Photo by Stocksy. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, I frequently find that a ketogenic diet helps my patients lose weight, reduce or eliminate menopausal symptoms, regain sex drive, and so much more. Like Aimee, many patients do beautifully on a keto diet—especially as a keto-alkaline diet —for a while, but then an inevitable plateau occurs. I understand how frustrating those plateaus which can occur on any diet can become. Occasionally, frustrated patients consider abandoning their plan when roadblocks hit. I encourage them to stay the course; one study found a long-term ketogenic diet was safe, maintainable, side effects free, and significantly reduced weight while improving health measures like lipid levels. At the same time, you want to do everything possible to break that plateau, so here are the top seven mistakes I see my patients make and how to fix them.
Here’s what keto experts want people to know about the crazy-popular but often misunderstood eating style. The ketogenic diet is crazy popular right now. For a lot of people, it seems like a manageable change in eating style that can help them look and feel better. After all, how hard can a diet be to sustain if you’re allowed to eat butter, cheese, bacon, and as much avocado as your heart desires?! And keto experts are getting tired of it.
July 3, Some people try to induce ketosis with a low carb Increased Focus and Energy. Because it is very filling, most people find it difficult to overeat protein. YLK Try increasing your salt intake by drinking a cup of chicken broth and see if it helps.