The Fine Print of the Keto Diet: Harms and Failures

Thanks Dr. Joshi for the research and study links.

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The keto diet has been widely promulgated as an effective therapy for the treatment of diabetes and weight loss with minimal side effects. Many discussions regarding the diet present an unbalanced view, often omitting studies that show harm or lack of a benefit. To balance the narrative, I’ve written this post that I intend to keep maintained for foreseeable future. Below I present the links to references of important studies that are often excluded from the discussion of ketogenic, and by association, low-carbohydrate diets. I invite you to look through them. Personally, I did not expect to find as much as I did (and certainly not so many concerning side effects). If you have other studies or comments, please post them below in the reply section of this page. You can also share them with me on Twitter @sjoshiMD.

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