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Keto Diet: More Harm Than Good?

You may have heard of this new diet, ‘Keto’ that has been popularised as a new weight loss diet.

The Ketogenic diet, aka Keto, is a super low-carb diet plan, targeted at weight loss. The idea is to bring your body to a “starvation” state (ketosis) where it uses fat for energy instead of carbs.

While it’s popular, Keto Diet has been frowned upon by dieticians and nutritionists alike. Why?

Keto is an extreme diet plan that is strenuous for the body as it changes the way your body uses fuel. In other words, your body changes its natural way of using carbs as energy and convert fats instead.

But this process is not a smooth journey. As your body transitions through this change, you will experience severe side effects.

1. Headaches:
In the first few days, your body is switching its energy source from glucose that you get from carbs to ketones, a compound made in your liver. This is known as a “keto flu” and experts say this period of transition is no joke. You will experience dizziness, lightheadedness with difficulty in sleeping. Keto Flu last up to weeks, until your body has fully adapted.

2. Constipation:
If you’re cutting complex carbs, you’re also majorly reducing fiber. This is a big reason why people experience gastrointestinal issues when on keto, like constipation or diarrhea.

3. Bad Breath:
This might not seem like a big deal, but it’s worth knowing about. When your body is in ketosis state, your breath will start smelling acetone which is a chemical that gives nail polish that strong, pungent smell.

And the list goes on – fatigue, tendency to put on more weight when stopped.

To avoid these side effects, switch your weight loss strategy. The simplest and most sustainable plan is to eat the right food that your body needs. This is why we recommend HFFP because it does just that.

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