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Ketogenic Diet and Brain injuries

The ketogenic diet, known for its low-carb, high-fat approach, offers promising potential for brain injury recovery. It induces ketosis, potentially aiding in faster brain recovery by improving glucose metabolism and reducing inflammation and oxidative stress. This diet, along with ketone supplementation, could be a key strategy in managing the long-term effects of brain injuries.

Ketogenic Diet and Polycystic ovary syndrome

Exploring the potential of the ketogenic diet in managing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a condition affecting millions of women worldwide. By focusing on low-carb, high-fat foods, this diet aims to regulate insulin levels, reduce symptoms, and restore hormonal balance. Dive into the science behind how nutritional ketosis might offer a new hope for those battling PCOS.

Ketogenic Diet and Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson's disease (PD) affects 1% of people over 60 years of age, causing progressive neurological decline. While its exact causes remain elusive, the ketogenic diet, which induces nutritional ketosis, is emerging as a promising intervention. By restricting carbohydrates to use ketones as energy, this diet may help stabilise blood sugar levels, reduce insulin resistance and improve both cognitive and motor function in PD patients, offering hope for managing the challenging symptoms of the disease.

The low FODMAP diet – what to eat, what to avoid, menus and sample recipes

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In this article, we introduce the concept of the low FODMAP diet, explain which products belong to the FODMAP group, present the symptoms of their intolerance and discuss how this diet can help alleviate symptoms and improve the quality of life of people with intestinal complaints. In addition, we compare the low FODMAP diet with the ketogenic diet, highlighting the differences and potential benefits of combining the two

LCHF versus ketogenic diets – find out the differences

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Low-carbohydrate diets have been gaining popularity recently. Their advantages include not only their high effectiveness in weight loss, but also an overall improvement in body condition. In this article, you will find out what LCHF looks like in practice, how it differs from the ketogenic diet and the benefits of both diets

What can you drink on keto? Drinks recommended on a ketogenic diet

Keto Friendly Drinks
When following a ketogenic diet, you should not exceed the recommended carbohydrate intake of 20-30g per day. Importantly, the restriction also applies to the drinks consumed. In this article you will learn what, apart from water, you can drink on a ketogenic diet, what to consider when choosing drinks and which drinks may have hidden carbohydrates.

What types of nuts to eat on a ketogenic diet?

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Nuts are an excellent source of healthy fats, ideal on a ketogenic diet, as long as eaten in moderation. Rich in vitamins and minerals, they support the heart and nervous system. Due to their high fat content, they are ideal for those on keto, although be careful with the amount. Check out which nuts are recommended on keto and which are better avoided to keep your diet in check.
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