Negitive effects of the keto diet

Butter coffee, activate! I used to eat seven almonds to stave off hunger before bed exactly. I finished my last meal at 4pm and my breakfast at noon.

I passed on croutons. I worshipped fitness influencers so much that my ex photoshopped a picture of Tim Ferriss and I cooking together. I swore by kettlebelling. I peed on test strips at the drug test clinic I worked at to measure my ketone levels. I put MCT butter and oil in my coffee and avoided bread for almost three years. I thought about making an Instagram of myself dumbbell lunging on a weight bench with the reps in the description.

To some social people, I was goals. Night Then one, it all changed. I poured honey and water into a ounce canister of Quaker oats and kept spooning because there was no other carb source in the house. At the right time, I remember thinking something was very, very wrong, but the thing that was wrong was my lack of self-control and that I would be better — keto!!!

And I did it again a few nights later then. I gained weight. I eventually gave up on dieting, but I was taken by it years to reestablish a healthy relationship with food. I was the extreme, but you are not immune to the consequences of restrictive eating. For most people, it’s an illusion. And for many, that illusion is self-destructive.

Ketones are formed from fat stores. In order for your body to begin making ketones, it needs to run out of glycogen stores first. After you deprive your body of carbs, a bit is taken by it of time for the glucose to clear out. It started in the s after it was tested to reduce or eradicate seizures in individuals with epilepsy. This was well before fitness gurus and low Jenny and carb Craig. It was a right time when the hot fad diets involved grapefruit gut-busting and cigarettes.

People were counting calories, not carbs. Then, inpodcaster and MMA commentator Joe Rogan discussed keto once on his show and his loyal following of fitness enthusiasts and life optimizers took it and ran literally, in the mornings especially, to increase fat burning during the fasting state. Before long, keto everywhere was. Grocery stores were filling their aisles with bars. Restaurants were touting keto-friendly options. Other food sites — this one included — dog-piled on the SEO potential, going in on hot keto content.

The chain reaction was all-encompassing and swift. And as it went viral, keto started everywhere appealing to vulnerable minds. My mind included. But you can accomplish these same goals by, for example, replacing Wonder bread with a healthier carb. Your eyes Close. What do you see when you picture yourself on keto? Naturally, carb deprivation has carved out Michelangelo’s David from your block of pudgy carrara marble.

You have so much more energy now, thanks to the chunk of grass-fed ghee or butter! Open your eyes Now. Unfortunately, you have the same amount of self-control as you did before still. Week Your roommate still wants to get margaritas and tacos next.

Small-smilers on public transport are never going to say anything to you almost. The ketogenic diet is an empty promise, propagandized by brainwashed companies and influencers that want to profit from you. It’s not miraculous. Basically, the tested science is in the pudding.

We’ve got Dr. The harsh reality of keto People appear to expect, based on fitness guru promises, that being in a continuing state of ketosis feels like a cognition-enhancing, energy-stimulating power hour whereby your waist measurement is correlated with your IQ negatively. I just felt fatigued as hell if I tried to exercise usually, beating my body to death on an grating and aged stair climber at 6am. The day eating random assortments of protein and fat Then I went about, felt totally out of control at the sight of brownies in the working office, overdid coffee to suppress my cravings and increase my metabolism, and went to bed feeling the dull ache of deprivation underneath my dieting high.

And that was only the beginning. I asked a few former keto dieters what their experience was like. A former professor of mine found herself in a state of general malaise that never passed more on that laterand felt much more energetic overall when she dropped the diet. Me, I was a lot of things before I was keto: vegan, high starch, skinny, an Adderall abuser, paleo, Catholic, raw till 4, pescatarian, etc.

My keto journey started with avocado and chicken, like many high-fat brethren before me, until I eventually found the paleo cookbooks and created a little diet-friendly life for myself, devoid of family party-friendly foods but productive and communal in its own way. The online was being joined by me forums. I was reading studies about the health advantages of keto. The bone-broth was being drunk by me Kool-Aid, believing my fasting butter and states coffee were catapulting me towards some sort of psychophysiological excellence.

We were not the Google diet generation — we were Google scholar. We treated epilepsy, after all, and our fearless keto leaders preached the Good News to all who would listen, then verbally abused well-meaning bloggers and medical professionals who suggested that extreme dieting could be unhealthy and unsustainable. As such, it’s hard to find people in the health industry to openly chat about keto’s negative impact. I spoked to several “gurus. Fat makes you full.

