The keto diet might be hella popular right now, but this nutritionist wants you to see beyond those addictive transformation photos and all. that. avocado.

By Toby Amidor
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The keto diet is taking the fad diet arena by storm. Folks are turning to the diet as a means of weight loss, and some believe that it can also help with a slew of health conditions. But even though you may know someone who swears by it, as a dietitian focused on healthy, delicious food, I've never been able to condone such an extreme diet (whether used as a way of life or as a timebound diet to "reset"). (Related: Is the Keto Diet Bad for You?)

Here's a dive into this high fat and virtually carb- and sugar-free diet, and why I am just *not* a fan.

It takes the enjoyment out of food.

To me, food is fuel but it should also be enjoyed. I just can't get past the fact that many keto recipes (and I've developed many) don't leave me satisfied-and all the substitutes and high-fat ingredients tend to give me (and clients) a stomachache. The keto diet is more like feeding the body "medicine" to trigger a process (ketosis-using fat as fuel instead of carbs) than it is about the enjoyment of it.

But it's not just the flavor factor. This high-fat, moderate-protein, and very low-carb diet (which is usually broken down as 70 to 75 percent fat, 20 to 25 percent protein, and 5 to 10 percent carbs) can actually leave you feeling physically ill, especially in the beginning. After a week or two on the diet you will enter full ketosis. But until you get there, symptoms like extreme fatigue (the feeling like you can't get out of bed) and the keto "flu" may occur. The keto "flu" is the time where your body is adapting to using ketones as energy, which can leave you feeling nauseated, with headaches, and a foggy head.

It sets you up for failure.

To maintain ketosis, you must continue to eat a very low-carb diet. While every person's threshold for carbs slightly differs (which you figure out as you go along), this diet simply leaves no room for flexibility-it's a plan that you must stick to without fail. (No 80/20 balance here!)

This can be tough for folks who need a "cheat" day, but it can also take a mental toll on the dieter. In a usual diet plan when you go off of it for a day or two, you just get right back in the saddle and start again. With keto it's more than that: You need to start from scratch to get yourself back into ketosis, which can take a few days or weeks. This can really make you feel bad about yourself and take a psychological toll on your well-being and self-worth. (Related: Why You Should Give Up Restrictive Dieting Once and for All)

It makes cooking really difficult.

If you're a protein-lover, you may think this diet is for you considering all the other foods that are eliminated. But the diet requires that protein make up 20 to 25 percent of total calories-so eating too many eggs or chicken breasts can make you top this protein amount pretty easily. (Related: 8 Common Keto Diet Mistakes You Could Be Getting Wrong)

And say goodbye to eating all the low-carb veggies that you want-because every gram of carbs count and have to be tallied or again, you'll fall out of ketosis. Most keto recipes have no more than 8 grams of carbs per serving (and even things like dried herbs can add 1 or 2 grams of carbs).

Bottom line: If you don't measure and calculate exactly each food and ingredient, you won't be able to get into ketosis or maintain it. And who wants to be sitting around measuring and counting everything? Again, this diet really takes the enjoyment out of cooking and eating. (Related: I Had Keto Meals Delivered to See If Sticking to the Diet Was Any Easier)

It leaves you short on nutrients.

Many have lost weight on the keto diet-but that is no surprise. If you're cutting out processed foods and limiting your carbs and protein, it's really tough to eat fat on its own. Think olive oil or butter-how much can you really take in? Those on ketosis do experience a decreased appetite due to higher amounts of ketones in the blood, which can also enable weight loss. But that doesn't mean you're doing it healthfully.

The reason you eat a balanced diet, which includes fruits, vegetables, dairy, protein, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds, is to get a variety of nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. You can do so on a lower calorie diet *and* successfully lose weight. However, on the keto diet, grains, legumes, and fruit are pretty much eliminated (berries, watermelon, and apples are allowed sparingly). These food groups provide a ton of nutrients including fiber, phytonutrients, and antioxidants like vitamins A and C. Keto dieters are also known to have constipation because of the lack of fiber in their diet. (FYI, here are the supplements you should take if you're on the keto diet.)

There are also issues with electrolytes including sodium, potassium, and magnesium. During ketosis, your kidneys excrete more sodium and water, which can lead to dehydration. Plus, the lack of glycogen (or stored glucose) means that the body is storing less water. This is why drinking lots of fluids is important while on keto, and why you need to add lots of sodium to dishes.

There are no long-term studies of what happens to the kidneys, or to the body in general, if you stay in ketosis for a long period of time, or even if you choose to go on and off the diet in cycles. (Related: More Science Suggests the Keto Diet Isn't Really Healthy In the Long Run)

Here's the bottom line.

