Keto Diet Dangers - A Nutritional Doctor's Wake Up Call
Publisher: Authors Republic
Date: August 2019
Duration: 1 hours 35 minutes
Keto Diet Dangers. Are the any? The short, and honest answer is: Yes. And No.
It all depends on your body type,metabolism, amount of exercise, mental attitude, and, of course, any pre-existing medical conditions.
That said, serious muscle loss is a possible Keto Side effect. Research has found that people on the keto lose muscle even when they continue resistance training.
This may be related to the fact that protein alone is less effective for muscle building than protein and carbohydrates together after exercise.
Keto Can also Put Stress on the Kidneys and Possibly Give You Kidney Stones. The reason is that a High intake of animal proteins makes your urine more acidic and increases calcium and uric acid levels.
Another potential red flag is that The Possibility of Low Blood Sugar Can Make Keto Risky for People With Diabetes.
The reason is that, as you probably know, carbs help control blood sugar. Particularly important for diabetics.
Bottom line: Keto is not a good idea for those with Type one diabetes.
In his many previous books on diet, health and nutrition, celebrated British Nutritionist, Dr. Phillip Osmond Clark cut through the hype and celebrity ravings to give you factual, and nutritionally sound advice.
He continues that fact and fiction evaluation in this book. To help you avoid any possible Keto Diet Dangers.