Health·Posted on May 12, 201915 Charts That'll Make Going Keto Sooo Much EasierFrom keto-friendly substitutes to a guide on correctly customizing your Starbucks order.by Jasmin SuknananBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Understand the symptoms that show that your body is in ketosis. authoritynutrition.com / Via pinterest.com It's totally normal to feel more tired than usual when starting the keto diet. And don't be surprised if you're suddenly taking more trips to the bathroom — you are making a major change in what you eat, after all. 2. Quickly bounce back from a case of the "keto flu." View this photo on Instagram @macrofareplan / Via instagram.com Flu-like symptoms are common for those starting the keto diet for the first time, Staying hydrated and consuming enough fat are essential for a quick recovery. 3. Create a hassle-free, keto-friendly grocery list. View this photo on Instagram @nutritionadvance1 / Via instagram.com Creating any grocery list is hard enough as it is. Make sure your shopping cart is loaded with foods that are high in good fats, and don't even THINK about stepping into the pastry aisle. 4. And make sure you know how to read the nutrition label for keto-friendly items. ketodomain.com / Via tumblr.com Products that contain natural sweeteners, like stevia, are fine to have while you're on the keto diet. 5. Enjoy the foods you love with some easy swaps. Ketogenic Lab / Via pinterest.com No need to say goodbye to your favorite foods! Substitute Parmesan crisps for salad croutons and go bulletproof with your coffee. 6. And don't feel like you have to completely skip happy hour. ruled.me / Via cdn.ruled.me Some alcoholic beverages — like vodka and gin — are actually low in carbs. Wine lovers should opt for drier varieties, like the pinots. 7. Keep enjoying the creamer in your coffee. View this photo on Instagram http://@ketofy.me / Via instagram.com Half-and-half and heavy whipping cream are better for your coffee because they contain fewer carbs than whole milk. 8. Keep your Starbucks order keto with just a few easy-to-remember tips. ketoconnect.net / Via pinterest.com Some sugar-free syrups, like vanilla and cinnamon dolce, contain just one carb per pump. Always remember that the beauty of Starbucks is that you can always ask for less! 9. Continue ordering your fast-food favorites with just a few minor modifications. fitwirr.com / Via fitwirr.com You can still enjoy a double cheeseburger minus the ketchup and buns. And the bacon egg bites from Starbucks are already low in carbs — no adjustments needed! There are more swaps than you think, and you can find them on the @ketohackershop Instagram account. 10. Make sure you're reaching for the right condiments. nutritionadvance.com / Via pinterest.com Good news for guac lovers: You don't have to cut this from your order. Sour cream and cheese sauce are also A-OK. 11. Opt for the dairy options that are low in carbs. perfectketo.com / Via pinterest.com Some dairy products contain more carbs than others, so make sure you choose wisely! 12. And keep in mind that not all fruits are keto-friendly. ketovale.com / Via pinterest.com Stay away from dried and canned fruits since they're high in added sugar and therefore not keto-friendly. Instead, go for fresh berries. 13. Same goes for veggies. oneearthhealth.com / Via pinterest.com Not all leafy greens are made equally — spinach tends to be lower in carbs than lettuce and cabbage. 14. Snack on nuts that are lower in carbs. ketodietapp.com / Via pinterest.com Though highly addictive to snack on, cashews are actually much higher in carbs than pecans or hazelnuts. 15. And munch happily on high-fat, low-carb snacks. nutritionadvance.com / Via pinterest.com Chocolate lovers don't have to give up their favorite sweet snack! The complete chart has even more yummy, keto-friendly snack options like pork rinds and coconut chips.