With all the side effects and complications this diet has, I'm truly surprised by the popularity it has gained-it's just so darn unhealthy and unappetizing in so many ways. (Not to mention the fact that it's tough to get into ketosis, meaning many people don't even truly accomplish it.)

For clients who want to clean up their eating, I'll recommend a balanced, nutritious diet over a restrictive, potentially dangerous one filled with red flags any day.

Comments (37)

Anonymous
September 28, 2019
Oh, and that keto flu everyone so scared about? You should see a heroin attic’s detoxing from heroin. It is not unlike detoxing from sugar. It is really bad. You do have to replace your electrolytes. It is one of the most important ways to combat the keto flu. But kicking sugar is such an emotional detox that people would rather keep their sugar, their choice of drug, than to make the health change. I have had lung cancer patients that have told me they will never stop smoking. Okay. It’s your life and no one can choose how you live it.
Anonymous
September 28, 2019
Oh, and that keto flu everyone so scared about? You should see a heroin attic’s detoxing from heroin. It is not unlike detoxing from sugar. It is really bad. You do have to replace your electrolytes. It is one of the most important ways to combat the keto flu. But kicking sugar is such an emotional detox that people would rather keep their sugar, their choice of drug, than to make the health change. I have had lung cancer patients that have told me they will never stop smoking. Okay. It’s your life and no one can choose how you live it.
Anonymous
September 28, 2019
Unbelievable. This is written by a “dietitian”? While in nursing school, I realized the brainwashing of dietitians am day how they educated on the food pyramid. It is probably how we keep patients in hospitals and how big pharma makes $$$. You can make a lot of money off people who want to stop being fat and sick. This article pushes the agenda. As a nurse, I have seen my diabetic patients the kick sugar addiction and are no longer on anti-diabetic meds and their A1C is beautiful and their neuropathic pain and disease progress back to health. If we can stop people from losing eyesight or having to have amputations, why would we lie to them? It’s shameful to call yourself a dietitian and push the carb lie. Please, people, educate yourselves. Don’t rely on these “experts” or you wind up with your health compromised. You have a poor quality of life when you have poor health. No money in the world can make it better if you don’t choose to eat for health. Good resources are movies like “The Magic Pill” (on Netflix) and “That Sugar Film” (on YouTube) are good ways to understand this lifestyle change. Dr. Michael Van does great education ( https://youtu.be/O-fuPaB2wQo ) on Keto and intermittent fasting (an old idea and found in main religions).
Anonymous
September 28, 2019
Unbelievable. This is written by a “dietitian”? While in nursing school, I realized the brainwashing of dietitians am day how they educated on the food pyramid. It is probably how we keep patients in hospitals and how big pharma makes $$$. You can make a lot of money off people who want to stop being fat and sick. This article pushes the agenda. As a nurse, I have seen my diabetic patients the kick sugar addiction and are no longer on anti-diabetic meds and their A1C is beautiful and their neuropathic pain and disease progress back to health. If we can stop people from losing eyesight or having to have amputations, why would we lie to them? It’s shameful to call yourself a dietitian and push the carb lie. Please, people, educate yourselves. Don’t rely on these “experts” or you wind up with your health compromised. You have a poor quality of life when you have poor health. No money in the world can make it better if you don’t choose to eat for health. Good resources are movies like “The Magic Pill” (on Netflix) and “That Sugar Film” (on YouTube) are good ways to understand this lifestyle change. Dr. Michael Van does great education ( https://youtu.be/O-fuPaB2wQo ) on Keto and intermittent fasting (an old idea and found in main religions).
Anonymous
April 6, 2019
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March 23, 2019
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Anonymous
February 13, 2019
Oh I'm sorry that you need to over-gorge yourself on food to feel satisfied and stuff your body with carbs. I personally will stick with my lifestyle. I also 'love' how you call it a 'fad'. If you honestly think it's a fad, then I'm not sure what anyone could ever tell you to educate you, because your time as a dietitian has done you very little. If you are eating lard and sticks of butter, then yes, you will get a stomachache, but humans have been naturally programmed and developed to be fat and protein fueled instead of carb based. Personally, I like that I'm no longer overweight, pre-diabetic, and I'm happier and healthier than I have ever been. It is the only 'diet' I have ever been able to stay on without the binging and bringing about self-hatred. If you, yourself, a nutrition/dietitian, cannot figure out how to make a balanced and fulfilling meal that complies with Keto, then maybe it's because you could use some cooking classes. Also, if you can't even find your own ketogenic-carb limit, you should probably just ask for a refund for your 'degree'.
Anonymous
January 28, 2019
