Keto Benefits – Skin, Brain & Vessels – Part 3


Keto Benefits – Skin, Brain & Vessels – Part 3

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Keto diet is a diet plan in which the focus is to get more calories from protein and fats and fewer calories from the carbohydrates. Keto diet depletes body sugar and increases the fat-based metabolism. In this way, body fat decreases and results in weight loss.
Various foods make up the keto diet plan that are fish, cheese, avocados, meat, eggs, coconut oil, yogurt, olive oil, nuts and, dairy products.
A ketogenic diet has very healthful effects on the human body that are as under:

1. On Skin

Increased carbohydrate intake causes changes in gut flora and also uncontrolled blood sugar levels. These factors have harmful effects on skin health. According to studies, the ketogenic diet can reduce acne symptoms in some people.

2. On Brain

Ketones produced in the body as a result of keto diet protect brain function by strengthening nerve cells and brain cells. So, a person with Alzheimer’s disease can get benefit from a keto diet.
Another effect of the keto diet is reducing seizures in a person with epilepsy. This effect results from increased ketosis in the body. Scientific studies claim that children with focal seizures are more likely to get benefit from a ketogenic diet. In a person with bipolar disorder, a ketogenic diet can work as a mood stabilizer. Studies also showed that ketogenic diets have positive effects on a person with dementia and Parkinson’s disease.

3. Ovaries

A quite common disease of ovaries in the western world nowadays is polycystic cystic ovaries (PCOS), which is a syndrome complex of many conditions like hormonal imbalance, weight gain, uncontrolled insulin levels, oily skin, and acne. Studies show that the ketogenic diet improves several symptoms of PCOS.

4. Heart and vessels

The ketogenic diet has healthy effects on fat metabolism. It decreases levels of LDL, total cholesterol levels, and triglycerides and increases HDL levels. These changes can reduce the risk of complications regarding the heart and vessels.

5. Endocrine functions

Type 2 diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the whole world, which is caused by obesity, insulin deficiency or insulin resistance, hyperglycaemia, and increased free fatty acids in the blood. Taking diet low in carbohydrate fractions and high-fat fractions can result in preventing hyperglycaemia and also increased fat metabolism results in reduced obesity and high insulin sensitivity (especially in adipose tissue). So, a ketogenic diet is also suitable for people with type 2 diabetes.
Researches have also documented that the ketogenic diet prevents certain types of cancers.




Paoli, A., Rubini, A., Volek, J. S., & Grimaldi, K. A. (2013). Beyond weight loss: a review of the therapeutic uses of very-low-carbohydrate (ketogenic) diets. European journal of clinical nutrition, 67(8), 789-796.