Blood sugar will down go. Insulin shall be on point. Devoid of carbs, your body will reconstruct in such a way that Zeus will descend from parted clouds to congratulate you on your blood test results. Healthline says it’s actually carb withdrawal. I asked Craig how he recommends people cope with the social isolation brought on by hyper-specific dietary restrictions. See, food is communal; grandparents cook traditional dishes for their families, friends opt to share a huge pizza or pitcher of beer, and so on.

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This answer sad. Having lived in New York all of my life, I’ve seen loved types fall victim to spontaneous gluten intolerance and restaurants run to their rescue with accommodating menus. This is why I get annoyed. The last thing you need is a diet that is going to further fuck up your relationship with food. And you’re right. Diets are psychological largely; there must be a big, sustainable answer to why am I dieting? And fear of dying is, obviously, a lifelong motivator.

During my private and group therapy sessions I learned a lot of information that would be beneficial to the average dieter. You can find all of these materials online.

I was taught about intuitive eating, which helped me break down my regimented eating schedule and lean into my natural inclination to seek variety of foods in order to reduce cravings. I asked James Fell if he had some practical advice on sustainable dieting. However, quality of diet impacts quantity. A higher quality diet is more likely to be one which allows you to eat a lower quantity of calories and still be satisfied. That being said, there are many different ways to look for a high-quality diet.

Extremism and restriction and cheat days and fast results and empty promises are sexy because they remove complexity from life and give us a false sense of control over our bodies and lives. The keto fad shall perish and be replaced by another miracle diet, and another and another, each with a different set of promises that are similar in that they are empty.

Believe me, there exist human beings without killer metabolisms that are still able to eat the foods they enjoy while maintaining a healthy weight. Ruby Anderson made an email address for the hate mail she was warned about: hurtpeoplehurtpeople yahoo.

Negitive effects of the keto diet

105 thoughts on “Negitive effects of the keto diet

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:05
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    What diet isnt a challenge?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:05
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    Wait KETO is hard?! F dat, I’m out!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:06
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    Ive struggled with diabetes for about 15 years. Though I lost most of my 67 pounds before on went on keto my blood sugars were still high. Eating bread, starchy foods made my blood sugar go up. I joined a gym and walked on average 5 miles a day. This helped a bit but not much. Personally Im not big on fat or eating more meat than I usually did. I decided to take 1 year to figure this out for myself. I told my doctor I was taking responsibility for my own health. Medications and insulin though they helped for awhile my diabetes got worse. I was worried about going blind more than anything. It took me 9 months before I went on the keto diet. Dr. Jason Fungs YouTube videos were amazingly helpful. I told my nurse practitioner that I would reverse my diabetes in 30 days and I did. When I went back for my 3 month check-up my A1C went from 13.6 to 6.1 (if your American multiply by 18). At worst I was prediabetic. I stopped taking my medications well before that as they were doing me more harm than good. I asked the nurse practitioner if in all the years she was at the clinic how many patients had reversed there diabetes she said only 1 (her father but he didnt stay that way for long) He went back to bad eating habits.personally I would eat mud if it worked. To me the biggest lie by Diabetes Canada and other organizations is that the disease is progressive and cannot be reversed. So what hope do you give people. None. If you have no hope, then no wonder some patients give up in frustration. I want to make it clear there are many people who thrive on other diets. They didnt work for me. I think the most important part of any approach to diet is to eat real food. Stay away as much as you can from processed foods. I am on a keto diet but I eat low carb salads and other veggies daily. I eat healthy fats like avacados, coconut and olive oil. I eat some fruit, mostly berries. I now love what i eat. I walk every day. My nuropthy is almost totally gone. I do have to get one cataract removed. If my journey inspires even one person , fantastic. Consult your doctor whatever approach you take. Seize the day!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:06
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    The only argument made against the KETO diet in this video is that people will miss some foods. This could only be said by someone who has not practiced the diet. Once your body is fat adapted the craving for sweet starchy things just disappears. Hunger, the curse of low calorie diets, disappears.
    I am prepared to accept that everyone is different and some may not lose their cravings, but anyone who is a failed dieter and has not tried KETO should give it a try.
    It costs nothing, you are cutting food from your diet not buying special diet foods, there is no need to buy books or supplements (unless you want to). Just take responsibility for your life and do it.
    There’s lots of info on the web. My advice would be to keep it simple, at least initially don’t try and produce KETO versions of standard food just eat real food.

