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High-fat, low-carb ketogenic diets are an increasingly popular way to lose weight.
Because keto diets reduce carbs to around 5% of a person’s daily calories, healthy foods like beans, whole grains, and some vegetables are typically banned.
Kidney doctor Shivam Joshi says these items are “some of the most healthful foods on the planet” and shouldn’t be avoided.
Plus, he said, there just isn’t enough good evidence about what a keto diet can do to a person’s body long-term.

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