Kourtney Kardashian is also on Keto diet to maintain her sexy looks, she wrote about her experience on the keto diet. Now-a-days it looks like at least one sister is interested in popular keto diet, if you’ve not been keeping up with the Kardashians.
The popular diet Keto was originally developed to treat the condition of epilepsy. The oldest sister Kourtney Kardashian on her new website, announced that she’s back on the keto diet, at least temporarily.
“My body never looked better than when I did the keto diet two and half years ago, when I did it for two months,” she wrote in a blog post for her lifestyle website, Poosh.com. “In my experience, I’ve found the best method to train my body to curb sugar cravings, burn fat, and kick-start weight loss is by sticking to a keto diet.”
Kourtney Kardashian also explains in her post that a little more than about two years ago, her doctor put her on ketogenic diet (called keto, for short) because she was tested high for the mercury and lead.
“He let me know that one of the fastest ways to detox was to keep my body in a state of ketosis. I would check my blood sugar and ketone levels every morning to make sure I was on track,” she wrote.
But keto isn’t really designed to be a jump start diet or for any kind of a quick cleanse, many experts Healthline talked. When you are on keto diet, it takes weeks, even months, for true impact of diet to kick in and to have any beneficial impact.
“I don’t recommend ketogenic diet in the short term — less than a month — for patients since there is usually a period of adaptation as the body becomes more fat-efficient that would be lost if patients return back to a higher carbohydrate diet,” said Dr. John Martinez, a primary care physician.