diabetestalk.net

Ketosis Tongue Tingle

Share on facebook

Post-op Bariatric Surgery — Learn How To Identify Red Flags And Triage Nutritional Deficiencies

Today’s Dietitian Vol. 14 No. 11 P. 50 Suggested CDR Learning Codes: 2000, 2090, 3000, 3005, 3100, 5000, 5125, 5370, 5390; Level 2 Take this course and earn 2 CEUs on our Continuing Education Learning Library Obesity is a complex, multifactorial disease that has genetic, biological, and environmental origins. While traditional treatment has involved counseling individuals to restrict calories and make lifestyle changes, such as eating a nutrient-dense diet, participating in regular physical activity, and other behavior modifications, many people classified as severely obese (BMI of 40 or greater) are still unable to lose and maintain significant weight loss. In the United States, more than one-third of adults aged 20 and older are classified as being obese (BMI of 30 or greater).1 It’s been estimated that the rate of severe obesity is rapidly increasing. Between 2000 and 2005, obesity rates rose 24%; the obesity rates among those with a BMI of 40 or greater and a BMI of 50 or greater have risen by 50% and 75%, respectively.2 These climbing rates show traditional weight-loss modalities have failed to provide long-term solutions. In fact, studies have found that bariatric surgery Continue reading >>

Share on facebook

Popular Questions

  1. JACQUIE UK

    The last four days Ive had a really funny feeling on my tongue!! :lol:
    Dont laugh!!
    It tastes kind of metalic. Kind of like Ive just burnt it on a really hot drink? But I havent!! :confused:
    Does this sound vaguely like ketosis to anyone?
    I have never used the strip things, but I did wonder if it could be!
    Sure it shouldnt be though, because I am having lost of carbs
    at my rm. :yum:
    Please let me know any ideas :help:
    Thanks
    Jacquie

  2. Tess M

    Jacque- I'd love to know the answer to this question, too! Years ago when I first started taking (lots of) meds for hypertension, I had that taste in my mouth all the time! I was pretty ill at the time, and was losing weight like crazy (ended up at 118, which is small for me). Just generally unwell due to adjustments to meds. I asked the doctor about it several times, and he didn't have an answer (except to treat me as if it was all in my imagination)... Eventually adjusted, and started feeling well again, but from time to time the taste comes back for a few days. I always thought it was related to the meds, but now I wonder if it might be related to the rapid weight loss, change in foods, or as you mentioned-ketosis... Hmmm, it will be interesting to hear what others think... Thanks for bringing it up. Tess.....

  3. Zuleikaa

    It probably is ketosis. Some CADers get into ketosis better than they ever did on Atkins due to the control of insulin. Remember, CAD fools your body that the carbs at RM aren't there.

  4. -> Continue reading
read more
Share on facebook

Capsaicin, Cold Thermogenesis, Keto Cooking Tips, Getting To Know Ben Greenfield & Much More!

I am writing this guest post after returning from a week in the backwoods of Idaho fishing with Ben Greenfield and his twin 9 year old sons. Yep, I’m the same dude featured in Ben’s recent podcast “A $17,000 Whole Body Healing Machine, Fish Oil Overdoses From Giant Steelhead, Eating Bones, Killing Tumors With Ketosis & More!“ So who am I, exactly? My name is Christopher Claunch (also known on social media as “@gunsandduns“). I spent 18 years in the restaurant business, and I currently own a sporting goods store in Hagerman, ID. I side hustle as a digital marketing consulting for outdoors entrepreneurs, I recently started a podcast bridging the gap between recreation and technology, and I’m also an avid fly fisherman and bowhunter. I love to teach people to fly cast and share my experiences with others, especially children. And after the intense time I experienced with Ben last month (which you’re about to read about), I decided that when I grow up, I want to be just like Ben. Anyways, I submitted this guest post to Ben because I wanted to share some valuable lessons I learned watching Ben apply his own exercise and diet practices (including plenty of pullups from pr Continue reading >>

Share on facebook

Popular Questions

  1. Loulou10

    hi..i'm on levemir
    I have had a few hypos with the numb.tingling sensation ..even extending to my tongue!!!
    but my hypo symptoms constantly change..sometimes it's just a weird feeling..difficult to explain..bit like i'm floating??? although the worst has to be..when i suddenly realised i was walking in the road!!!!
    sat on kerb in ed lol! oh the joy.

  2. mikeb1

    I just started taking the numb lips tonight was at the docs a couple of weeks ago with blinding headaches and I got i bruffen but now I have the numb lips along with the headaches need to go back and see her I mentioned diabetes to her but she dismissed it scary

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD those are most times not a sign of diabetes if you are taking insulin then it could go numb.

