Sep 24, 2014  · YES! I’ve been in ketosis for about 4 months now. I sweat more and I feel hotter and do have occasional hot flashes. I’m 35/F. Not in menopause by a long shot. That said, burning fat and losing weight changes the estrogen level. So it is definitely a combination of the keto and the hormone levels changing.

Nov 11, 2011  · Learn about ketosis. Doctors know that ketosis is caused by an increased level of ketones in the system as a result of the body burning fat as fuel. [4] There are certain factors that can put you into a state of ketosis, which if left unchecked, can develop into the more dangerous state of ketoacidosis, which can lead to serious conditions such as brain swelling. [5]

Keto and Women's Hormones, Menopause, Causes of Hot Flashes, Carb Cycling and More!Feb 26, 2016  · This would be explainable because of the thermogenic effects of fat and protiein. The hot "surges" or flashes, I’m thinking are because my last meal of the day is the largest, therefore, the most calories and ketones are literally coursing through my body. Ketosis is fucking.

Jul 10, 2016  · Bad Breath Is Also Common. One of the more common side effects of ketosis is bad breath, often described as fruity and slightly sweet. It’s caused by acetone, a ketone that is a byproduct of fat metabolism. Blood acetone levels are elevated in ketosis, and your body gets rid of some of it via your breath (8).

Jun 26, 2017  · 53 year old mama of 16 here, menopause came on like a never-ending train wreck. The hot flashes were ruining my sleep, and in the grocery store one day, I almost took off all my clothes. So I tried keto, back when keto wasn’t cool. The hotflashes STOPPED. My creeping blood pressure went down nicely, and my A1C was perfect after a few months.

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