Ketogenic Diet : No Sugar No Starch Diet To Turn Your Fat Into Energy In 7 Days (Bonus : 50 Easy Recipes To Jump Start Your Fat & Low Carb Weight Loss Today) by Samantha Michaels - Read Online
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Diet, by definition, is the type of food consumed in a certain period. It can be as simple as an average daily meal. It can also be part of a treatment program for medical conditions. The ketogenic diet has long been used in the treatment of epilepsy in children. Recent findings showed that it has other benefits aside from controlling seizures. Since its introduction in the 1920s, the ketogenic diet remains controversial until today. How can seizures and other neurological disorders be controlled with a simple diet? The exact mechanism may not be known but the results of years of research are staggering. Several other benefits are also found with the ketogenic diet. One of which is for weight loss. Burn fat by eating more fat is what they say. That is the running version of weight loss programs that incorporate a ketogenic diet. In this book, Ketogenic Diet: No Sugar No Starch Diet To Turn Your Fat Into Energy In 7 Days (Bonus : 50 Easy Recipes To Jump Start Your Fat & Low Carb Weight Loss Today),learn more about ketogenic diet today. Read about its original purpose and the many other benefits that has stemmed from the many research done on ketogenic diet.
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Introduction

Diet, by definition, is the type of food consumed in a certain period. It can be as simple as an average daily meal. It can also be part of a treatment program for medical conditions. The ketogenic diet has long been used in the treatment of epilepsy in children. Recent findings showed that it has other benefits aside from controlling seizures.

Since its introduction in the 1920s, the ketogenic diet remains controversial until today. How can seizures and other neurological disorders be controlled with a simple diet? The exact mechanism may not be known but the results of years of research are staggering.

Several other benefits are also found with the ketogenic diet. One of which is for weight loss. Burn fat by eating more fat is what they say. That is the running version of weight loss programs that incorporate a ketogenic diet.

Learn more about ketogenic diet today. Read about its original purpose and the many other benefits that has stemmed from the many research done on ketogenic diet.

Chapter 1 What is Ketogenic Diet?

Diet of adequate protein intake, high in fat and low carbohydrate consumption is a ketogenic diet. It has been primarily formulated as a special diet aimed at controlling epilepsy symptoms in children. Daily meals under this diet provide proteins in amounts just enough to allow growth and repair. The calories are calculated and provided in sufficient amounts that supports the maintenance of the proper weight require for the child’s weight and height.

History

The ketogenic diet was first introduced in 1924 at the Mayo clinic. Dr. Russel Wilder found that by putting epileptic patients on a fast, the symptoms became less frequent. The classic diet incorporates a fat to combination of protein and carbohydrates ratio of 4:1. A; high-carbohydrate food sources are eliminated from the diet. These high carbohydrate foods are starchy vegetables, fruits, grains, pasta and sugar.

The popularity of this diet as a means of controlling epilepsy decreased in succeeding decades with the advent of anticonvulsant drugs. Most patients and health care givers found it easier to administer pills than to adhere to the strict ketogenic diet. However, there are still a few who offered and used the diet as a treatment option, like at the Johns Hopkins Medical and a few other medical centers.

In the mid-1990s, there was a resurfacing in the interest on the ketogenic diet as a management option for epilepsy. Film producer Jim Abrahams had a 2-year old son who suffered from a seizure disorder. The child underwent treatment, which included the ketogenic diet. The seizures were successfully controlled after adhering to this diet. Because of the success, the family founded The