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The 16 Most Common KETO Side-Effects & Remedies

The 16 Most Common KETO Side-Effects & Remedies

The 16 Most Common KETO Side-Effects & Remedies

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hey guys in this video we’re gonna talk about key to adaptation symptoms and solutions when you start the ketogenic diet you may have any one of these symptoms okay in this video we’re going to show you what to do okay so muscle cramps that’s usually a low potassium situation seen to increase your potassium levels palpitations or heart arrhythmias increase more potassium because as you lose the glycogen Reserve because you’re not going to use as much of it anymore you lose a lot of water and with the water comes the electrolytes so the need for potassium will go way up so we want to increase potassium here if you feel weak that usually means you need more sodium sea salt would handle that bad breath means you’re consuming too much protein cut down the protein maybe add a little outside of vinegar for digestion dizzy that can mean three things but when we’re doing keto it usually means that you need to increase your sodium because you’re losing more fluid and the blood pressures going to low so salt retains water so you just need more sea salt and water for that okay then we have fatigue okay you need to up your b1 + b5 nutritional yeast works great for that if you feel more cold especially and in a minute fasting take some iodine seek help you can also do sea vegetables as well but you may just need to go with the sea kelp a high quality would be really good for that ok not satisfied after a meal that means you need more fat okay when your body adapts to ketosis and you actually start healing insulin resistance the need for fat goes down because your body can now run on your own fat but when you’re first starting out you’re not as satisfied increase the fat upset a vinegar that would be good now if you have right shoulder pain that means you’re consuming too much fat or too many nuts which is irritating the gallbladder there’s a nerve that goes to the right shoulder it could be going up to your neck or jaw or head or even a head ache right over here do you have those symptoms cut back the fat and nuts and that should completely go away constipation okay you want to avoid too much cheese cheese can constipate people too much meat could constipate a person increase the vegetables increase your potassium if you’re already doing that you’re going to a lot of vegetables you can become constipated from consuming too much of the type of vegetables that you’re not used to so if you’re doing the Kal sakes or large quantities of vegetables then you might need to cut down and consume more fermented vegetables to handle this so you always want to look back to what happened just before you got constipated did you start introducing something new that will give you a clue on what’s causing it okay low back pain or abdominal pain could mean you have a little stone developing in the kidney in which case you need to really dramatically increase your potassium levels you I would recommend a potassium citrate like an electrolyte powder with a lot of water that will greatly help you in combination with a lot more citrus so get some lemon juice in pour about three to four ounces in a glass and start consuming that that will actually be really good to counteract the stones and they’re usually uric acid stones they’re not always oxalate stones okay they’re the dreams that means you’re low mb1 nutritional yeast would help you or sunflower seeds bloated okay cut down the amount of fat increase apple cider vinegar maybe get some support with bile salts like in the gall bladder formula that might help to if you have a rash that could either mean you need more B vitamins from nutritional yeast or the liver is dumping toxins so you want to make sure your vegetables are very very high okay headaches means that you’re going too fast okay so you want to cut it back so if you’re doing in a minute fasting two meals go to three meals if you’re doing one meal go to two meals so just go a little slower because this could be a blood sugar situation if you’re nervous have anxiety that means you need B vitamins so nutritional yeast that should take care of that now if you want all of this on a little card a cut out card that you can put in your wallet I put a link down below so you can download it and so that way you could remember all these things all right thanks for watching hey thank you so much for watching keep spreading the word and share this video 

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Dr. Berg talks about the side effects that can occur from doing the ketogenic diet. This is called keto adaptation. Your body is switching over to fat burning from sugar burning and additional nutrients are needed. So I listed out all the potential problems that can occur and what to do about them.
If you have muscle cramps, palpatations, feeling weak, bad breath, dizziness, keto flu, keto fatigue, feeling cold, etc. I listed out what you need. Lots of people need potassium, B1, and even sodium. but this way you can know whats going on and what to do about it.

Hey Guys, in this video we’re going to talk about keto adaptation symptoms and solutions. When you start with ketogenic diet, you may have any one of these symptoms. Muscle cramps is usually a low potassium situation, you need to increase your potassium levels. Palpitations or Heart Arrhythmias, also increase more potassium because when you lose the glycogen reserve you lose a lot of water and the water comes with electrolytes, so the need of potassium will go way up. If you feel week that means you need more sodium, sea salt would handle it. Bad breath means you are consuming too much protein, cut down protein and maybe add some apple cider vinegar for digestion. Dizzy, that could means three things but when doing keto it means to increase your sodium because you are losing more fluid and the blood pressure goes too low and sea salt retains water. For fatigue, you need to up your B1 and B5 and nutritional yeast works great for that. If you feel more cold in intermittent fasting take some high quality iodine sea kelp, you can also do sea vegetables as well. Not satisfied after a meal means you need more fat. When your body adapts to ketosis and you actually start healing insulin resistance, the need for fat goes down because your body is running in your own fat. Right Shoulder pain means you are consuming too much fat or too many nuts which is irritating the gallbladder, there is a nerve that goes into the right shoulder that could be going up to your neck, head or jaw, having those symptoms cut back the fat and the nuts for it to go away. When having constipation, avoid too much cheese. Too much cheese and meat could constipate a person, increase your vegetables and potassium.

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