Is Ketosis Safe Long Term?
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Dr. Berg talks about ketosis and answer the question: Is ketosis safe long term.
Running your body on ketones is very save compared to running your body on glucose. Glucose is a dirty fuel and leaves residue. But the brain response very good to ketones. Ketones is one of the original fuels sources. Running your body on ketones is running on fat and essential fatty acids. Glucose and carbs are not essential.
You need vegetable carbs for vitamins and minerals and trace minerals. Ketogenic acidosis occurs only in a severe diabetic type 1 situation. You do not lose muscle mass when you consume ketones. In fact, the ketogenic diet preserves your proteins and muscles. This is due to growth hormone (GH). Diabetics lose muscle mass due to an insulin problem. Insulin also lowers GH growth hormone.
Too much insulin will deplete potassium, magnesium and B-vitamins and calcium due to insulin resistance.
Your body makes a lot of cholesterol, so adding more fat in a ketogenic diet will just cause it to make less. Insulin is the hormone that makes cholesterol and triglycerides.
Regarding kidney stones, ketosis is safe and running your body on foods high in oxalates (spinach, beans, grains) all increase kidney stones.
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