I'm pretty sure that the Swedes in charge would not like the amount of bacon that I eat - but they certainly are doing a better job than their North American counterparts.
Although, I've heard that Sweden has updated its food guide to frown on low-fat foods, it is not keto.
Here is a description of it from the FAO of the United Nations: http://www.fao.org/nutrition/education/food-based-dietary-guidelines/regions/countries/sweden/en/
These recommendations are in the above-linked article:
- Switch to low-fat dairy products - Choose low-fat, unsweetened products enriched with vitamin D.
- Less red and processed meat - Eat less red and processed meat, no more than 500 grams a week. Only a small amount of this should be processed meat.
- Less salt - Choose food with less salt. Use less salt when you cook, but choose salt with iodine when you do use it.
I like this article, which is more pro-keto: