Ketogenic Diet For Weight Loss
Starting a weight loss journey takes a lot of will power and dedication. People get confused about which diet to follow to get the most sustainable results. From intermittent fasting, general motor diet to a keto diet, which is more sustainable? A ketogenic diet provides 99 percent of calories from fat and only one percent from carbohydrates, it produces health benefits in the short term, but negative effects after about a week, as per researchers. Also Read – Guava Health Benefits: 5 Reasons Why You Should Add This Fruit to Your Winter Diet
The study, published in the journal Nature Metabolism, found that the positive and negative effects of the diet both relate to immune cells called gamma delta T-cells, tissue-protective cells that lower diabetes risk and inflammation.
“Our findings highlight the interplay between metabolism and the immune system, and how it coordinates maintenance of healthy tissue function,” said study researcher Emily Goldberg from Yale University in the US, who discovered that the keto diet expands gamma-delta T-cells in mice.