I was doing low carb diet and water faster for over 4 months and I had acetone taste by then. Now I've stopped and I'm eating moderately "some times with over 125g of carbohydrates a day" but I'm still have acetone taste and I wonder why?

Hello and thank you for submitting your question!

Having an acetone taste (or breath) can occur for different reasons that may not just be related to how much carbohydrates you consume. I encourage you to consult with your doctor who can help explain what may be going on.

Eating a balanced diet of fresh, whole foods is a very important part of being healthy, but there are other things that are also important. Explore our Lifestyle pages to learn ways to put yourlself on the path to long-term health and well-being.
 
Hope this helps!

 

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