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Effects of Ketogenic Diet Intervention on Metabolic Acidosis in Patients with Obesity and Chronic Kidney Disease.

In this study, we found no significant acid-base changes after six weeks of ketogenic diet in patients with obesity with Chronic kidney disease) 2 or 3. A ketogenic diet was well tolerated overall with no gross changes to serum creatinine, anion gap, serum, or venous bicarbonate, or albumin. We were limited by a small sample size, and we did not confirm whether patients achieved a biochemical ketogenic state.

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