Avoid ALL Keto Side Effects Easily

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In this video, we’re going to talk about how to avoid all keto side effects.

Many people are afraid of experiencing the keto flu or other side effects when going on a ketogenic diet. However, if you start on the healthy version of keto from the beginning, you shouldn’t experience any adverse side effects.

Here are the symptoms and remedies for common keto side effects.

1. Brain fog – This could be a vitamin B1 deficiency or low ketones—use nutritional yeast and MCT oil.

2. Gout/high uric acid – Take a green drink, like wheatgrass juice or other leafy green vegetable juice. This will regulate your pH.

3. High cholesterol – This means you need more bile salts to break down cholesterol.

4. Kidney stones – This could be not enough water or potassium citrate. 2 liters of water a day is ideal. Also, avoid high-oxalate foods, like almonds, spinach, and chocolate.

5. Digestion issues – Adjust vegetable intake (could be too much or not enough), take bile salts, avoid lectins, and take betaine hydrochloride or apple cider vinegar.

6. Acne – Avoid dairy products.

7. Palpitations & muscle cramps – Increase magnesium, potassium, and sea salt.

8. Irritability – Use vitamin B1.

9. Gallbladder pain – Avoid nuts and peanut butter.

10. Bad breath – Increase leafy greens and lower protein.

11. Rash – Increase B vitamins (nutritional yeast).

12. Fatigue or keto flu – Sea salt and potassium.

13. Sleeplessness – Increase calcium (calcium citrate or calcium lactate) and sea salt.

Check out my other videos on how to start a healthy keto diet the right way.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain how to avoid keto symptoms. I’ll see you in the next video.

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