The number of side effects I see isfar fewer than you might expect. And I think that’s because I don’t tell patients how low-carb to go. I give them the information andlet them interpret how they want to do it. So I is hypothesized that signifies the patients make more responsibility for what then happens and perhaps they do it more gradually, I don’t know. But let’s go through the sort of thingsthat cases might expect and you might expect to have to help them through. In the first week or so especially people who were previouslyon a great deal of sugar for example, they may find that tiredness is a problem and they might be surprised by how much they miss the sugar, so I’ve had people who didn’t think they were carbohydrate addicts and discover that they are.And then they are quite exhausted, relatively tired … So maybe it’s not a good ideato start low-carb on a Monday morning if you got a difficult job. As part of that sometimes I’ve heard it announced “carb flu” when people feel a bit headachyand weary all of the same time. I’ve actually found that it doesn’t go onfor very many days and usually clears up rather quickly. Sometimes this is joined in with muscle contractions. Actually tell people about muscle crampsparticularly those who are a bit stylish, because it can affect their carry-on and they care about that.With the working group I tell them thatactually some additional salt in the food can be very helpful. And I find it personallyhelpful myself. Constipation for some peopleis a problem and we often would say, “If you do become constipatedwhat’s the particular mode that you tend to solvethis problem for yourself? ” So that we’ve checked in advance how they might do it. A little tip, there might be milled linseedadded to plain yogurt is a really quick way to sort that. But you know most of cases get to be snacking far more dark-green veg on this nutrition so that actually constipation is somethingthat’s pretty easily sorted out. I had one patient who said she couldn’t centralize very well and that affected her at work.But that was only one in four and a half yearsand that was transient. I repute the thing is to tell them what they are likely to experienceand other eerie things, you’ll have to encourage themto come back and see you. So transient headaches, transient tiredness and there should be maybe muscle crampsif it’s not salted out with increasing your salt intake, then these are things they needto come back and told you about. Most of the things they noticeare going to be good things. Most cases will come backand say “mental clarity”, that the government has more exertion, that in the night they area bit stood and started leading walkings, so most of the side effectsyou’ll actually come across are beneficial things that the food has brought to these beings and that is why it spreads and it’s continuing to spread.