This article is NOT false. I do find it amazing how often Dietician's who are professional at what they do gets attacked by these Keto Lovers. Any negative thing you say about their precious little diet creates a hate that is so unbenigned it's spiteful. Doesn't surprise me that many more Doctors and other Dieticians don't speak their truth also in fear of getting attacked daily. Very Courageous women and I am honored to be on her side as a fear of long term issues with the Keto diet. As an employee in the Renal business for over 20 years I have devoted lots of studies toward Kidney functions and problems that cause it's failures. I have met some of the finest dieticians on the planet and have yet to find one that supports the Keto diet. So have I tried it ? You bet and I quit it after two weeks from getting sicker than the just the Keto Flu. You guys can have it and I'm staying with Toby on this one. Please don't stop writing about the truth and what can happen in long term situations because as of right now the long term effects just aren't there. I do hope the ones that retain the Keto diet accomplish their goals and have a long and everlasting life.
Anonymous
January 20, 2019
I am so glad to read these comments. This article is false. I deal with constipation if I'm not on the diet. I hate to say I have gone 5 days. But on the Keto diet, I do nvm t have that problem. And you can cheat. Just spend the next day with a fat increase. I tried to eat just by calorie counting and all the processed foods I was eating was making me bloated and sick. Now I have energy, and feel great again. I am very disappointed in this article and I have a subscription to Shape have loved the magazine. But if this nutritionist who has not done full research, we need to have someone like Dr Berg do an article. It's only fair. I'm hypoglycemic too!
Anonymous
January 19, 2019
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January 13, 2019
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January 13, 2019
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January 6, 2019
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Anonymous
December 17, 2018
This is a socially irresponsible puff piece. Literally none of your headers are accurate. At least, they aren't objectively accurate. If you don't enjoy eating keto, then don't, but don't parade your brash opinion around as if it holds up to science.
Anonymous
December 6, 2018
Shame on Shape for allowing this opinionated article missing factual representation.
Anonymous
November 14, 2018
Don't bother wasting your time on this "Fake News". Obviously funded by the sugar industry.
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November 10, 2018
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Anonymous
November 9, 2018
I have worked in healthcare for over 20 years as a Speech Pathologist and it's this type of misinformation that keeps my job! The food that is served(an overseen by dieticians) at hospitals and rehab centers is horrible! A meal will be French fries, canned carrots, a white roll and a piece of overcooked mystery meat. I've even seen these types of meal for patients with diabetes and they have to come to me to say they don't want rice or bread. It is no wonder people in hospitals conditions get worse! I had a patient recently who had a stroke, in his early 50s. If you just looked at him you could tell he was physically active. He told me how upset he was because he thought he was eating right--he was a vegetarian. When he told me the things he would eat--all carbs. I also have so many patients from different foreign countries that also end up having a stroke and the first thing they mention is the American diet. Their families will often bring in food they have cooked from home because the hospital food is so unhealthy. We have to get away from this food pyramid way of thinking. It's also interesting that in all my years of healthcare I very rarely work with healthy, in shape dieticians. The one I currently work with is obese.
Anonymous
November 9, 2018
This article is largely opinion-based. The Keto diet is very easy to follow and food preparation is simple and easy. You cook a portion of protein, add some fat, and there you have it. Cooking protien can be as simple as boiling an egg. As for carbs, Keto uses net carbs - you subtract fibre intake from carb intake. It follows, then, that you would choose high fibre carbs, like cabbage, spinach, etc. Although Keto recommends "above ground" veggies, you can save your carbs for a small potato - baked and slathered with butter. It is a very flexible diet and it allows for carb days. It also recommends intermitten fasting which most experts agree has a postive impact on health. As for Keto recipes, you must accept them for what they are, whole food recipes that will not taste like carb laden food. This diet has been around for years, it is not a fad.
Anonymous
November 9, 2018
False! Go read The Big Fat Surprise, by Nina Teicholz to learn why the conventional American Low Fat High Carb nutritional guidelines were based on wishful thinking. We can thank people like the author of this article for our epidemic of obesity and diabetes. My Low Carb High Fat diet (sometimes being in Ketosis) has improved my blood work, resulted in relatively easy weight loss, and leaves me satiated after ever meal.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
