Effect Of Ketogenic Diet On Liver And Kidney Of Obese And Non-Obese Diabetic Patient

Authors

  • Gangaram Bhadarge , Ranjit Ambad , Deepti Shrivastava , Rakesh Kumar Jha

Abstract

In Developed Countries, Type 2 Diabetes, And Is One Of The Leading Causes Of Sickness And Death. This Is A Major Public Health Problem With An Increasing Incidence Rate, And More Than 380 Million People Are Expected To Be Affected By The Year 2025. [1] Compared With The General Population, Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Have A Shorter Lifespan And A Higher Risk Of Heart Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, Retinopathy And Prophylaxis. [2]

Low-Carb And Ketogenic Diets Are Very Popular Among Doctors And Their Patients, While The Benefits Of Reducing Your Carbohydrate Intake By Obese And Diabetic Patients Are Still In Dispute. Studies In The Literature, However, Are Consistent And May Be Due To A Lack Of Clarity In These Diets, And This, Combined With The Natural Complexity Of The Diet, Processes, Makes It Difficult To Compare The Results Of Various Studies. Although There Is Evidence That Reducing Carbohydrate Intake And Reducing Weight And Improving Glucose Control In People With Type 2 Diabetes, There Is A Lack Of Long-Term Data On Stability, Safety And Efficacy. In This Review, We Looked At The Role Of Low-Carb And Low-Carb Diets. Kd In The Etiology And Treatment Of Type 2 Diabetes, And Obesity In Addition, We Have Examined The Evidence Of Carbohydrate Inhibition In The Treatment Of Type 1 Diabetes, Including Changes In Ketogenic. Consumption Of Such Foods In People With A Tendency To Ketosis And Is Not The End Of Growth. [3]

Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Gangaram Bhadarge , Ranjit Ambad , Deepti Shrivastava , Rakesh Kumar Jha. (2021). Effect Of Ketogenic Diet On Liver And Kidney Of Obese And Non-Obese Diabetic Patient. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 818–829. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/168

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