Who should not take Keto pills? Considering these risks, people who have kidney damage, individuals at risk for heart disease, pregnant or nursing women, people with type 1 diabetes, pre-existing liver or pancreatic condition and anyone who has undergone gallbladder removal shouldn't attempt the Keto diet.
Safety. Taking ketone supplements can cause extreme stomach upset in some people. This side effect can limit the number of supplements that a person can take. Taking ketone salts also increases the risk of electrolyte imbalances.