KE Diet Helps Lose Weight


KE Diet Helps Lose Weight

Every girl wants to look best on her wedding date, and is ready to do everything that can make her world’s most beautiful bride. One of the things is the need to look best on the wedding date with a slim look in a wedding gown.

In order to fit in that figure, girls who are soon to get married are trying each and every possible method to shed those extra kilos. One of the diets that is quite in vogue these days is KE diet or Ketogenic Enteral Nutrition diet in the UK.

Girls, who have tried the diet, are swearing by its fast results. However, experts are raising concerns about the same. The diet promises of providing quick results like losing 20 lbs in just days. A small feeding tube is inserted in the nose, which provides essential nutrients to the body. In a day, a person gets 800 calories, which comprise of water, proteins and other essential fats.

The diet is quite famous in the UK, Spain and Italy. Though the results are quite quick, the 10 day process is not at all simple. It is said that patients have to carry protein-rich fluids with them. Dr Oliver Di Pietro, who is practicing in Florida, warned that a person can be diagnosed with kidney disease. Weight loss, weakness, bad breadth, weakness and mental trauma are some other side effects of the diet.

Where majority of girls are going mad for this diet, there are some other girls, who prefer losing weight by exercising. One such girl Ritu Shah, who is travel executive said, "I have heard my friends talk about brides who opt for drastic diets that get rid of major food groups, however, the K-E diet sounds a bit extreme. I would rather have fun while losing weight, so I would prefer joining a dance class”.

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