Women Say They Suffer From Smelly “Keto CROTCH” as a Result of Eating Low-Carb Keto Diet

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
March 2, 2019

If you ever wondered what the vagina of Jordan Peterson’s huge slut of a daughter smelled like then today’s your lucky day.

Daily Mail:

The keto diet has risen in popularity as a fad weight-loss solution for people who want to drop pounds off their body.

Celebrities including Gwenyth Paltrow, 46, and Jenna Jameson, 44, have toted the benefits of the low-carb diet to help lose weight and stay healthy. But some women on the diet have complained about changes in their feminine region — which has since been nicknamed the ‘keto crotch’.

According to Women’s Health, there has been an increase in women saying their vaginas have emitted a strong odor after altering their diet.

The publication made clear ‘keto crotch’ has not been scientifically proven to occur in women’s bodies after altering their diet.

But experts have explained that it is possible for the vagina’s odors to alter because of the change in food consumption.

The discussion of ‘keto crotch’ was first noticed on Reddit when multiple women turned to the anonymous forum to state their concerns about how their body was changing because of the low-carb diet.

‘I want to know if this is something I should be concerned about,’ one woman wrote in the forum while detailing her symptoms, which included a change in odor.

A majority of women who also experienced vaginal changes admitted their bodies ‘leveled out’ after months on the keto diet.

But Dr. Ross recommended for any woman experiencing a change in her body odor to see an expert if it persists.

If a food gives you foul-smelling urine, farts, or breath, chances are it will affect the taste and smell of your vagina,’ she said.

After a thorough examination of possible dietary changes, I would suggest seeing your healthcare provider to eliminate the possibility of vaginal infection.’

Now you know what Mikhaila Peterson’s vagina smells and tastes like: rotten beef.

Those women saying their bodies “leveled out” after months of eating the keto diet are just as smelly as they were when they first noticed their rotten crotch beef. It’s just that they’ve grown used to their new smell.

You do get used to your body odors, which is why some people may think you have bad breath or other odors when you don’t smell a thing.

People who eat lots of onions and garlic every day eventually stop noticing their onion and garlic odor, and if they notice it, they think it’s pretty mild while in fact everyone’s mentally puking around them.

When Jordan Peterson’s daughter says her tallow and beef diet doesn’t make her smell like a rotten carcass, she’s definitely lying. Her baby girl wined herself because she couldn’t take Mikhaila’s disgusting breast milk anymore. If Mikhaila’s diet ruined her breast milk so much her baby’s natural instincts were to abruptly stop drinking it, just imagine how awful that whore’s front-hole must smell.

If you search “keto breath,” “keto hair loss,” “keto rash,” and basically whatever combination of “keto” and “something awful,” you’ll find enough to realize the ketogenic diet is just a bad idea.

Let’s take a look at the ones I mentioned.


While the ketogenic diet and other low-carb diets can help you lose weight faster, “keto breath” is an unwanted side effect of ketosis. Here’s what you need to know about keto breath, including symptoms and how to get rid of it.

Keto breath produces a distinct taste or odor in the mouth that’s different from ordinary halitosis or bad breath. Some people describe keto breath as having a metallic taste. In addition to a funny taste in the mouth, keto breath can be fruity-smelling or have a strong odor that’s similar to nail polish remover.

Keto breath is a side effect of ketosis and a low-carb diet, and there doesn’t appear to be a way to prevent the odor. What you can do, however, is use a ketone breath analyzer to determine the most carbs you can eat without being kicked out of ketosis. If you can add more carbs to your diet and eat less protein, this might be enough to keep your breath fresh.

Some people say they don’t experience keto breath, but what about the people around them?

Keto people say the smell will go away after some weeks, but what if after some weeks they just grow used to their new smell?

If that is not enough to convince you the keto diet is a stupid idea…

From a Reddit post:

Weight loss still going great, but the thinning in my hair that started when I was about 3 months in has continued and now the back/top of my head look a lot worse, like visible scalp. I had luscious rich hair before! I know it will eventually grow back but I bet it would take 2 years. Hoping to hit my GW this summer. Wasn’t planning on re introducing carbs too much, but will my hair grow back on Keto once I’m on maintenance?

Keto websites tell you that your hair will grow back after 6 or more months in the ketogenic diet.

Do you trust your hair to random keto websites written by rotten beef front-holes?

Keto hair loss is quite common. Reddit is plagued by posts about it and the internet is packed with websites that “address” the issue.

The “keto rash” even has its own website.

The Keto Rash:

I wanted to create website that’s a resource for everything related to the Keto Rash, a rash that typically appears in the setting of ketosis.  The scientific name of this little known entity is ‘prurigo pigmentosa.’

I first encountered this rash when I was doing my own experimentation with nutritional ketosis.  I even went to a dermatologist who diagnosed this as ‘pityriasis rosea.’  When I asked if he thought this could be related to my ketogenic diet, he promptly dismissed that notion and said that there is no research linking diet to skin issues.

To keep a long story short, I didn’t believe him and did some research of my own, combing through research journals and online forums and discovered that there actually is a rash that is associated with ketosis: prurigo pigmentosa.

I wrote a post about it which has now become the main online resource for other folks that have encountered this issue, with over 150 comments coming from people reporting on their own experiences.

When I say the ketogenic diet is a bad idea, I don’t mean that going into ketosis is a bad idea. I mean that staying in ketosis for a prolonged period of time is a bad idea. You’re not intended to be in a constant state of ketosis because you can actually get out of ketosis, which tells you that your ancestors entered ketosis and exited ketosis regularly.

You don’t even need to eat the ketogenic diet to enter ketosis. Your body enters ketosis after you’ve fasted for a while, so entering ketosis is free. You don’t need to spend any money to do it. Just don’t ingest calories and your body will start doing its ketosis thing.

Stay away from the keto diet and from Mikhaila’s Peterson rotten beef crotch. Eat like your ancestors did, and you’ll be fine.

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