Ketogenic Diet and Cholesterol Levels

Ketogenic Diet and Cholesterol Levels Is the keto diet safe for someone with high cholesterol? Because keto is rich in fats, including saturated fat and cholesterol found naturally in animal-derived foods like eggs and meat, many people will experience an increase in cholesterol after beginning the keto diet. However, studies suggest the connection between the ketogenic…

Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy

Ketogenic Diet Therapy for Epilepsy One of the oldest treatments for epilepsy is the classic ketogenic diet, which involves consuming high-fat foods and very few carbohydrates. Johns Hopkins is a longstanding pioneer in this mode of therapy. In order to be successful, this therapy calls for strict compliance and plenty of patience, especially in the beginning. Most important,…

Ketogenic Diet Cancer Mayo Clinic

What Is the Mayo Clinic Diet and How Does It Work? When compared with other popular, commercial weight loss programs on the market, the Mayo Clinic Diet seems less like a fad diet (no juicing or fasting involved) and more like a diet and lifestyle overhaul that aims to help you move more and replace bad eating habits with healthier ones.…

800 Calorie Ketogenic Diet

800 Calorie Ketogenic Diet The 800 Calorie Diet is a well-known dieting plan in the health and wellness community that may be followed by those who are obese or severely overweight. It greatly restricts the amount of calories you consume in a day and thus encourages rapid weight loss with the right amount of daily…

Ketogenic Diet History

History of the Ketogenic Diet The ketogenic diet became popular as a therapy for epilepsy in the 1920s and 30s. It was developed to provide an alternative to non-mainstream fasting, which had demonstrated success as an epilepsy therapy. However, the diet was eventually largely abandoned due to the introduction of new anticonvulsant therapies. Although it…

Ketogenic Diet and Cancer

Ketogenic Diet and Cancer The ketogenic diet or “keto diet” is now being evaluated for its potential role in both cancer prevention and treatment. There are several questions to consider, however. Cancer is not a single disease but a broad collection of diseases, and the keto diet may be helpful with one type (or molecular subtype) but…

Ketogenic Diet

1. What is a Ketogenic diet? A keto diet is well known for being a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver to be used as energy. It’s referred to as many different names – ketogenic diet, low carb diet, low carb high fat (LCHF), etc. When you eat something high…

Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet

Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet This Paleolithic ketogenic diet guide (aka paleo guide to ketosis) contains everything you need to know about this ancient low-carb high-fat diet, including health benefits, tips, supplements, meals, and scientific research to get you started on a path to better health. A ketogenic paleo, Paleolithic ketogenic diet, keto+ or keto-paleo diet is a low-carb…

Ketogenic Diet Reverse Heart Disease

The Ketogenic Diet and Heart Disease According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease (which is also commonly referred to as heart disease) is the leading cause of death globally. On the surface, this sounds like a dreadful omen for humanity, but there is some sweetness to this bitter news once we realize that heart…

Ketogenic Diet Pros and Cons

What You Need to Know About Keto Though it may seem new to your newsfeed, the ketogenic diet has been around since the 1920s. The low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet gained a foothold when proven to reduce seizures in pediatric patients with epilepsy. While still prescribed for that purpose today, the diet is now touted as a weight…