Are You In Fasting Ketosis? Common Signs of Ketosis From Fasting
In addition to eating a high-fat diet and limiting carbohydrates, the metabolic, fat-burning state of ketosis can be induced by fasting.
Fasting can help your body burn fatty acids instead of glucose faster and start producing ketones.
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