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sailor1750 (@sailor1750)

Keto diet pills. Are they safe to take?

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@JustinMcClanahan

Hello @sailor1750. I'd like to invite a few other members who have tried or are still on the keto diet (for varying diagnoses and reasons). @bigjeff, @klro0001, @avmcbellar, @iceblue, and @binblessed have all been on or are trying the keto diet for different reasons and may be able to share some of their experiences with you.

"Ketosis is a metabolic process that occurs when the body begins to burn fat for energy because it does not have enough carbohydrates to burn. During this process, the liver produces chemicals called ketones. The ketogenic, or keto, diet aims to induce ketosis in order to burn more fat. Proponents of the diet claim that it boosts weight loss and improves overall health."

As with any diet, speaking with your provider or pharmacist is best, especially when thinking about taking supplements that could possibly interact poorly with any medications that you may or may not be taking.

@sailor1750, have you been on the modified keto diet for the entire year? Has the change in diet been difficult?

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Replies to "Hello @sailor1750. I'd like to invite a few other members who have tried or are still..."

Justin…Yes,I have been on the diet for just over 1 year…I worked my way into the diet starting in October of 2018…
The change of food pertaining to this diet has not been difficult at all.. Again ,my approach has been MODIFIED…

Cutting back on carbs was not a problem ,sweets also not a problem….Pasta once a week I could not do without!!

My body overall feels pretty loose and @ 81, very little stiffness ….My mobility has increased drastically…

I would like to get with a group to exchange Keto ideas ……Lou

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