Ketosis (Tag Archives)

The Keto Crotch Conspiracy: Fake News but Real Science?

Keto Crotch

Over the past few years, out of the tens of thousands of discussions, there have been a few threads on Reddit’s various keto diet support communities where women complain about changing smells down under when transitioning into the ketogenic diet.[1-4][…]

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Keto Flu Research: Can MCT Oil Help the Transition?

MCT Oil Keto Flu “Tomorrow, I start the keto diet!”

With a hint of pre-emptive triumph, this affirmation is stated millions of times each year. The reason tomorrow always seems to win over today: dieting is generally regarded as a time of deprivation, restriction […]

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Jillian Michaels is an Anti-Keto “Disinformation Agent”. But We Can Save Her.

Jillian Michaels Keto Diet

By now, if you follow the keto diet community online, you’ve likely seen the video that Jillian Michaels put together on the Big Think YouTube channel. Or even more likely, you’ve seen the responses to her video, since those responses […]

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Keto Cheat Meal Rescue! How to use BHB Salts to Save a Keto Fail

Keto Cheat Meal Rescue

Keto dieter who knocked yourself out of ketosis with a bad cheat meal? Then knock yourself back in with BHB + energy from our sponsor and co-author, Vaxxen Labs’ KETO-1!

You messed up. You ate something you shouldn’t have […]

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Keto Diet Benefits: What The Actual Research Says

Keto Diet Benefits

When attempting to change your life and lifestyle, you must always yourself ask one question: Why?

Why should I adopt this new way of living? Why have my previous approaches failed to get me to my destination?

The keto diet […]

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Research Confirms it: The “Sugar Coma” is REAL! But When is it Worst?

Keto Diet Expanding Brain

A double-blind, placebo-controlled study linked reduced attention and response times to glucose ingestion.[1] In short…

The sugar coma is real.

Sugar and caffeine are a match made in heaven for corporations like Monster Energy. For years now, energy drinks have […]

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Mice Live Better and Longer on the Keto Diet, But Will You? …and Do You Care?

Keto Diet Longevity

Recent studies show that showing low-carb diets help mice live longer.

But should we care?

The Keto Diet Mice Longevity Science:

Our review of this data centers on two investigations. The first by John Newman and Eric Verdin et al. […]

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The Other Salt: Potassium and Keto Diet

Keto Diet Potassium

Meeting the FDA’s daily values for potassium can be difficult, especially when following the keto diet. Although some high-potassium foods such as avocados are suitable for the keto diet, you may have to rely on supplements or ‘salt substitutes’ to […]

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Stay Salty: Sodium Strategies on a Keto Diet

Keto Diet Sodium

On a ketogenic diet without additional supplementation, the dieter’s electrolyte levels drop to levels much lower than usual. A low level of electrolytes present in your body will cause lower blood pressure, decreased overall performance, and other symptoms that could […]

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How to Kill Keto Breath

Keto Breath

On low carbohydrate diets, it is possible to experience a phenomenon known as “keto breath”. Keto breath specifically refers to an off-putting, fruity smell, and it’s typically caused by one or two aspects of a low carbohydrate diet. Included in […]

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