Chicken eggs are not fertilized, they are not embryos, they are just eggs, ovums (like you and me release every month during ovulation), relax. I get my eggs from a woman who has chickens in her back yard, just free and happy, and she collects their eggs and sells them, no damage for anyone, check your local farmers market. You can use eggs in so many keto things, both sweet and savory, thus adding healthy protein and fat to your diet, it doesn’t have to be just omelettes or scrambles. Also a tip, try mixing in some cream cheese to them see if they sit better on your stomach, heard it from jimmy moore and dr nally on an episode of keto talk.
I am not a fan of killing animals either, so I go for free range, socially raised, humane, small farm animal products from farmers markets (yes, including meat, but you don’t have to - cheese, butter, eggs, etc are all good). It’s more expensive, but I feel better, and since we eat way less with this way of eating, if you think about it it’s not really that much more. If cheese doesn’t sit well with you, have you tried goat and sheep cheese? Those are more gentle on the GI, after all goats milk is what they used to feed infants in orphanages before formula was invented, because it was the one that most closely resembles human breast milk. Heavy cream is also not that bad.
If you eat fish, you can have salmon, tuna, sardines, prawns, squid, etc, there is so much variety.
Limit your nuts to macadamia and pili nuts, those are the best for keto.
Aside from that, your attitude in this post is a little aggressive don’t you think? , maybe you didn’t mean to, but that’s how it’s coming across. We are all smart, adult individuals here, there is no need to act this way And yes, perhaps keto may not be for you, if you feel happier and more at ease on a plant based high carb diet and you can handle it, then do that, why are you stressing to do this? Follow what your body tells you to do