A ketogenic diet recommends consumption of foods that have a high fat content and fewer carbohydrates and proteins.

It is said to have been effective in controlling diseases such as epilepsy, cancer and others. It is a very useful process which burns excessive fats in the body while supplying it with energy helping it to be stable even when one is not taking in food. The aim of a ketogenic diet is to …

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Keto Questions and Answers – The Only Guide you will ever need [Part 1]

There is a lot of misinformation and disinformation—if not outright, unwarranted hysteria—concerning the potential risks of a low-carbohydrate, fat-based, ketogenic diet. Some of this popularized hysteria borders on the absurd. – Nora Gedgaudas We’re at right about the halfway point, and I’m sure you have a lot of questions swirling around the back of your …

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Reasons You May Not Be Producing Adequate Ketones [Part 3]

7. A medication or combination of medications is taxing your liver. Medications can “manage” chronic illnesses like diabetes and obesity, but they cannot prevent or reverse them. But following a ketogenic diet is a potent way to prevent or reverse these common chronic diseases. As a clinician, I like having safe approaches that work with …

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Reasons You May Not Be Producing Adequate Ketones [Part 2]

4. You haven’t given yourself enough time to become fully keto-adapted. Studies suggest that keto-adaptation, in which the impact of glycogen depletion is no longer relevant as the body is capable of running on ketones, appears to take approximately three to four weeks in most people. – Dr. Bill Lagakos They say that “patience is a …

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