The Keto flu, which is otherwise known as ‘carb flu’ by many is used to describe the flu-like reactions that often follow the commencement of a ketogenic diet.
It happens as a result of the sudden and drastic removal of carbs from your diet.
One of the major reasons you get this flu is as a result of insufficient electrolyte in your diet.
Find out how you can identify and manage Keto Flu Symptoms!
What is Keto?
How does it work?
Pro's and Con's?
Keto is a low carb, high fat, moderate protein diet designed to force the body into a state known as ketosis, which is a natural state the body uses to produce energy during a food shortage. During ketosis, our bodies produce ketones, which are formed by breaking down fats in the liver.
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