Flu? Why on earth would I want to do anything that gives me the flu?
Keto Flu isn’t the kind of flu you’re accustomed to hearing about.
But there are some things you’ll want to know if you’re considering a low-carb diet of any kind.
· Does everyone get Keto Flu when they start?
· Are there any symptoms or side-effects to going low-carb?
· How long does Keto Flu last?
· Is there anything I can do about the symptoms if I do go through it?
We’re going to share all that with you and more.
You don’t have to spend hours researching the Internet trying to find all this out. We’ve done that work for you. It’s all in this special report!
Discover what Keto Flu really means and how to deal with it… if it happens.
What Is Keto Flu
The “keto flu” is a label given to a set of carbohydrate withdrawal symptoms that may occur in people who start a low carb diet that results from altered hormonal states and the electrolyte imbalances that may occur with it. In other words, it describes a cycle in the body adapting to a newly started low carb diet.
Keto stands for ketogenic, a very strict low carb eating plan. The term should really be “low carb flu” since the ketogenic diet is not the only low carb plan.
Experiencing Keto Flu is a normal, temporary and manageable situation. There have even been studies that compare carbohydrates (sugar in particular), to addictive substances such as cocaine in regards to their effects on the brain. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
No two individuals are alike, so the symptoms can range from nothing to mild to a full-blown flu-like condition, and include
- Mental fog
- In some extreme cases, high blood pressure and arrhythmia