  4. -> Continue reading
read more
Share on facebook

Metal Taste In Mouth: Every Cause, Every Solution

Is a metal taste in your mouth driving you mad? A metal taste in the mouth is no laughing matter, as it can sometimes seem as though you’ve been sucking on a block of iron. Though a metallic taste in the mouth can sometimes easily be explained by a recent nosebleed, there are other instances of metal taste in the mouth that have no apparent cause, and thus, no apparent solution. I asked Dr. Steven Y. Park, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), New York Medical College, and author of the book, “Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired,” to name all the possible causes of a metallic taste in the mouth. Once you know what’s causing this very unpleasant situation with your mouth, you’ll know what the solutions are. Medications can cause a metallic taste in the mouth, but what prescription drugs are most likely to cause this? Dr. Park: One of the most common medications is azithromycin or clarithromycin, or any of the macrolide antibiotics. Chemotherapy and anesthesia medications can do this as well. Can supplements be a culprit? Certain vitamins, especially those containing calcium or iron, Continue reading >>

Share on facebook

Popular Questions

  1. miainwonderland

    I've switched to low carbs 2 days ago. Since yesterday I've been feeling this tingling (can't think of a better word) all over my body, like little ants crawling under my skin. Is this related to ketosis? I don't have any other symptoms so I don't know whether I'm in ketosis or not.

  2. samhigh

    I had a friend who felt tingling sensations in her hands and feet after starting a new strength training routine.
    You didn't make any change in supplements or exercise; just reduction of carbs? Are you sleeping solidly through the night?
    No reason for alarm at this point, just continue to monitor and make sure you are eating enough calories and getting proper sleep. Should remedy itself in a few days, if not call your doctor and inquire.

  3. Magnamus

    I don't believe you supposed to feel "tingling" when in ketosis.
    First I recommend making your diary public.
    On assumptions I'll say:
    Tingling is usually associated with cardiovascular anomalies, you might want to consult your doctor and switch your diet back to a balanced one.
    If your profile picture is a true picture of yourself, then I don't understand why you're doing a low carbs diet. You look great already. I would also suggest changing your perspective on "low carb" to "high lean protein" if your dieting.
    I'm not an expert by any means but the tingling may also come from under eating.

  4. -> Continue reading
read more

No more pages to load

Related Articles

  • Diabetic Feet Tingle

    Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community I was diagnosed type 2 in December (but suspect I had this for a while as my numbers were very high). The past two days I've had tingling/burning sensations in my feet- sometimes moving up to my calves. Is this likely to be neuropathy? Is there anything else I can do other than try and manage blood sugar? According to my meter ...

    diabetes May 1, 2018
  • Ketosis Tongue Tingle

    Ketosis symptoms are a result of the way the body gets rid of the excess ketone bodies which build up in the blood stream when a person eats a low carb, ketogenic diet. In short, the body has three ways of dealing with excess ketone bodies: First, the muscles liver and brain can burn them for energy in the cells. Second, the body can breathe ketones out through the lungs. And third, the body can flush ketones out through the kidneys and urine. Le ...

    ketosis Mar 27, 2018
  • Sore Tongue Ketosis

    What does Ketosis mean exactly, and what are Ketosis symptoms? There are a lot of questions about the Low Carb Flu, also known as “Induction Flu” (based on the Atkins Induction Phase). If you’ve just started eating low carb and you feel miserable, you’re experiencing the low carb flu. Ketosis symptoms include: Headaches, bad breath or a metallic taste in your mouth, irritability (like PMS on steroids! lol), leg cramps, insomnia, nausea, e ...

    ketosis Jan 4, 2018
  • Can Diabetes Give You A White Tongue?

    I have suffered for several years from a white 'furry' tongue, which has small red spots at the back of it. This is mildly discomforting as it makes the tongue feel very dry, and it also gives me bad breath. I have seen my GP who has advised that it is due to acid in the stomach. I tried taking anti-acid tablets, but this has made no difference. Do you have any other suggestions? Furred tongue is a fairly common symptom and although it looks worr ...

    diabetes Jan 6, 2018
  • Ketosis Tongue

    5 Strategies to Overcome Keto Breath The ketogenic diet has absolutely exploded in popularity over the last few years and for good reason. The benefits of a low-carb, high-fat, moderate-protein diet are astounding and include improvements in inflammation, metabolism, brain function, and the list goes on. Because I often recommend this type of eating style, I have become well aware of some of the challenges that people face when making the switch ...

    ketosis Jan 4, 2018
  • Diabetes Tongue

    Tweet Thrush is a yeast infection (candida albicans) which tends to affect warm, moist areas of the body such as the vagina, penis, mouth and certain areas of skin. Thrush is more common in people with diabetes as high sugar levels lead to better conditions for the yeast to grow. A dry mouth coupled with a higher amount of glucose in the saliva can also make for favourable conditions for thrush. What causes thrush? High blood sugar levels is one ...

    diabetes Mar 30, 2018

More in ketosis