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Keto Flu: Symptoms And Relief

Many people (not everyone!) who start a low carb diet experience what’s called the “keto flu” or the “induction flu” in the first few days while the body is adapting to burning ketones instead of glucose. What is keto flu? The basic symptoms are: headaches nausea upset stomach Lack of mental clarity (brain fog) sleepiness fatigue It’s called the “keto flu” for a reason: you feel sick. I’ve gone through it, and it wasn’t a pleasant experience. Fortunately, it only lasted four days (2 of them were pretty bad) but then suddenly I woke up feeling much better, less hungry and my energy level was high and consistent throughout the day! While at one point (or three or four) I thought to myself: “what the serious F am I doing? I’m going to die!” but I plowed through it, and when it was over I didn’t regret a thing because what I gained mentally and physically was 100% worth it. Keto and autoimmune disorders I have an autoimmune disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Fibromyalgia to top it off. So, I’m no stranger to brain fog and fatigue, but the fatigue and brain fog that comes with keto flu is a little different, and feel much more like having the regula Continue reading >>

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  1. Jasonf88

    carbs and dnp

    I'm just finishing a 10 day run of dnp and have made a few observations regarding the rise in temp many experience.
    Basically the heat is more than bearable if you don't eat carbs however I have been eating between 200-300g daily and sweating out lol lost loads of weight over a st last time I checked so here's the question.
    Do you need to eat carbs and get hot and sweaty for optimal results or does cutting carbs (which obviously creates a bigger deficit and taking away your body's first line energy source) remaining relatively cool work just as good if not better?
    I know they say keep carbs in for sanity but I have decent will power and can easily go 10 days on nothing. What's everyone's thoughts?

  2. Irish Beast

    As far as I gather you have pretty much outlined the two schools of thought surrounding this. No definite answer to the best of my knowledge
    Personally I got better results on less carbs but the side effects were still fairly bad! Logically you would think low carbs is the best idea but when you eat a bowl of chilli and are pissing sweat for about an hour you start to think differently. I would say in this scenario its just down to the individual. If you are strong willpowered then go low carb I would say. I seem to crave sugary things when on DNP which is tough, especially as theres a shop 30 seconds away that has an amazing selection of Haribo!
    I had another thought along similar lines actually relating to whether or not when on DNP you should have your food piping hot or cold. Using chilli again as an example. When eating it hot I have to put a towel on the sofa but the sweating is nowhere near as bad when its been let cool. So which is best? Is more fat being burnt by having it hot?

  3. Jasonf88

    Irish Beast said: ↑
    As far as I gather you have pretty much outlined the two schools of thought surrounding this. No definite answer to the best of my knowledge
    Personally I got better results on less carbs but the side effects were still fairly bad! Logically you would think low carbs is the best idea but when you eat a bowl of chilli and are pissing sweat for about an hour you start to think differently. I would say in this scenario its just down to the individual. If you are strong willpowered then go low carb I would say. I seem to crave sugary things when on DNP which is tough, especially as theres a shop 30 seconds away that has an amazing selection of Haribo!
    I had another thought along similar lines actually relating to whether or not when on DNP you should have your food piping hot or cold. Using chilli again as an example. When eating it hot I have to put a towel on the sofa but the sweating is nowhere near as bad when its been let cool. So which is best? Is more fat being burnt by having it hot?
    Click to expand... Next time I will go down the chicken steak fish broccoli route and compare sides and results.
    In medicine, a side effect is an effect, whether therapeutic or adverse, that is secondary to the one intended
    Dnp raises temp without carbs and the body burns calories digesting them (thermal effect of food) so longer chain starches have a greater thermal effect combined with the dnp you become a walking radiator but wether this thermal effect burns more calories than the deficit being created not eating is another question. Interesting experiment for next time

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Low-carb Side Effects & How To Cure Them

Are you struggling while starting out on a low-carb or keto diet? Do you get headaches, leg cramps, constipation or any of the other more common side effects? Use the information on this page to avoid them – and feel great while losing weight. The main solution to most common problems when starting low carb is to increase the intake of water and salt. It’s even better to do it preventatively during the first week. If you do, you’ll most likely not experience any of these problems, or they’ll only be minor. Use one of the shortcuts below for specific problems – or just continue reading for all of them. Top 6 common problems when starting Less common issues on low carb Low-carb myths Leg cramps Leg cramps are not uncommon when starting a strict low-carb diet. It’s usually a minor issue if it occurs, but it can sometimes be painful. It’s a side effect of the loss of minerals, specifically magnesium, due to increased urination. Here’s how to avoid it: Drink plenty of fluid and get enough salt. This may reduce loss of magnesium and help prevent leg cramps. If needed, supplement with magnesium. Here’s a suggested dosage from the book The Art and Science of Low Carbohydr Continue reading >>

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  1. mehdi84

    Is it normal to sweat WAY more on keto? Ketosis in 24 hours?!?