I also thought the keto diet was crazy when I first heard of it. I am a fitness professional and had begun to notice that not only was I gaining weight but I was suffering from inflammation. I could just be driving down the street and my face would develop welts. I have seen numerous doctors. I initially thought I had an allergy to gluten. The allergy test came back negative for gluten allergy. I would also get very nauseous and sometimes would throw up after eating. Despite tests coming back negative and doctors being no help, I know it was my food. I also am a very healthy eater. I basically eat veggies, organic meats and would eat what I was told were the "good" grains-quinoa, farrekh, brown rice, oatmeal, etc. I got so sick of being overweight and suffering from stomach/inflammation despite working out and eating "right." I decided to give the keto diet a try and I have to say I am a believer! I no longer am dealing with the nausea/inflammation and have lost weight. Yes, I did j=have the keto "flu" for one day but I know that was my body going through withdrawl. All those "healthy" foods I would consume were still considered sugar in my body and I know it was slowly killing me. I have been able to find the right formula that works for me and everyone on the diet/lifestyle has to determine what their body can handle.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Sadly this woman has clearly not read the research about the health benefits of ketosis or fasting per Dr. Jason Fung. Probably just worried about her job trying to teach people the wrong way of doing a low calorie diet. So sad that she is uneducated and uninformed. I hope people don’t listen to her!
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Is this article for real? Unenjoyable? Tell that to the giant cheese and spinach omelette I had for breakfast, and the lobster roll I'm making for dinner. Low on nutrients? Are you, a supposed dietitian, seriously claiming fruits are more nutritious than vegetables? Unsustainable? I have maintained my 85-lb weight loss for just over 4 years and don't even need to track calories anymore because the diet is so easy to follow (and this after trying everything from weight watchers to hypnosis). Scratching my head over this misguided article.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
One thing to share with this nit-wit. Watch The Magic Pill, then talk when you actually have something factual to say, you my dear are an idiot.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
I work in clinical research and read a lot of scientific peer reviewed literature. This woman has no idea what she's talking about. Never ever get health information from a dietitian. their recommendations are never based on science or physiology. For instance, the fact that she thinks that carbohydrates have been available year-round to humans throughout their existence is 100% of fallacy. Early humans subsisted mostly on animal proteins and fat and occasionally in the summertime may find fruits. There were no starchy vegetables at that time. Modern society has created starchy vegetables and Grains. feeding on things like ancient berries and stonefruit in the summer and fall allowed early humans to pack on fat stores to survive the winter. and I haven't even delve into the actual medical literature that shows over and over again the Curative effects of a ketogenic diet. The most annoying part of this whole article is that she thinks the food is not enjoyable. Apparently she doesn't know how to cook, because I'm eating more delicious food than I've ever eaten in my entire life. I am not a rabbit who enjoys chewing on carrots.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
I don’t agree with this article. A lot of the complications are relative and can also be avoided. Everyone is different and me personally, I don’t have to do a “total reset” when I cheat (a 16-24hr fast solves it) not to mention she made no emphasis on how much this lifestyle is centered around vegetables. Nearly every meal I eat has spinach and kale in it. And some of the things I’ve made on Keto are better than the carb loaded option (for me its zucchini lasagna). I can’t believe she said low calorie is more enjoyable than Keto. That’s when I knew this article was nonsense. Low calorie diets suck, I know because I’ve tried them, lost 30lbs fell off then gained 60! How is always feeling hungry enjoyable? I literally would go to sleep to avoid suffering through my stomach screaming at me after one packet of flaxseed oatmeal and a banana. There’s nothing enjoyable or satisfying about a calorie restrictive diet. She’s against restricting carbs but A-OK with restrictioning calories?? Hypocritical much? Yeah don’t buy into this crap!
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Reading these comments makes me realize that there is a huge misunderstanding of what Ketosis actually is and why it exists in the first place. Our body have thousands of mechanisms and systems in place to keep us healthy and our body running and functioning- and Ketosis is one of those mechanisms, but, unlike most mechanisms of the body, Ketosis is used only as a backup system in desperate times. Historically speaking, times like famines, or periods of starvation, is when our body uses Ketosis as it's plan B to keep everything functioning properly. This happens because our bodies are designed and meant to run on carbohydrates. Yes- that sounds strange- when we think of carbs, all that comes to mind are donuts, white bread, pasta, etc, but these highly processed foods have only been around for less than 100 years, not very long in the grand scheme of things. In reality, REAL carbohydrates- the ones our body relies on to function and have been around for thousands of years- are all the good, healthy things for us- vegetables, fruits, beans, legumes, and whole grains- all primary sources of carbohydrates. The 3 nutrients- carbs, fats, and proteins- all have specific roles and jobs in the body. Carb's #1 role is supplying the body energy to keep it running and functioning- our body is actually meant to have a diet in which 50% of it is carbs (remember, real carbs)! So, when our body receives way too little carbs from the diet, like in times of famine, starvation, or the Keto Diet, our body