|At 20 Net Carbs|
Brain is Starved for Fuel
This is according to Dr. Michael Eades who says the brain needs about 120 grams of glucose per day.
I can tell you, from experience, that during those first few days, the brain doesn’t get the proper amount of fuel to function correctly.
Or at least, I don’t.
I know this because I started having severe vertigo attacks when I restricted my carbs to only 20 net carbs per day. Other people have talked about experiencing the similar things, but mostly complaints are about being tired or having brain fog.
The way low-carb experts say it works is this: