Can the keto diet cause heart rhythm disorders? l GMA




Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what you need to know about a new study linking the trendy diet to cardiac arrhythmias.


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  1. Follow the advice of professionals please. These people have no idea what they’re talking about. If you are experiencing this issue it is due to dehydration as well as lack of electrolytes in your system. Talk to your doctor because it is proven to lower the risk of heart issues as well as cancer and diabetes

  2. I have had major heart palpitations during my five weeks on keto. They say it’s not for everyone. I have a heart murmur, and I don’t think it’s a good diet for me. I’m going to sorely increase my carbs to incorporate beans and a little fruit. I just can’t do all the fat and animal protein. My body is not responding well.

  3. I'm not a quitter but I could not go through with the keto diet because it made me feel awful. I then tried the Agoge diet and I lost so much fat, and most importantly no more cellulite.

  4. If you ask me, the keto diet is not for most people. It's just really difficult to follow and you feel exhausted. But the Agoge diet on the other hand feels great, and it works too.

  5. I really tried sticking with the keto, but I just felt awful and it is also really difficult to adhere to. Then I tried the Agoge diet and it was life changing, I highly recommend it to everybody.

  6. I really tried sticking with the keto, but I just felt awful and it is also really difficult to adhere to. Then I tried the Agoge diet and it was life changing, I highly recommend it to everybody.

  7. The main reason I started dieting was to get rid of cellulite, however the keto diet made it unbearable. That's why I tried the Agoge diet and it worked great

  8. My own experience suggests that the keto diet is over-hyped. A good diet shoould be easy to follow and be healthy. Agoge diet is a good option, I lost a lot of persistent belly fat.

  9. The keto diet requires supplementing with electrolytes. You loose alot of water weight and with that comes potassium, magnesium and sodium. Therefore the side effect of palpitations.
    It's not unhealthy if you correctly supplement with electrolytes.

  10. I hate these <3min coverage (lack of) on such important health subjects. Irresponsible reporting. Headline-grabbing attention ONLY! One more of these irresponsible segments, I will be not watching this "morning edutainment news" program!

  11. A confused mind always says 'no'.
    Confuse enough people and it might be possible to bury this Keto stuff upsets the profits from big pharma and the food industry.
    I've done Keto for ten months and lost almost 90 pounds – I ain't going back.

  12. 14,000 people had to remember what they ate over a 22 year span and had them fill out a food questionnaire. That’s the study???? Boom, that’s all the proof I need lmfao

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