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Brain Functioning on Keto, Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

Does Keto Help in Better Brain Functioning?

Does Keto Help in Better Brain Functioning
A ketogenic diet is an art of eating in which your body gets into a metabolic state called ketosis. Re-discovered in the 1920s, its benefits were utilized to treat brain related diseases like Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and more.
I too lost my aunt to Alzheimer’s. Enough condolences to me, let us get back to this question. Keto was devised as the best strategy to curb these problems, so it is safe to say that being on a ketogenic diet will lead to better functioning brain.

Alcohol on Keto, Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

Can I Drink Alcohol on Keto?

Can I Drink Alcohol on Keto?
Keto knows better than to come between you and booze. You can make the good times roll with a vodka/gin with water (or lemon salt water), single malt scotch, or blended whisky. If you are a wine person, mulled dry red wine is what you should opt for. You can also knock back liquor, but in teeny weeny amounts.

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Does Keto Affect Kidneys?

Does Keto Affect My Kidneys?
Various reasons can affect kidney functions while you are on keto. These include less water intake, high protein intake, negligible fibre consumption etc. Having said that, lack of proper nutrition on a “normal” diet too can affect kidney, or for that matter any organ in the body.

Intermittent Fat Fasting. Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

How Is Mix of Keto and Intermittent Fasting Helpful for Weight Loss?

How Is Mix of Keto and Intermittent Fasting Helpful for Weight Loss?
Fasting has a lot of health benefits. It helps detoxify our mind and body. Now, there is many different types of fasting, but intermittent fasting is hands down, the most popular one.
I personally vouch for a modified form of INTERMITTENT FAT FASTING. In this, you try to dump straight fats in your body and then fast for a long period. So, you may find it unusual to start your day with 85 grams of fat, but there’s science behind it.

Loose Skin on Keto, Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

Will I Get Loose Skin By Losing A Lot Of Weight On Keto?

Will I Get Loose Skin By Losing A Lot Of Weight On Keto?
Loose skin is an after effect of losing weight/fat on any diet, not just keto. Loose skin from moderate weight loss retracts with time and can be aided by remedies such as use of castor oil and coconut oil. In the process of losing approximately 40 kilograms, I too had a fair share of loose skin, but I noticed it went away over a period. You can also supplement your diet with yoga or any other physical activity to reduce the extent to which your skin gets loose.

Bulletproof Coffee on Keto, Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

Is Bulletproof Coffee An Essential Part Of Keto?

Is Bulletproof Coffee An Essential Part Of Keto?
The Thought Of Ghee/Butter/Coconut Oil In Coffee Is Difficult To Adapt. How To Train My Mind To Gulp A Bullet Proof Coffee Every Day?
No, it is not a hard and fast rule to start your day with a bulletproof coffee. A ketogenic diet can also be done by consuming three meals a day. Now before you sigh in relief, hear me out. When you dump in straight fats in your body in the morning, your body tries to break down fatty acids. When it fails to do so, your body is pushed into deeper ketosis.

Supplements on Keto, Kdetorets by Rahul Kamra

Why I Do I Need To Take Supplements On Keto?

Why I Do I Need To Take Supplements On Keto?
Many components go into making any diet a well-rounded one. In keto’s case, supplements are a vital part of that equation. A ketogenic diet involves letting go of certain vegetables and fruits, thus draining your body of carbohydrates.
Every gram of carbohydrate holds approximately four to five grams of water. In the process of cutting down carbohydrates, your body also flushes out essential minerals and vitamins.

Fruits and Vegetables on Keto, Ketorets by Rahul Kamra

Do I have to Give Up Certain Fruits and Vegetables on Keto?

Why Do I Need To Shift From Normal Salt To Himalayan Pink Salt on Keto?
Since carbohydrates hold water, their depletion leads to loss of water in our body. This can exhaust electrolytes in your body which are essential for cellular function. Not having enough amount of potassium or sodium in cells can make you feel like blacking out, fainting and overall weakness.