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How Long Does It Take To Get Over The Keto Flu?

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Quick Guide To Keto-flu Remedies

Hi Everybody, Together with out talented designer Ola, we created yet another infographic for you. It explains what keto-flu is, who may experience it and how to lessen the common symptoms like headaches or muscle cramps. I've had keto-flu myself so I know how bad it can make you feel. Once you give up most carbs, make sure you include foods like avocados (potassium), nuts (magnesium), bone broth or sauerkraut (sodium) in your diet. If you want to learn more, have a look at my post here: "Keto-flu" and Sufficient Intake of Electrolytes Please, feel free to pin it and share it with your friends. You can find the Carbs vs Fat infographic here. Have any comments? Let us know! :-) Do you like this post? Share it with your friends! I changed the way I ate in 2011, when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. I had no energy, and I found it more and more difficult to maintain a healthy weight. That’s when I decided to quit sugar, grains, and processed foods, and to start following a whole-foods-based ketogenic approach to food. Continue reading >>

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  1. BasqueInTheSun

    Sounds like the Keto flu to me. The burny throat and nausea sound mildly out of place, but everybody is different so i wouldn't worry about it.
    It usually hits me sooner. Like the next day after starting. The good news is that if you're already on day two, it shouldn't last long.

  2. ClaribelLune

    It usually hits me on the 2nd or 3rd day. It does indeed feel like the 9th level of Hell, but if you drink tons of water and take some sodium (I use chicken broth) that should help alleviate the symptoms.

  3. IamIncogneato

    1-3 days. You'll feel out of it, lazy, sleepy, just have some coffee, eat something salty or drink broth, and have lots of water.

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