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answered by Patron (2,970 points) 2 12 29
Well my personal opinion is that no diet is healthy unless they have been specifically designer to help your very personal needs. I have met several People Who have tried this keto diet and have had no good results whatsoever. I would not doubt that a diet based in eating 70% fats and very little carbs would actually do anyone any good. In fact if you need a diet you need to go to a nutricionist as he or she will be able to create a diet plan that perfectly fits your needs. Picking up random diets on the web are nothing but a trap. They might work at First but then you will not be able to do them forever and as soon as you stop the diet chances are that you will get back to your previous eating habits and all the work will be pretty much Lost in the process.
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answered by Patron (2,100 points) 2 6 15
If you truly care about your life and health, do not go for diets. One thing i know, is that diets do not work. Do not get cheated, you would rather take care of your health by taking the right foods in the right amounts, that way you will be healthy without health issues. people think that dieting helps them reduce the intake of food, truth is, it makes you crave for foods that are not healthy because you have been denying yourself food, eating small portions of foods and skipping to eat other foods. Whatever diet you get, however good it seems, think twice about getting into it. Diets could make you loose weight, but it will also make you miss out on nutrients that are needed for the body to be healthy. Why compromise for something that will harm you in the long run. eat as much as you can, but also exercise balance the two and you will be as healthy as you want to be.
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keotsis occurs when people eat a low or no carb diet and molecules called ketones build up in their bloodstream. However many expert say ketosis itself is not necessarily harmful. Some studies, in fact suggest that a ketogenic diet is safe for significantly overweight or obese people.

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