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Can i use ketosis to lose weight?

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Dr. Vance Harris
Family Medicine 38 years experience
Bad idea.: No, that would be dangerous. Use lifestyle changes and healthy eating. More vegetables and fewer carbs.

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A 28-year-old member asked:

How do I lose weight?

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Dr. Christopher Dowd
Internal Medicine 21 years experience
Think long-term: There's more than 1 way, and in the end you want things that you can sustain over the long hall. Some goals: small meals every 3-4 hrs, no skipping meals, make colorful veggies the main part of each meal, use lean meats & protein sources, avoid fast food & soda, greatly limit juice, drink mostly water, eat fish 2-3x/wk, and exercise 5x/wk. Try starting with 1 thing & gradually add others.
Dr. Nicholas Martin
Family Medicine 50 years experience
The weight can be added to different parts of the body. Abdominal obesity is also called visceral obesity and is related to multiple diseases mostly affecting closure of vessels, such as vessels of the heart, and vessels of the distal extremities, resulting cold feet and toes, and coronary artery disease, renal disease, and a measurable degree of kidney disease. Cancer is increased from cortisol r
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