Weight Loss: Since keto can cause ketosis, a metabolic state in which the body burns fat for energy, it may be useful for short-term weight loss.

Blood Sugar Control: Some diabetics may find that a ketogenic diet improves their blood sugar regulation, however this should only be done under medical supervision.

Appetite Suppression: Ketogenic diets frequently cause a decrease in appetite, which helps with calorie control and weight management.

Energy Levels: At first, people following a ketogenic diet may feel tired and short on energy, but after entering ketosis, some people report feeling more energised.

Heart Health: Since keto may cause some people's LDL cholesterol levels to increase, the long-term implications on heart health are up for debate.

Nutritional Deficiencies: If the keto diet is not carefully managed, it may result in a lack of important nutrients such fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Constipation and gastrointestinal pain are frequent side effects of the keto diet's low fiber content.

Muscle Loss: Rapid initial weight loss may result in some muscle loss, particularly if protein consumption is minimal.

Sustainability: Keto can be difficult to sustain over the long run, and many people return to their old eating patterns after quitting the diet, potentially gaining back the weight they had lost.