    Last week (first week) -- You can skip this if you want, but interesting for those who are interested
    Last week was my first week on Keto (Started Sunday). According to the ketosticks, and how I felt, it took until Thursday to get into keto.
    This is likely because my meals accidentally had more carbs then I thought, too much protein, and too little fat.
    Adding to this: I cheated. I had a 1.5 day carb-up, instead of doing what many people suggested, and sticking to Keto for 2 full weeks before adding carb-up days.
    Anyways Friday at lunch until Saturday at night was my carb-up. THOUGH, I admit the carb up was moderate (Grilled cheese sandwich, pizza, jalapeno poppers, and BK Whopper). LOL.
    Keto in 24 hours?!?
    This is my second week of keto. Except, I think i've been much stricter. Likely because:
    a) I've cut out more carbs (accidental carbs last week)
    b) Added more fat
    c) Cut out a big of protein, since I think I overdid it last week.
    Now here is the kicker. Sunday, the first day of the cycle, I did HIITs at night.
    The next morning, I check the ketostix, and it's positive.
    Then, that afternoon, my PreWO meal was 4tbsp of PB, and a Protein Shake.... WHOA... I'm hit with dizzyness soon after, and almost a slight "high".
    Ketosis in 24 hours? Is this normal or possible?
    TODAY, while I am having my coffee at roughly the same time... I feel "high"... or sorta "buzzed" like I could be drunk. I am drinking a ton of water as well.
    Sweating a lot of Keto?
    Yesterday, I sweat profusely during and after my lifting session.
    Today, during HIITs, the same thing... I'm sitting her drenched with sweat. I even had to take my shirt off, since even after drying myself off, my shirt got drenched after a few minutes.
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    I think it's working
    P.S. I hope this post is coherent. Big Brother is on, and don't want to miss anything. Go Jessie! (no homo)

  2. bigg_K

    Hey there,
    starting out Keto, with a 1.5 day cheat is not a good way to start. Infact, I'd call it almost a complete restart.
    Ketosis in 24 hours is completely normal, depending on your body, and what you do and eat, will determine how long it takes to get into ketosis.
    The sweating is normal too, I wore a white shirt to my workout today. And lets just say it look like an episode of Guy's Gone Wild (no homo), Wet Shirt Contest, I think I even caught the attention of some girls from dripping all over the place. (yes kinda gross) But I'm drinking close to 2 gallons of water also, so a lot of sweat is expected...And I like to destroy myself on legs day.
    Otherwise you're Coherent for the most part lol
    Stick to it, no more cheats, and lets see some good results.

  3. mehdi84

    Originally Posted by konradac
    Hey there,
    starting out Keto, with a 1.5 day cheat is not a good way to start. Infact, I'd call it almost a complete restart.
    Ketosis in 24 hours is completely normal, depending on your body, and what you do and eat, will determine how long it takes to get into ketosis.
    The sweating is normal too, I wore a white shirt to my workout today. And lets just say it look like an episode of Guy's Gone Wild (no homo), Wet Shirt Contest, I think I even caught the attention of some girls from dripping all over the place. (yes kinda gross) But I'm drinking close to 2 gallons of water also, so a lot of sweat is expected...And I like to destroy myself on legs day.
    Otherwise you're Coherent for the most part lol
    Stick to it, no more cheats, and lets see some good results.

    Really? I don't quite understand why it would be a restart. Could you elaborate a bit on that please?
    Should I skip my carb-up day this weekend, given my scenario? or should I be good to go?

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Reactive Hypoglycemia

Reactive hypoglycemia is a condition in which the body reacts to a perceived catastrophic drop in blood sugar. I say perceived because during an episode, the blood sugar readings may be in the normal range, but still "feel" like low blood sugar to the person having the reaction. In my experience, hypoglycemia happens to most people when first beginning a low carb, ketogenic diet. It may be especially strong in people who have already developed insulin resistance or pre-diabetes from a chronic excess of carbohydrate intake. There are different types of low blood sugar causes. Transient hypoglycemia normally happens when most people who have been eating a high carb diet drastically reduce carbohydrate intake for the first time. This type happens during the first several weeks of carb reduction because the body has not had time to create the enzymes or metabolic state to burn internal fat stores for fuel. Basically there is a gap in the amount of carbohydrate available for fuel, and the process of accessing fat stores for fuel. The lack of fuel sources results in transient low blood sugar. Reactive hypoglycemia is more of an acute reaction to a very high carb meal. For instance, when Continue reading >>

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  1. stinky320

    I naturally sweat like a fat man at a buffet

  2. SoulPoleSuperstar

    yes i did, while on keto. i run hot normally, keto seemed to kick it up a notch. my wife would complain saying that i felt like a warm stove.

  3. darthtux396

    Body sweat is one of the methods that your body uses to get rid of excess ketones, along with urine and your breath, so it would make sense that you might sweat more. I know that I do when in ketosis.

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