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…

The Role of Intermittent Fasting in Ketosis – Part 3

The initial stages of adopting a ketogenic approach can sometimes lead to significant sodium loss, which can produce hunger, short-term headaches, temporary fatigue, and weakness due to transitional issues related to fundamental energy substrate changes prior to becoming fully keto-adapted. This is easily remedied by adding more full-spectrum salts to Read more…

Good Evidence of Benefits From Ketosis Part 3

The latest science is showing how ketone bodies provide better focus, less anxiety, and improved overall mental health. – Maria Emmerich That doesn’t really prove that the ketogenic diet does not help bipolar disorder, and there are plenty of anecdotal success stories being reported all across the Internet. More significantly, Read more…