What Are The Symptoms Of Ketosis For New Keto Dieters?
Once you reach a deep level of ketosis you can expect to experience some of the classic symptoms associated with burning body fat for energy. Here’s the symptoms that I personally experienced in the past when I first transitioned into ketosis, which seem to be pretty typical. (This article was written in 2013, I no longer have negative side-effects from living in a ketogenic state.) Everyone’s body is different and you may, or may not, experience negative symptoms of being in ketosis. You may have one or two of them, or maybe all of them. The one thing almost everyone will get from ketosis is a stable blood sugar and fast weight loss. Extremely dry mouth and/or throat: The back of my throat is super dry even though I’m drinking a ton a water everyday. Sometimes it’s so dry that it is kind of hard to swallow, especially when I wake up in the morning. If you don’t mind chewing a piece of sugar free gum, it helps. Going to the bathroom a lot: I find I’m peeing every hour and it’s not a little bit either! I’m just thankful that this hourly routine lets up during the night when I’m sleeping. Interesting smelling pee: Interesting is the only way I can describe it. It is Continue reading >>