The keto diet, and others like it (Paleo, Atkins, South Beach), have become ubiquitous in our diet culture because of their rapid weight-loss effects. Unfortunately, that weight loss has come at a major cost, and that cost is our overall health. Not only are we not getting thinner as a society, but we’re also definitely not getting any healthier.
Consuming a high-protein, high-fat diet that is overloaded with saturated fats, oils, acid, and cholesterol, is a physiological parlor trick, as Dr. Michael Klaper says.
In addition, high protein diets increase your risk of cancers, bone damage, including osteoporosis, and kidney diseases.
Continued on Source: Why We Veto the Keto Diet…and You Should Too! – PLANTSTRONG