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Homemade Keto Electrolyte Drink – Instant Relief Of Keto-flu Symptomes

I’m writing this article because I feel like there it’s not given enough importance to such a meaningful subject like electrolytes in a ketogenic diet. If you are experiencing one or more symptoms from the list below and you are following a low carb/ ketogenic way of eating, you have for sure an electrolyte deficiency. Electrolytes deficiency it’s common on a super strict low carb diet. Today I’m going to show you how you can make an electrolyte drink at home that will release the “keto flu” symptoms instantly. You don’t have to spend enormous amounts of money on sports drink that are full of sugars and nasty ingredients. What are the signs of the lack of electrolytes? Weakness Tiredness Dizziness Nausea Headache Fatigue Twitching Confusion Anxiety Irritability Muscle Weakness Leg Cramps Constipation The electrolytes are sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and chloride. YES, you can get them from natural sources like avocado ( potassium), green leafy greens, mushrooms etc. For as long as you include so little carbs in your diet, you should always take care to get enough electrolytes. Otherwise, you experience the symptoms above. When you switch to a low-carb diet, Continue reading >>

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  1. Misskat29

    Hey, so as the title says, I'm Day 9. Haven't had keto flu up to now, but this evening my head is thumping!
    Ate last night at about 8pm, didn't eat again till 1.30pm this afternoon. Which was when I first became hungry.

    Do you think I've just not eaten enough rather than keto flu?

  2. Ceceb

    My guess, like many responses you are going to get, is not enough salt. Eat lots of salt, because your kidneys are flushing sodium out like crazy.

  3. Misskat29

    Would you just take salt on its own to boost or add to food?

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