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Research shows ketogenic diet could be helpful for diabetics


Research shows ketogenic diet could be helpful for diabetics


My friend Karen asked why I hadn’t written a column about the ketogenic diet. Her interest, as CEO of The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, is understandable. Using a ketogenic diet for stopping or reducing seizures in people with epilepsy is well documented and used when medications are ineffective. Ketogenic diets remain a hot topic so here are a few thoughts.A ketogenic diet is high in fat, moderate in protein and extremely low in carbohydrates.

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