The amount of water you should drink on keto is calculated by multiplying your body weight (in kilograms) with 70 (ml). So, if you weigh 80 kg, you should drink 5.6 litre water. It is extremely important that you drink enough water because it is required to metabolize existing and dietary fat and burn it down as energy.
How to Get Over Keto Flu
Can I Work Out on Keto?
DO I NEED TO WORKOUT ON KETO? WILL IT BE MORE BENEFICIAL IF I DO KETO WHILE HITTING THE GYM?
Exercising is always a good idea. Period. And if you are doing it along with following a healthy diet, kudos to you!
Indulging in any physical activity gets your heart pumping and blesses you with the goodness of endorphins. It makes you active and boosts your mental and physical health.
CAN I BE IN KETOSIS AND NOT LOSE WEIGHT?
With the risk of all hell breaking lose, I regret to inform you that not losing weight while being in ketosis is very much a possibility. Most people who ask this question skip over a very important fact – keto is not a weight loss diet; it is a fat loss diet. A fat loss diet is made up of two components – fat loss and weight loss.
WHAT IS KETO FLU? CAN I AVOID IT?
Keto flu is nothing but your body’s way of punishing you for not being on keto soon enough. Ha-ha just kidding.
Keto flu is your body’s reaction to consuming less carbohydrates. When you go off any old habits, your body has a way of reacting towards that change. Smokers experience withdrawal symptoms when they try to quit smoking. You might be shocked to know that sugar reacts with our brain just like addictive drugs! So, letting it go is like getting over a breakup – uncomfortable at first, but better for you in the long run.