Pumpkin; it’s a great ingredient for keto-compliant desserts when you want something sweet and satisfying. There are 7 grams of net carbs per ½ cup serving.

Green Cabbage; Low in net carbs, high in flavor and crunch, this cruciferous vegetable is an awesome base for coleslaw.

Kale; This super green is one of the few vegetables that is a good source of protein (3 grams per cup), and it's also low in carbs and high in other nutrients like vitamin A, C and K

Spinach; Another super green, spinach is packed with vitamin A, C, calcium and iron. It's very low in carbs and makes for an amazing addition to any meal

Bell peppers; Use these multi-colored peppers in a variety of ways, like in stir-fry, eggs, and fajitas, or as a dipper for keto spreads. They're packed with vitamin C and potassium, which is great for active bodies.

Arugula; is low in carbs and high in nutrition. It's also a good source of folate, calcium, potassium and magnesium, which are great for your blood pressure.

Zucchini; This summer squash is a perfect substitute if you are wanting pasta but adhering to the keto diet. It’s filled with vitamin C, A, and calcium, plus it's low in carbs

Broccoli; With just 2 grams of net carbs per ½ cup, broccoli is a major superfood that should be a staple on the keto diet.

Cauliflower is a great cruciferous veggie to choose when you’re on keto. It has 1.5 grams of net carbs per half a cup.

Celery; Take advantage of celery’s high water content to prevent the dehydration that’s often associated with keto.