    • 24.04.2020 at 07:18
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      if you are a food addict you are going to have to say goodbye to some food anyways, keto helps with that.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:06
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    What a stupid video.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    You will adapt………….

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    So keto doesnt work because it works until people stop doing it because they crave sugar? I am sold.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    Not very helpful

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    Click-bait from the Mayo Clinic? Complete waste of time producing or watching it.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    Nonsense

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:07
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    I’m disgusted with the Mayo Clinic for putting this out. It’s tarnished my view of this institution. I don’t plan on ever changing my Keto lifestyle! I’m a mostly vegetarian, Keto diet, and intermittent fasting 47 year old who easily lost 30 pounds this summer. I didn’t even want to work out until a month into it. I find myself feeling so good, and with such great energy, that I look forward to going to the gym now. I feel better than I’ve ever felt! My insomnia is gone (since before I started working out), my anxiety is greatly reduced and manageable, my depression is gone, my snoring and sleep apnea is gone, and I’m enjoying amazing foods while also a whole new way of dressing myself. I’m eating more veggies than ever before and find my meals more delicious and satisfying than I ever imagined! My husband cured his high triglycerides and cholesterol with this (he’s a meat eating Keto person) and he’d been treated for years with meds, with no luck. We didn’t even eat as poorly as most mainstream Americans before but the typical diet was killing us slowly. I can’t wait to have my bloodwork done next month to see the difference this lifestyle has made for me. Keto is how many people have eaten, around the globe, for centuries. The Mayo Clinic is doing a disservice to people with this video. The only reason I’ve heard of people getting off Keto is the expense of fresh food and grass fed meats in America. I’ve lost my weight with fresh veggies and high protein alternatives to meat. It doesn’t have to break the bank. Keto is not Paleo. You aren’t supposed to consume huge amounts of meat on Keto anyway! Doing so just ups your glucose.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:08
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    this is just dumb. you can go on and off of keto. as long as you give your body the time to burn up all the sugar. i usually eat a normal carb meal once a week maybe twice. but i dont like how carbs make me feel, i cant do as many pull ups or push ups on carbs. and im hungry on carbs. keto is just a much better diet. at lest for me

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:08
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    You dont even agree among yourselves. So many nutritionists and food specialists yet you cant even come up with a definitive theory of nutrition. Always bla, bla, bla…

    You fucking pretentious montherfuckers with your expensive suits, your stupid videos that beat around the bush… FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU AND YOUR DIETS AND YOUR STUPIDLY WORDED ADVICES!

    One is better off studying by oneself than listening to you fucks mumbling shit all day.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:08
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    So the point here is, when a person goes off a restrictive diet, they usually gain some weight back. Groundbreaking stuff.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:09
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    I can’t believe these comments. Keto is not healthy guys! Buy this guys book and follow the food pyramid. Also, drink lots of diet soda, lite beer, lite cigarettes and low fat food.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:09
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    The rapid weight loss is mostly water

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:09
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    How do you not lose respect for the Mayo Clinic if it puts out such lame tidbits?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:10
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    Dont work out because if you stop youre gonna be weak again

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:10
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    This is another example of the utter ignorance of the medical community. Drs arent that intelligent folks, they are no wiser than the ages. Drs used to kill patients by not washing their hands, now they are killing them with bad dietary advice. The keto diet works because you make far less insulin. Insulin is a fat storage hormone. As long as youre eating carbs and spiking your insulin, fat goes in and you will not lose weight. Mayo Clinic, you are a disgrace on this issue.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:10
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    Love the comments in here. I think like ten years ago people wouldve sided with Mayo. But many are awake now to the tyranny and greed of the medical industry and big pharma. Great job guys.

