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Keto Diet Benefits

Keto Diet Benefits

Keto Diet Benefits: Today, I am going to discuss Ketogenic Diet and how it may reverse chronic ailments that plague humans for decades. Some of them have reached epidemic proportions. I have put some important links at the bottom to help you expand on the ideas.

What is a Ketogenic or Keto Diet?

Essentially, our body runs on two distinct types of fuel. One is sugar from carbohydrates found in foods we consume, foods like bread, pasta, rice, and potatoes fall into this category. The other type of fuel is fat, meals high in fat include eggs, meat, avocados, butter, ghee, olive oil, nuts, etc. Some people may supper from temporary keto flu during the early stage. However, keto flu remedy to combat the flu-like symptoms.

The ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high-fat diet that forces the body to burn fats, rather than carbohydrate, as an alternate source of fuel. Our body turns into a metabolic state called “ketosis” when carbohydrate is in short supply in our diet. In this state, our liver converts fat into fatty acids and ketone bodies (energy molecules) that supply adequate energy for the brain.

The ketogenic diet helps you burn fat more effectively. If you eat less than 50 grams of carbs a day, typically within 3 to 4 days, you will start to break down protein and fat for energy, which in turn make you lose weight. In “ketosis” state, your body becomes an efficient fat burning machine, burns fat 24/7 hours a day and even while you are asleep. You feel more energetic and your brain functions at its peak, lowers your blood sugar, as a result. The Keto diet becomes more effective when you follow it alongside fasting at a given interval. The longer the fasting, the better.


Is the Keto diet a new idea?

Not really, it has a link with our very evolution. Our Stone Age ancestors had a predominantly hunter/gatherer type of lifestyle. There is archeological and anecdotal proof that the majority of our ancestors were surviving on a diet consisting mostly of animal fat, meat, and an occasional green, leafy vegetable. They did not eat refined carbohydrates and sugar as we do today. Though we have evolved into our modern evolutionary form, we still carry our early ancestors’ genes. The fact leads us to the presumption that our body may not be adaptive to the processed carbohydrate and sugary foods. There is a striking similarity between the Keto diet and that of our early ancestors.

What are the benefits of a Ketogenic diet?

Apart from weight loss, enhanced vitality, and energy, there is a whole host of other benefits associated with the Ketogenic diet. That includes even the possibility of reversing many chronic ailments that cripple our lives in many ways. There is enough medical evidence to suggest that, following illnesses can be reversed with the Ketogenic diet.

Type 2 Diabetes

This type of diabetes is characterized as a chronic and progressive condition resulting from the inadequate production of natural insulin, causing high blood sugar in the bloodstream. Type 2 diabetes is by far more prevalent, accounting for 90 percent of all diabetes cases worldwide.

When you are on a Keto diet, you have high levels of acidic molecules called ketones in your blood and tissue. In ketosis, ketones work as fuel alternatives to glucose and can help if you are a diabetic patient and unable to utilize glucose effectively. The Ketogenic Diet helps keep your blood sugar lower and more predictable than other diets.


Insulin is a hormone that your body utilizes or stores sugar as fuel. With Ketogenic diets you can burn this fuel quickly, so, you don’t need to store it. As a result, your body makes and needs less insulin. Lower insulin level protects you against some kinds of cancer or even slow down the growth of cancer cells.

Heart Disease

The ketogenic diets, in fact, raise “good” cholesterol and lower “bad” cholesterol. Therefore, you are less likely to develop high blood pressure, hardened arteries, heart failure, and other heart-related conditions.

Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD)

Growing evidence suggests that Ketogenic Diet actually can reverse CKD to a significant degree, especially Diabetic nephropathy (diabetic kidney disease). Several studies, some in rodents and some in humans, clearly show that CKD can absolutely be reversed with Keto diet. It is very much likely that CKD stage 3 or 4 can be reversed back to stage 2 with a proper regimen of Ketogenic Diet. This is a big deal for patients with moderately impaired kidneys.


Apart from stated above, the ketogenic Diet proves to be very effective in treating other ailments that include Acne, Epilepsy, various Nervous System Disorders, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and different types of Arthritis.

What to eat on a keto diet?

A typical Ketogenic Diet consists of natural fats like butter, olive oils, etc. Besides that, Cheese, meat, fish, and seafood. Apart from that, vegetables that grow above ground like Broccoli, Asparagus, Mushrooms, Spinach, Avocados, Cauliflower, Lettuce,  Cucumbers, Tomatoes, and Cabbage.


If you are diabetic, particularly type 1, too many ketones in your blood can make you sick. Therefore, consult with your doctor before attempting a Ketogenic Diet.


This blog is not a replacement of medical therapy or dietary approach conducted by trained professionals. Therefore, you should use this material for educational purposes only. If you really wish to embark on a Ketogenic Diet, please consult your doctor first.

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Md. Ziaur Rahman

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Important Video Link for CKD patients:

URL: Is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Reversible with Diet?

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