literally panics. It needs energy to keep functioning, so it uses it's backup plan, Ketosis, which relies on fat to keep the body running, which takes fat away from all the other important and designated jobs it does in the body, like insulation and protection of organs and muscles (hence, why you lose weight). Our bodies only go into Ketosis when it's desperate- it is NOT meant to be in a constant state of Ketosis, and this is why such dramatic things happen when in Ketosis- AKA rapid and extreme weight loss. When you lose weight on the Keto Diet, it is not a healthy weight loss. You are losing weight because you are essentially STARVING yourself of the nutrient your body functions and primarily survives on. In other words, the Keto Diet is a loophole way into tricking and manipulating your body into thinking it's in a desperate time of starvation. Yes, you may lose a lot of weight quickly, but you will gain ALL of it back just as quickly once you stop the diet.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
if the advice if from a Dietitian you should know not to listen, they are worse than politicians. She claims that the Keto diet is dangerous and quotes a study that did not study the Keto diet. Even if the study that she did mention was applicable, it is a BS epidemically study which is practically worthless, To date every RCT study on keto and low have shown positive benefits, none have shown them to be bad. As for constipation, there have been RCT studies that have shown low fiber diets reduce constipation and that the higher the fiber in the diet the more constipation there was. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3435786/ It is sad that dietitians and nutritionists are unable to read real scientific literatures and are the cause of the obesity epidemic.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Well
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
The term "Keto" is a bit of a strawman here. A High-Fat/Low-Carb diet is a spectrum, with Keto being on the very extreme end of low-carb. I think a lot of adherents of this diet start out strict in eliminating carbs, but due to the challenges of keeping carbs so low (drinking oil, eating butter, etc.), I bet that carb levels start to poke above strict ketogenic levels. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Easing up a little and going High-fat/Low-carb is totally sustainable, healthy, and more enjoyable . And you will still lose bodyfat - even if your ketosis level doesn't register as strongly. Those of you who plateau on keto and don't know where to go, be sure you look into Intermittent Fasting. It will make your (slightly higher) carb intake as effective as keto for weight loss. It provides a low-carb path for you to migrate toward a more satisfying diet, assuming you don't enjoy drinking oil for the rest of your life. -- Signed, a guy who lost over 20% body weight-- starting on keto and pivoted to HFLC macros: 50% fat, 40% protein, 10% carbs. (Higher protein due to exercise regimen and body composition goals)
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
This is totally fake news.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Big fat lie 🤥 because it is easy to cook and stick to the diet as it deletes your carb or sugar cravings for ever. Big Pharma and food industry investing millions on fake news and on making people confuse. Knew it from the beginning
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
This "nutritionist" doesn't have a clue what she's talking about. Keto is not a diet my little naive grasshopper, it's a way of eating. A lifestyle. 2ndly It is way healthier than her high carb low fat diet she probably promotes. Thats right the same diet that left millions and millions of people obese due to high sugar intake. You can cook very easily on keto, wrong again, there are many delicious recipes out there that will fit into your macro budget, which are easy to make even for a guy like me who isn't an especially good cook. Again focusing only on the ketu flu which lasted a day for me, is very irresponsible advice. After that I felt better than ever, especially since my body has become fat adapted. I have ample energy, a clear mind sleep better get more done. Regarding nutrients. Agian you couldn't be more wrong if you tried. I eat plenty of salad in keto. Kale spincach etc. Lotta veggies and then a protein like salmon chicken etc. Let me make this very clear to anybody reading this, this woman has no clue what she is talking about. Google dr eric berg's you tube videos on keto of you want actual advice from someone who knows what they're talking about. I lost 30 pounds in the last 6 weeks and I feel great all thanks to keto.
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
Unfortunately people are always looking for the easy way to lose weight/fat and while keto is definitely a good tool to use in the right circumstances I think for the average person long term it usually ends in failing - just join some keto FB Groups and see how many (mostly females) struggling and looking for answers - sadly no one wants to actually put in the hard work and get results in years not days or months
Anonymous
November 8, 2018
There are alot of misconceptions about keto or about any diet in general. People think that everybody approaches the keto diet the same way and thats the only way it wprks bit this os flawed. Its a hard diet lets face it and it takes time.The truth is everybody is different and everybody should approach keto there own way. Some people can eat more carbs than others on the diet.
Anonymous
November 7, 2018
Keep plugging sugar to satisfy your sponsors
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