3. High Ketone Levels in the Blood

In addition to added ketones in the blood, the keto diet also causes decreased and more consistent blood sugar levels. As such, some doctors recommend the diet to people with pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes. People who are following the keto diet should see a physician regularly to receive blood tests and monitor progress. Keep in mind that the long-term impact of being on a ketogenic diet is still unknown.


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