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Injectable fillers eaten by ketosis?

Hi I am on a ketogenic diet and my face has hollowed out faster than the rest of me. If I were to get injections, would the ketosis "eat" the filler quickly since i am burning fat? Is there a kind of filler that would work under these circumstances?

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  Fillers are no problem!
April 5, 2013 7:47 PM

when they say 100% PURE Raspberry Ketone Pills NO Fillers NO Binders it does not mean you can't have fillers. (more)
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