    Im about to go on the Keto diet too. I need to lose 50 to 60 pounds. Lets see how it goes.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:10
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    So basically….it actually does work so long as youre disciplined and committed… Well, duh. That rule applies to every aspect of diet/nutrition, fitness, things of that nature.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    Wait huh? People want to believe, the easy way and then towards the end it also says… after initial, its hard to maintain. So is keto diet hard or easy?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    What a garbage video. It is hard.
    It actually isnt hard at all. Keto foods are delicious, filling, and nutritious.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    Well, hes got a stake in hanging on to his research and selling his book, hasnt he?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    So in other words it does work just not for pussys and weak willed beta males

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    Its not a challenge at all lmao. The challenge is actually not losing too much weight because I dont even feel like eating half the time since quitting all refined sugars and carbs.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:11
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    Its easy to sustain! eating good whole food. 1 year keto no problem at all

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:12
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    Okay, back to chocolate cake and blood pressure meds

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:13
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    People miss the addictive sugars and food substances, we are also surrounded by advertisements of bad foods

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:13
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    My anorexia is more restrictive than keto

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:13
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    Eating like the caveman ate is low carb, and Keto is like the Atkins diet, the caveman diet with more healthy choices. When you have metabolic resistance Keto, low carb is huge in helping you lose weight and feel good! Getting fat is easy for myself and low carb/ Keto/ caveman diets have helped me lose weight. Low-fat diets have actually given me low blood sugar and made me light-headed. I have to stay away from carbs, fructose and eat protein, fats and drink tons of water to be healthy. This might not work for you, but its what I need to do today for my health.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:14
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    The Dr didnt provide a lot of information.

    • 24.04.2020 at 07:28
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      This video is a waste of time and probably funded by coca cola

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:14
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    Lol did I hear that right, thats your only argument.
    Thats funny, its the only lifestyle thats actually sustainable. Been.keto a long time now and i never get fed up with real food.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:14
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    The keto diet is how we should be eating as human beings. It’s how we’ve eaten for thousands of years. Also the Mayo Clinic is half of the reason for misconception of how we should be eating. They contribute to the food industry

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:14
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    Please if you speak for a clinic inform yourself. Cant believe it. After 34 years with asthma and daily symptom treatment i am an symptom free asthmatic. Just because a doctor wants to sell his book and makes a not addressed statement to catch people this should not be a clinics approach to health. So other posts from asthmatics that do not have asthma in ketosis or very low carb. I can just call out to the hard breathing people to try a very low carb diet for a week and see if it improves your condition and symptoms. I was almost out my mind. All the science and medication research on asthmatics and then such an easy fix for me, just no one knew about.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:15
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    Just eat less and workout… Maintaining ketogenic diet is extremely difficult and unhealthy in many ways. This video seems confusing but its meaning is right. Your subcu fat and visceral fat must be decreasing, but your cholesterol level in blood will be hype. NO DOUBT.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:15
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    Keto isnt a fad or phase its a proper human diet but Im sure Mayo clinic gets kick backs from drug companies that are destined to lose profit because of the keto diet, conflicts of interest much?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:15
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    I like how the sheep are bashing this video. Cant you morons for a SECOND think for yourself instead of handing your power to someone else- some internet vlog gurus? Jeezus. This video didnt say anything negative per se, but boy it struck the chord and nerve the wrong way to some people.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:16
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    This offers nothing of substance

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:16
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    Keto is life

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:16
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    What a stupid video. Because people aren’t dedicated and don’t have the skill set to stay on the diet is ineffective? The diet is too hard? Too restrictive…. all forms of nutritional change Are tough. Good god.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:17
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    It’s like the Mayo Clinic wants you to be fat and sick. To give you pharmaceuticals of course

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:17
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    Mayo pushs carbs, just look at the old food pyramid. Ever since it has been prescribed Type 2 diabetes has soared! Just how stupid are these doctors?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:17
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    The worse thing about keto is hearing people talk about it all the damn time. Mind your business and let me eat bread.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:18
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    More than dozen low-carb veggies are on this diet. No one is dying from lack of vegetables! We are dying from diabetes and heart disease.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:18
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    Mayo Clinic is obeying to the lobbies and wants to keep you fat and diabetic. A keto dies can help mental health patients and the physically ill. They need to keep people sick for their benefits. If done right a keto diet is highly nutritous and has a lot of options. You can bake desserts with almond or coconut flour, make cheesecake with heavy cream and berries, peanut butter cookies and you even can have chocolate with 80%+ cacoa.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:18
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    Maintaining weight loss is difficult for everyone, regardless of the diet, so why is that a bad thing. Weight Watchers DEPENDS on you not being able to keep off the weight.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:18
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    Mayo Clinic = $$$ + Lies + Sickness

    • 24.04.2020 at 07:27
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      Exactly. Keep them fat and sick

