The top 10 reasons why you shouldn’t go keto… debunked. Objections to the ketogenic diet are plentiful, and here is the cold, hard science you need to get past the myths.
Whether you’re a total keto newbie or a fat-adapted Yoda, chances are you’ve run into your fair share of naysayers. They’ll cherry pick this study or that study, present it in an all-knowing manner, and nearly give you a heart attack for fear that your preferred way of eating will give you a heart attack.
When it comes to keto (and any approach to diet, for that matter) there is good information, bad information, and downright misinformation abound. You practically need a PhD to navigate all the studies, and even when you do, one often seems to contradict the other.
In this video, we’ll bust the most common keto myths with science. Links to everything below!
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- Does ketosis cause muscle loss?
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What myths have you come across on your keto path? Let’s chat about it in the comments!
- Article: Ketoacidosis Associated with Alcoholism in Nondiabetic Subjects
- Study: Nondiabetic ketoacidosis caused by severe hyperthyroidism
- Article: Ketoacidosis in a non-diabetic woman who was fasting during lactation
- Study: Each Organ Has a Unique Metabolic Profile
- Article: When high cholesterol is a family affair
- Study: Egg consumption in relation to risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes
- Study: Prolonged Meat Diets with a Study of Kidney Function and Ketosis
- Article: The Cholesterol Myth That Is Harming Your Health
- Study: Enhanced endurance in trained cyclists during moderate intensity exercise following 2 weeks adaptation to a high fat diet
- Article: Low Carbohydrate Diet May Reverse Kidney Failure in People with Diabetes
- Study: Effects of variation in protein and carbohydrate intake on body mass and composition during energy restriction
- Study: A Biometric Study of Human Basal Metabolism
- Study: Factors influencing the composition of the weight lost by obese patients on a reducing diet