Unfortunately, keto diets are probably more prone than many others to end with weight regain because they can be hard to stick to in the long run, Carson said. And being in ketosis for more than a few weeks might not be best for overall health, she said. That's true of many diet studies, the researchers noted, so study results likely look rosier than weight loss in the real world. For reasons not entirely understood even today, fueling the body on primarily ketones reduces seizures.
But if there are too many signs suggesting that keto isn't for you, it's worth recognizing that many benefits can be derived from a less strict low-carb diet in which ketosis isn't necessarily the goal. You won't be getting the boosted brainpower from ketones, but you'll probably still experience improved blood sugar levels, metabolic flexibility, and better control of your appetite, too. The pros of the keto diet certainly outweigh the cons, but that isn't to say that the diet is for everyone. Most of the side effects of keto are only short term and will likely resolve with time and proper keto-adaptation.
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