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:19
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    So the Keto diet is hard, and you miss what you arent suppose to eat? And, thats different from any other diet…how??? Very, very disappointed, Mayo!!!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:19
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    Keto is vegetables low carb diet.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:20
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    Tbh keto and mostly fasting seems like a more sustaining diet than others to me.
    i like what i eat and im not hungry all the time.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:21
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    “Keto isn’t new” — so?? Doesn’t mean people have been doing it 😂😂

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:21
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    The diet is not hard to keep going been doing it for 2 years its a lifestyle choice to me not a diet.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:21
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    Soon this video will be deleted

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    What a bunch of bunk. Your title is debunked by the content!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    Pros of keto:
    Highly nutritous if done right
    Can help manage physical and mental illnesses such as bipolar, schizophrenia, depression,anxiety, parkinsons, Type 2 diabetes
    High quality fats are superior as a fuel compared to carbs
    If you buy high quality, antibiotic and hormon free meat and free range eggs, you can be very healthy on a keto diet. Make sure you eat sardines over tuna because of mercury. Hope this helps anyone❤

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    Go back to counting calories , that way you can have your carbs . Is the oldest and effective for fat loss .

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    Mayo, bought and paid for by Big Pharma.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    You should control the food you eat dont be weak and let the food control you!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    Mayo is a bunch of crap. Nothing was learned here

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:22
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    What a load of crap. Tell people what it does for heart health, specifically drastically lowering triglycerides while improving HDL cholesterol. Carbs are not good for the human body, never have been, never will be. Fats on the other hand are great for the human body, always have been, always will be.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:23
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    Obesity and inflammation are ultimately a lot harder …on everything.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:23
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    so its not as bad as your initial tone suggested. As if the alternatives are easier to keep, no they are not. Keto works like a charm for me, even though I stopped multiple times, all I got to do is start again. (1 month keto minimum to have results)

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:23
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    Dumped 8 lbs in 3 weeks on LCHF, not even in ketosis. Please.

    • 24.04.2020 at 07:37
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      Right people forget that you are less hungry on a low carb diet even if you are not in ketosis

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:23
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    Totally wrong, ignorant, and misleading 👎

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:24
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    I lost 57 pounds on keto so far 🤔 in about half a year. I occasionally eat other stuff, but always make healthy choices. Once you start eating healthy you realize how u healthy you felt before.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:24
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    I miss NOTHING being on Keto! I eat cheesecake, brownies, pizza, fried chicken, pecan pie and on and on!!!! The only difference is I have found a DELICIOUS way to replace the high carbs and processed sugar! NO ONE notices my foods taste any different! IF we are not sick, Mayo makes no money!!!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:25
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    Dr. Hensrud gets funds from the food industry ?????

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:25
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    Ive lost 25Kg in 6 months on Keto and IF, the only restriction was not to eat junk food and not to listen to bad advice.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:26
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    more like CancerDiabetes Clinic, stfu dork

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:26
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    SAD diet is great.. it helps human to store lot of energy by making them obese.. ) With Keto hunger goes away.. With Carbo.. hunger comes back every hour or so

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:26
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    BS

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:26
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    Oh, you mean like EVERY diet? Of course its hard or everyone would be thin. What an idiot!! Do you really think this is helping anyone? The Mayo Clinic Diet saved my life… Said no one,ever.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:26
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    Got rid my chronic heartburn , skin tags, dermatitis on clean keto and feel and look younger.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:27
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    The thing about keto is its amazing and the drug industry doesnt like people that are healthy and clearing up there ailments.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:27
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    Yea keto isnt new. Its been the proper human diet for centuries

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:28
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    This is a truly bad clip by focusing on how hard it is to maintain near 100% ketosis.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:28
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    if keto doesnt work, the guy who made this video didnt exist, its how your ancestors ate, they are be ashamed of you

