Day by day Corona cases are giving bad news, but the shocking news is the most lovable ones leaving the world. One more news came to a short notice is the sudden demise of the actress Mishti Mukherjee. Bollywood Actress Mishti Mukherjee, who worked in many films and music videos breathed her last on Friday night (October 2) in a hospital in Bengaluru. The reports state that the actress was suffering from kidney disease, which resulted in her sudden death. The 27-year-old actress had also featured in several Telugu and Bengali films. She had begun her career in Bollywood with the movie ‘Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi in 2012.’
Actress’s family stated that, kidney failure as the reason for her unfortunate demise. The official statement shared on an entertainment site stated, “Actress Mishti Mukherjee who marked her brilliance in many films and music videos with her ace acting is no more. Due to the keto diet, her kidney failed in Bangalore and she breathed her last on Friday night, the actress suffered a lot of pain. Unforgettable and unfortunate loss. May her soul rest in peace. She is survived by her parents and brother.”
The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet. It is the form of medicine that is used mainly to treat hard-to-control epilepsy in children. The diet forces the body to burn and reduce fats rather than carbohydrates. If you consume a lot of such foods, especially red meat, it may lead to a higher risk of kidney stones. Salil Jain, Director-HOD, Nephrology and Renal Transplant, Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurugram said that “It may also worsen the kidney functioning of those who already have kidney diseases. The theory is that a higher intake of animal food products can make your urine more acidic i.e. increase level of excretion of calcium from your urine,” Health expert said that keto diet should not be continued more than 45 days on a constant basis.