Claim: eating a low-carbohydrate diet can reduce the risk of cancer and slow the growth of existing tumours by ‘starving’ cancer cells and preventing them from multiplying. Low-carbohydrate diets Low-carbohydrate diets, which have become increasingly popular, vary in their level of carbohydrate restriction. Standard nutritional advice is to consume 50-60% of the total daily calories from carbohydrates. For a diet ...

The History of Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy The Ketogenic Diet goes back a lot further into history than you might initially think. The modern application of the diet as a targeted treatment for epilepsy dates back to the 1920s. But the basis for the modern ketogenic diet was laid more than 2,500 years ago! The Hippocratic Collection, a collection of ...

A keto or ketogenic diet is a low-carb and high-fat diet that allows you to effectively burn fat. During the diet you eat much less carbohydrates. In addition, you moderate the protein intake and increase fat intake. Reducing carbohydrate intake puts your body in a metabolic state called ketosis, burning fat from your diet and from your body into energy. ...

If you’re just starting the keto diet, it can be difficult to concentrate. You can’t think straight, you’re forgetful. You don’t have a headache, but it looks like your brain just doesn’t work properly. You’ll probably suffer from brain fog. Brain fog is part of keto flu, although not everyone suffers from it. Causes of brain fog There are multiple ...

Prepping is preparation. There are four reasons why prepping can be a good idea: little time during the week to cook (meal prepping) special offer and you want to save the product for later it reduces food waste and saves you money you want to stock up 1. Meal prepping Meal prepping is very useful for when you have little ...