Is CARB WITHDRAWL REAL & HOW TO GET OVER?

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Quickly absorbed and converted to glucose in the body, "fast carbohydrates" include refined grains, starches, corn, and sugar.

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Low-carb diets are popular to combat rapid carbohydrates' harmful effects. Limiting certain items can be healthy, but quitting can be difficult.

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So, is carb withdrawal a genuine phenomenon, and if so, how do we overcome it?

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What Carb Withdrawal Do?

Verywell Fit notes that after a few days on a low-carb diet, some individuals experience a constellation of symptoms known as "low-carb crash" or "keto flu."

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Verywell Fit says that happens when the body has used up its glucose stores, stored as glycogen in the liver, but hasn't transitioned to using fat and protein for energy.

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The Symptoms

Some people cut carbs without negative effects, but others suffer nausea, headache, diarrhea, dizziness, weakness, muscle cramps or pain.

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How to overcome it?

In the beginning, it's okay to eat 20-25 grams of nutritious carbohydrates such nuts, seeds, vegetables, and cheese every day.

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2) Eat Fats

The body can't function without fat in the diet, and eating adequate fat can also keep hunger at bay and curb cravings.

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3) Consume Bone Broth

Low-carb crashes have also been linked to fluid and salt loss. Bone broth, if consumed multiple times day, may prove beneficial.

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