Health Awareness

For anyone practicing the Keto (lifestyle) diet, it’s highly recommended to schedule regular doctor’s visits to have comprehensive blood test done. This will ensure that a normal range is maintained for blood glucose, hemoglobin and other critical laboratory screenings. Anemia and low blood sugar are possible risk factors for the malnourished and diabetics practicing the Keto diet without adequate medical supervision. It may be necessary to use a glucose meter at home to check the blood sugar when symptoms of low blood sugar are present.

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