It’s important to remember that both Keto and Intermittent Fasting do have their fair share of pros and cons. So, following two diets at once could also mean that you end up at the risk of double the side-effects, especially if you are a beginner.
Experiencing low blood sugar, nausea, mood swings, fatigue, constipation can also be common in the starting days. More so, do remember that trying the two diets together also requires a lot more patience and commitment, since it’s a narrow way of eating.
If you do try the diets, the best would be to ease into them, rather than going all-in. Add foods in your diet which release energy slowly, and don’t completely quit out carbs. If you have a history of eating disorders, trying this method out wouldn’t be wise.