet. I lost 40 pounds and with exercise as well, I was able to go from a size 10 to a size 0. I kept it off for over 4 years with no problem and looked fantastic, but I was in a toxic relationship and towards the end of that relationship, I started breaking out badly. I made the awful decision to go on birth control to clear up my skin and I went off of it after a year and a half.

    I didn’t have much of a problem when I was on it – I probably gained about 5 pounds. The problem came after I went off of it. I started breaking out very badly – the worst it had ever been. I lost a bunch of my hair, and I put on 10 pounds in 1 month. Obviously this is unusual for someone who takes care of their health, diet, and exercise. I’m a holistic health coach as well (, so I educated myself deeply on food/nutrition/movement/clean lifestyle, etc.

    I went to acupuncture and that helped with the acne and the hair loss. But I have not had any luck getting the scale to move and I’m at a loss. I work out daily, and I eat clean. I don’t eat a ton of fruit, but I’m even cutting down on that – and that makes me really sad b/c I love fruit in the summer! I eat all organic and I get enough sleep most of the time. I drink tons of water. I guess the one thing I’m lacking is patience. I went off the pill in 2013. It’s now 2016 and I’ve put on 25 pounds and I would really just like to tone up and get rid of at least some of the excess weight.

    Do you have any suggestions as someone who has been through something similar? Like I said, I’m dairy free and don’t eat any meat other than chicken and I do eat eggs. Otherwise, my diet is full of avocado, nuts, good oils, tons of veggies, some fruits (berries mostly). I don’t generally eat grains, but when I’m at my parents house once a week, I might have one serving of brown rice (I’m Indian so it’s hard to get away from rice entirely). I also love my cheat day once a week – I’ve been doing that since the beginning of my weight loss journey and have never had a problem. Cheat day for me, means I eat anything I want other than dairy. Of course, it’s only one day per week, and lately it’s only been a cheat meal.

    So anyway, if you have any ideas/advice at all, I’d really appreciate your thoughts/input! Thanks for all you do and advancing the state of health and wellness in people’s lives!

    • Tanuja
      I believe she does coaching if you need advice also she wrote a book! Good luck