If you really wanted to, and if you had the time, the best outcome would be to get a nice research thing going on. With large sample sizes and groups of people.
I wholeheartedly agree. While it looks to me like the evidence points towards keto being healthy, a greater sample size could put this all to rest, one way or the other
also, its a pretty good thing for weight loss though, being fat activated. But also using green tea extract to speed it up a little bit.
Yeah, it seems to work very well for losing weight. Thanks for the thing about green tea, I hadn't heard that before.
Plus there is also this link that has some links to more research
Yeah, that was the list I found before, and there's all sorts of problems with the studies, the biggest of which is that the diets changed in no other way except less carbs. They didn't increase fat to compensate, so of course they had worse health. That's not keto, that's just dumb.
But be honest with yourself user, dont you feel low energy?
Not at all. The opposite, in fact. I've felt all around more motivated. I've actually had the energy to work out every day. And I'm working on a novel, and usually have trouble writing 1500 words a day. The last few days, on keto, I've pumped out over 10,000, and half that in a single day. And it's good shit too, if one can judge their own work. And in less measurable terms, I just feel better.
There are also some reports from people who are on a keto diet who said that they too have lost their morning boner, which is a good indication of low test.
I haven't observed anything like that myself so far, though it is early on. Though from what I've heard, there are some early ill-effects of keto that wear off fast (the keto flu). However, you can avoid this by upping your electrolyte intake (which can be low on keto, if you aren't careful). That's what I've been doing, and it seems to have worked. I skipped the transition phase and went right to the benefits.