What Causes Sweating When You Eat?

I’ve had a lot of people ask me this question, and the answer is a little bit complicated. First of all, it depends where you are in your eating plan. If you eat really high-fat or high-carb foods that aren’t keto-friendly then you will produce more sweat when you eat them because they cause your body to get more glucose from fat stores (glycerol). This raises your body temperature and causes sweating. On the other hand, if you eat low-fat foods like meat and vegetables with no added sugars or fats, then most likely there won’t be any increase in your calories so consequently there will be no extra sweat production either!

How can I tell if I am producing too much sweat?

If the symptoms above sound familiar to anyone reading this article then definitely check out how many calories they burn when exercising! It should give some insight into whether their sweat levels are ok or not. For example: “I used my Fitbit 2 days ago and burned 573 calories for about 30 minutes at moderate intensity on an elliptical machine; does that seem normal? My usual cardio exercise burns around 400+ but is usually somewhat higher after doing HIIT 3x per week…any ideas?” The important thing here is to remember that sometimes we don’t feel our bodies telling us what they need (in which case we would probably go see a doctor anyway!). So always pay attention

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