Keto dieters lose weight rapidly because the carb-free program induces ketosis. In that state, the body is burning fat, and it can burn a lot of fat quickly. That’s keto’s appeal.
However, one of the top cardiologists in the U.S. is warning everyone that the keto diet could be shortening your life. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, protein-rich, low-carbohydrate diet. If done correctly, the keto diet sends the body into ketosis, a natural metabolic state that forces the body to burn fats for energy instead of carbs.
According to Dr. Kim Williams, former president of the American College of Cardiology, no one should adopt the ketogenic diet over the long term—unless weight loss is more important than lifespan.
Dr. Kim Williams is a leading cardiologist (Photo: Plant Based News) No one should be doing a ketogenic diet – unless weight loss is more important than their health, according to a leading cardiologist.
Top Cardiologist Says ‘No One Should Be Doing Keto Diet’ Turns out it can be a heart attack on a plate. Hello cookies, our old friend. Seriously! According to a top cardiologist, fueling up on nothing but proteins like meat and eggs and fat sources like butter and more butter might not …
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