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This Ketogenic Diet Reverses Diabetes And Starves Cancer

You may think that diet rich in fats is bad for human’s health. However, in today’s article, we are going to prove the contrary. In fact, healthy fats can save your life because they can improve your cardiovascular health. 

http://www.mrlifehacks.com/ketogenic-diet-reverses-diabetes-starves-cancer/

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Gail

I would like to hear more about this! My liver suffers from a genetic condition which leads to increased chloresterol, both good and bad types. My mom had it as well and was scared to touch avocados. I have always puzzled over that since avocados have a vegetable fat rather than an animal one. But this article is saying that even eggs and butter can be tolerated.

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rudywoofs (Pam)

beware of article sources, such as naturalcuresandhomemaderemedies.com (which is the source for the article in the 2nd article).  Those types of websites aren't usually scientifically accurate.

In the above 2nd article, it talks about Dr. Fred Hatfield and how he "beat cancer" by using the ketogenic diet.  What the article *doesn't* state, is that Fred Hatfield died — of heart disease.

Just be careful if you're thinking of doing a fad diet...

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The Wanderer
22 hours ago, phkrause said:

Ketogenic Diets: No Carbs Means Weight Loss... But No Fun!

http://dietanalytics.com/articles/ketogenic-diets-no-carbs-and-no-fun.html

anything that says "no carbs" should immediately be suspect. There are certain serious side effects from same (or any similar diet) which can cause serious heart problems.

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Risks and Benefits of the Keto Diet Everyone Should Know

Research and anecdotal evidence show the ketogenic diet can help the body and the mind, but the diet fad isn’t without its downsides. Dive into the buzzed-about diet here.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/diet-nutrition/ketogenic-diet/what-are-benefits-risks-keto-diet/?

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Guest of Adam

Ellen White gives great advice in Counsels on Diet and Food. https://m.egwwritings.org/en/book/384.2847

Vegetarian diets are best overall: whole plant foods. No animal flesh, no oils, no salt, no refined carbs. Just plain whole foods that grow from plants. God is the Good Gardner and the Master Chef. 

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