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13 Burning Questions about the Keto Diet

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Question #1.)
Is the Keto Diet Healthy?
Eating high levels of saturated fat may pose a risk to heart health in the long run, and in the short term, severely low-carb diets may come with unpleasant side effects, such as constipation and headache.

Question #2.)
Is the Keto Diet Safe to Follow?

Although a very rich fat diet can seem like a radical way to eat, the research that looked at the keto diet did not show any real negative consequences when done in the short term.

Question #3.)
Is Ketosis Bad?

Ketosis is when your body turns into a fat-burning state and breaks down fats into ketone bodies that are used as energy.

Question #4.)
How Many Carbs Do You Eat on a Keto Diet?

The keto diet generally consists of 70 to 75 percent of fats, 20 to 25 percent of protein and 5 to 10 percent of carbohydrates.

Question #5.)
How Much Weight Can You Lose on the Keto Diet?

In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology, 20 obese people who had followed a very low diet of keto for four months lost an average of 44 lbs. (lbs.), mainly from the body and visceral fat.

Question #6.)
What Fruits Can I Eat on the Ketogenic Diet?

Here's what would fit with a keto:
Berries: 3 g of net carbohydrates per half cup.
Strawberry: 2 g net carbs per half-cup slices.
Blueberries: 4 g of pure carbs per ¼ cup.
Blackberries: 3 g net carbs per half cup.
Coconut: 2.5 g net carbs per half-cup, chopped, raw. (Unsweetened).
Avocado: 3 g net carbs per cup, cubes.

Question #7.)
Can I Eat Snacks Like Popcorn, Oatmeal, and Yogurt on Keto?

For example, about half a 7-ounce container of Greek yoghurt contains 5 percent of regular milk fat which contains 3 g of carbohydrates.

Keto-compatible snacks include the best nuts (1 ounce of almonds contain 3 g of pure carbs), seeds (½ cup of sunflower seeds contain 3 g of pure carbs), and small amounts of low-carb fruits such as berries.

Question #8.)
Should I Be Concerned About the Keto Flu?

If you are interested in the keto diet, you may have read about keto flu, which is an unpleasant side effect.

Question #9.)
Will The Keto Diet Hurt My Kidneys?

A study published in the journal Child Neurology on children using the keto diet to control epilepsy found that about 1 in 15 of the advanced kidney stones, although oral potassium citrate supplementation reduced this risk.

Question #10.)
How Long Do You Need to Stay on the Keto Diet to Lose Weight?

When people go into a keto diet and start to incorporate more carbohydrates into their day, they tend to regain some weight during this adjustment period.

Question #11.)
Does the Keto Diet Affect Cholesterol?

The usual keto diet may include 20 to 25 percent of the calories coming from protein.

One of the best sources of protein in the keto system is fatty fish (like salmon or mackerel), as it provides a source of heart-healthy protein and omega-3 fatty acids. These include eye of round roast and steak, sirloin tip side steak, top round roast and steak, bottom round roast and steak, and top sirloin steak.

Question #13.)
Keto Diet Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Although counting carbohydrates is not the first tool to help someone control insulin, distributing carbohydrates evenly throughout the day may be easier to stick to - it's not off the table, especially with stronger emerging research. For example, a small study in the Journal of Internet Medical Research has randomly distributed overweight adults with diabetes from Type 2 into two groups: one group consumed a keto diet and a control group that consumed a low-fat diet recommended by the American Diabetes Association.

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