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    Agree that this video misses so much. It deomonizes not only Keto, but basically all other types of dietary concepts. As with others, long term changes to eating habits takes time and there is no quick fix. You have to want it, research, and understand how ones own body works. No diet is a pill. In order to sustain, it has to be a comfortable part of ones own life. I have talked to so many people noticing my success and how I feel, but they are unwilling to want the same and only because of the high levell though in not having pasta…just cut it down. I gradually cut out at a comfortable pace. 8 months later and from 205 to 158….been 157-159 sustained for 4 months. Im right where I want to be. I have created habits and I know when and how to adjust my intake. Also do intermittent fasting and enjoy doing it. Definitely a hogwash video with no substance.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    What a load of old bollocks!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    Mayo Clinic you are a flat out LIAR! I cured my autoimmune disease on a ketogenic diet and Im at my ideal weight I lost over 85 pounds in 7 months I breathe better now and I feel better now than I have in 20 years so I guess youre wrong and you want to keep people sick so you perpetrate these lies to keep you and big Pharma Rich from people staying sick and in need of medicine all the time. So sick of Western medicine all I want to do is put a Band-Aid on the problem and treat your symptoms not the cause. Anyone who reads this and is desperately looking for answers give the ketogenic diet a try. But make sure youre careful how you go about it. You have to eat wholesome organic non-GMO Foods and grass-fed grass-finished free range beef chicken and or wild-caught fish. There is a reason for this do your research and find out for yourself God bless!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    Holy Click Bait Batman! No info, just that Keto may be hard to maintain long term. Thats it……….um……….thanks?

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    It really is easer to live low(er) carb once you lose 30 lbs, clear up you skin problems, joint issues resolve, increase mussel tone without more exercise, drive you HDL way up, on and on. Sure I miss the occasional bread, cakes and such but if I binge even for a day or two I can feel it and that is enough of a motivation for me. To think its just OK to keep medicating people while watching obesity rates rocket upwards over the past 30 years is troubling.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    Reduced inflammation
    Most of the processed foods we eat are inflammatory because of the additives, chemicals and sugar that is present. Inflammation leads to a myriad of health problems such as joint pain, weight gain, muscle loss, risk of cardiovascular disease and so on.
    When youíre on the keto diet, youíll be severely restricting your intake of processed foods and carbs. This will reduce the inflammation in your body.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    The keto diet is stupid

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    I’ve lost 50 pounds over 6 months with blood test at start of keto diet and recently. All cholesterols and blood sugar showed drastic improvement. I ate “normal sized” meals but added MCT oil and cut all sugar and most carbs (can’t help it if some foods have some carbs. Target was 15 or less). Ate lots of green vegetables, fish along with all other meat categories. I’m feeling great and went from 7 items on my blood work out of range to one that was at the high limits. Wasn’t an easy diet to start (I am from south Louisiana) but became the new norm. When people ask how I lost all the pound I reply with….”I learned to make better food choices, that’s all”. It’s not for everyone, not a miracle diet, but it’s worth a try.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:29
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    Really, this is what the famous Mayo clinic had to say??

    I was expecting oh my g-d this and that will happen to your body.

    This is something that is said when you dont have an argument. Thanks for re-confirming that Im following something that has helped my body lose 34 lbs. Im even at the point that I want to gain weight!

    Thanks Mayo clinic.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:30
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    4 Weeks in ketosis. 9,5kg lost. Who cares if I cand do it for the rest of my life! Ive already won a lot with it.
    Also learned to IF. Its easy in ketosis. Few weeks doing 18:6 and even tried a 45h fast. Also easy!

    Not gona be doing this for the rest of my life, but right now I see no reason not to.
    Everyone should try, it honestly isnt that hard!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:30
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    Nothing good is easy.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:30
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    Become less attached to your food. 🤷‍♀️

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:30
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    Calories in vs calories out…

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:31
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    Is this a troll video? Laughable…

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:31
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    It’s NOT new. It’s just EFFECTIVE. I’m an American MD and reversed my diabetes completely on a keto diet. No more meds!!!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:31
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    Keto is changing lives. Sorry food industry and pharmaceutical industry.

    • 24.04.2020 at 07:43
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      You are right I eat way less and less hungry

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:31
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    dr wants more of your money!

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:31
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    The Mayo Clinic has never been about true health care. It’s always been about vague information and telling people they can’t be healthy without pharmaceuticals and “modern medicine.” That’s not patient centric. That’s doctor and Big Pharma centric.

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:33
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    *all the angry comments from lazy fat people that will do anything to lose weight without exercise* 😂

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:33
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    Oh bull!!!! Keto is the best thing thats happened to me you guys just dont want people healthy because youre more concerned with money

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:34
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    I lost 90+ pounds in 3 months going on a hardcore keto diet + running on the treadmill everyday

  • 24.04.2020 at 07:34
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    Thats it? He just started why most diets fail and then dipped….

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