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Doctors Don’t Like This Diet Because it Kills Cancer, Treats Depression, Migraines, and Autism

laambo                                                                                                                                                                                                                            This specific diet is not like the usual diets we turn to when we want to lose weight. This diet is not appreciated among the doctors because it can kill cancer, treat depression, migraines and autism.

Mounting research suggests nutritional ketosis is the answer to a long list of health problems, starting with obesity. A ketogenic diet is one that shifts your body’s metabolic engine from burning carbohydrates to burning fats. A ketogenic diet requires that 50 to 70 percent of your food intake come from beneficial fats, such as coconut oil, grass-pastured butter, organic pastured eggs, avocado, and raw nuts such as pecans and macadamia nuts. The carbs are very very minimal so your body burns fat for energy. That means there is little sugar in your system blocking the body from utilizing fat in favor of burning sugar.

Health Benefits of a Ketogenic Diet

  1. Leads to Weight Loss

On a ketogenic diet, dietary carbohydrates are kept very low, protein is moderate and fat consumption is increased, gently encouraging our body to remember how to rely on fat as a primary fuel and to produce ketones from stored body fat.

  1. Fights Cancer

Sugar essentially feeds tumors and encourages cancer growth. This is why a diet that gets rid of sugar and other carbohydrates can be effective in preventing or fighting cancer. The regular cells found in our bodies are able to use fat for energy, but cancer cells cannot metabolically shift to use fat

  1. Protects your brain

The low-carb, high-fat way of eating has also been linked to helping with other neurological disorders. Research published in Behavioral Pharmacology found ketogenic diets may be effective for minimizing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. In one study, Parkinson’s patients who followed a 4-to-1 ketogenic diet experienced, on average, a 43 percent improvement in their symptoms after one month.

  1. Studies also support the benefits of a ketegonic diet for autism.

Research found that a majority of autistic children showed improvement after following a cyclical ketogenic diet for six months.

 

Source: http://www.healthylifebyte.com/

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