Using Technology to Measure for Ketosis

The ketone testing technology for the urine, blood, and breath are definitely interesting and a great direction for measuring for the specific level of ketosis. – Dr. Dominic D’Agostino Keep carbs lowEat more fatTest ketones oftenOverdoing protein is bad At this point in the book, you’ve heard all about what Read more…

What do Major Health Organisations Say About ketosis ?

There is not enough data to prove that ketosis is dangerous. – Stephanie Person If you’ve been exposed to what has been most commonly said about ketosis brought on by a low-carb, high-fat diet, then no doubt you have heard such dastardly-sounding terms as “extreme,” “toxic,” “dangerous,” “life-threatening,” and “unhealthy.” Read more…

The Difference Keto vs Atkins Diet ?

The typical protein levels of the Atkins diet are not ketogenic in our research mice and in fact promotes obesity in them. The Atkins diet is not really ketogenic, at least in mice. – Dr. Charles Mobbs Ketogenic diets are certainly nothing new in nutrition, and we have the late, Read more…

[ Part 3] The 8 Amazing Keto Success Stories

On the clinical and laboratory experimental end, we still do not know whether the demonstrably positive effects of dietary carbohydrate restriction are continuous with ketogenic effects, or even how they relate to calorie restriction. The effectiveness of a low-carbohydrate diet and, especially, the ability of a high-carbohydrate diet to exacerbate Read more…

The 8 Keto Success Stories Part 2

Peggy HollowayOmaha, Nebraska – Age 61  ————————————————————————- Peggy says she is “living proof that a ketogenic diet works” and has seen nearly everyone in her family “reverse health problems” using this nutritional approach. Peggy herself was on the verge of diabetes in 1999 after years of following a low-calorie, low-fat Read more…

The 8 Keto Success Stories Part 1

When you start a ketogenic diet, I recommend writing down your goals and keeping a daily log of your progress. This will help keep you motivated and accountable. The key to success with any change is consistency and persistence. – Dr. Bill Wilson Perhaps you’ve been reading this with an Read more…