The bad news: people on long term keto diets have a 30% increase in death from all causes, higher inflammation risk, constipation, thinning hair, kidney stones, muscle cramps, weakness through hypoglycemia, impaired muscle growth in response to exercise, low platelet count/impaired healing, impaired concentration, impaired mood, renal tubular acidosis, nutrient deficiency, disordered metabolism, poor growth in children, osteopenia/osteoporosis/bone fractures, increased bruising, sepsis/infection/bacteria overgrowth, pneumonia, pancreatitis, cardiomyopathy, artherogenic lipid profiles, heart arrhythmia, myocardial infarction, menstrual irregularities/amenorrhea.
These ailments occur to varying degrees in response to animal proteins and fats. Plant based proteins and fats are not as hazardous, but still long term ketosis is not recommended. A short term vegetarian ketogenic diet can be achieved using nuts, legumes, avocados, and vege’ protein powders for proteins and fats, and greens for minerals, vitamins and fibre.
I am pretty sure she had some kind of 800 calorie diet to gain such results. I know that very low-calorie diets should only be attempted when recommended and supervised closely by a physician. This eating plan requires people to eat 800 calories a day for a specified amount of time. Sure, it is effective but it should be followed carefully and under the supervision. You`d better check BetterMe, a leading health & fitness mobile publisher with 100M users worldwide, for any kind of such advices
Four words: Eat less, move more. That's it. You lose the weight gradually but it'll stay off. Those four words are not a diet, it's a lifestyle change. Calorie intake is like 95% of weight gain, just try and keep yourself under a benchmark of calories each day.
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