Keto Side Effects – Kidney Stones | Gout | Flu


Welcome to another video in the KNOWLEDGE
series from Your Keto Site.com. In every era, weight loss has always been
a topic of conversation and hot debates. Irrespective of your age group, it will always
be an exciting topic. Even the millennials of today have many unanswered
questions on weight-loss. Which is the best diet? What is the best diet for rapid weight loss? Are these diets healthy? And, Do the weight loss diets have side effects? This video details the answer to the last
question about side-effects. Also, In the description of this video,
I have a free keto recipe book for you. It’s yours to keep! Currently, the keto diet or the ketogenic
diet is quite popular and trending. Celebrity endorsements have made this diet
an even bigger hit. Despite all the hype surrounding the keto
diet, the actual diet itself is quite uncomplicated and straightforward. In a keto diet, one has to cut down on their
carbs and eat healthy proteins and fats. Studies have shown that eating between 20
to 50 grams of carbohydrates a day will help your body get into the state known as ‘ketosis.’ While the keto diet helps people lose weight,
questions arise on this diet too. One of the major concerns is, ‘What are
the side effects of the keto diet?’ If you want to know the answer to this question,
here are a few of the side effects that you may experience on the keto diet. 1. Nutritional Deficiencies. A limited carbohydrate diet can be right for
you. If you are eating too many of the wrong carbs
now, the reduction in carbs will be useful for you! However, when you cut out too many of the
‘good carbs’ such as fruits and vegetables, you may deny the essential nutrients a body
needs for healthy functioning. Going low on carbs may reduce your phytochemicals
and other essential minerals. Monitor your micronutrients carefully to ensure
that this doesn’t happen. 2. The Keto Flu. You may experience irritability and lack of
concentration when you first go on the keto diet Vomiting, nausea and brain fog are all side
effects of this ‘flu’. This is your body adapting to new processes,
such as burning fat instead of sugar, to become energized. This change can make you feel weak as your
mind and body deal with the transition. When one starts ketosis, there is a significant
amount of water loss from your body. Have electrolytes and consume water regularly
to keep yourself hydrated. Some of you may not experience any symptoms
at all, and others might experience the keto flu for a week or more. 3. Loss of Libido. Switching to a keto lifestyle can make you
lose weight, but along with it, your libido too. The change in libido occurs due to the hormonal
changes when your body goes into ketosis. This is usually a temporary phase because
you may experience an increase in libido when you have adapted to your new ketogenic lifestyle. Don’t let this temporary side-effect stop
you because not everyone experiences this change. 4. Damage of Kidney. Frequent urination could put your kidneys
at risk. In this condition, you are losing some of
the essential electrolytes like potassium, magnesium and sodium. These electrolytes are essential for the efficient
functioning of your kidneys. Increased consumption of meat, mainly processed
meat, can make your body too acidic, which can lead to increased levels of uric acid. High levels of uric acid puts you at risk
of gout. Increase your consumption of water to avoid
developing kidney stones. 5. Diarrhoea and Constipation These two side effects may not appear dangerous,
so they may not concern you. However, a lack of fibre in your diet can
lead to constipation, which can become uncomfortable, and is not suitable for your bowel health. If you include vegetables full of fibre in
your diet, it will help overcome this side effect. The Keto diet is one of the most effective
weight loss programs today. However, health experts are warning people
about the possible side effects. Your body works well when you treat it well. This is true for a balanced diet, containing
necessary vitamins and minerals. So you have to be careful and watch what you
eat. The important question for you is: Which type
of diet is healthier ? One that is low on carbs and high on healthy
fats and proteins, or a diet high in processed fast foods and processed meats, with little
or no nutritional content at all? The answer to this question is self-evident. Isn’t it? If you like to see more such videos; do subscribe
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