Keto Brain | Claims and Science

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33 thoughts on “Keto Brain | Claims and Science”

  1. being on keto for 5+ years helped my psoriasis tremendously, but never felt any different from the whole brain fog thing and the like. i'm already skinny as hell and even lost 5 pounds while being on it. i'd go back to eating junk food and carbs at an instant if it weren't for my psoriasis.

  2. I disagree with ur conclusion to skip keto diet by suggesting it to be a “fad”, but I agree to put out a warning and disclaimer about its low compliance. The health benefits of sustained nutritional ketosis would likely put ur medical-industrial-complex outta business, if the general public took advice from a ketometer rather than from a mainstream clinician or a dietician! The problem is most people ASSUME they’re in ketosis based on following a prescriptive diet, rather than having a feedback mechanism informing their dietary choices. A sustained blood BHB levels of >2mM for 100 days or longer would reverse a lifetime of just about any socially-induced metabolic disorders, including obesity, diabetes, chronic inflammation, depression/anxiety, etc. Whatever antioxidant benefits ur patients r lead to believe would derive from fruits and vegetables are more than cancelled out by consuming a fraction of the recommended sugar allowance on a standard diet! My honest advice to patients would be to FIRST buy a blood ketone and glucose meter before committing to a keto diet, then calibrate/adjust ur nutrition daily until u consistently reach a molar ratio of glucose/ketone of less than 1.0, or a BHB level >2.0mM. Without a biomarker informing choices, keto diet is nothing but a fad. But if people do it right, then the entire healthcare (sickcare) industry, which is partly to blame for misleading and mixed messaging, would go bankrupt almost overnight! Most modern human diseases are iatrogenic – caused wittingly or unwittingly by the medical-industrial-complex, which includes the pharma and food industry.

  3. It has been 3 years since you claim Keto is a fad that has no science behind it. Do you have an update on this?

  4. From my own experience, do not start the ketogenic diet. It's just so hard on the body and outright dangerous. Listen to your doctors. I tried the Agoge diet and I lost so much of that persistent belly fat.

  5. The Agoge diet works great and you feel great, in contrast to the keto diet. Keto isn't supposed to be adhered to by healthy people and without medical supervision.

  6. I am a healthy young man but I have cognitive problems due to Neurofibromatios Type 1. I have been keto for about a year now and have seen big improvements to my energy levels and cognitive function.

  7. So much more scientific evidence than what is provided here for benefits of a keto diet. Disappointing video.

  8. keto is super sustainable, its ridiculous to claim its not sustainable and its a "fad"….your body has been making ketones since birth, grains are the fad

  9. Lovely video. However, Raphael’s Transfiguration of Christ certainly does not represent prayer and fasting curing seizures! (Not that prayer and fasting cannot cure seizures, but that’s not what is pictured.) How silly.

  10. Keto cured my Mild Cognitive Impairment that I suffered for almost 5 years after 2 concussions. After 3 years on Keto, I have reversed my MCI and I'm in my early 40's and my mind is sharp as a tack. A lot of people my age are forgetting things and misplacing objects, and I'm as keen as I was when I was a teenager. So KETO WORKS!!!

  11. Great video. Science does show it can help the synapses but not a cure for Alzheimer’s. When the brain is “clogged” giving it alternative fuel.

    These are two different things. Was the original pathway actually ketosis? Did you know every human baby is born in a state of ketosis.

    Wilder was one of the many who used keto or carb restriction… even with epilepsy. Look further with the history and the contemporaries of Wilder. There is a lot more.

    MCT can be found as a purchased oil, in butter, buttermilk, and abundant in coconut oil. All saturated fats have some forms of medium chains.

    The ketogenic diet isn’t that hard… if they are fed.

  12. You don't speak like doctor , more like Wikipedia, show your diploma scans on your YT profile

  13. Slightly odd finish to this piece. After nine tenths of the video gives intriguing evidence that a ketogenic diet may well have positive effects on brain health, the speaker concludes that somehow a 'diet rich in diverse fruit and vegetables' is the best bet for such an affect. The first question would be: where is the evidence for that? The second question: why, after clearly demonstrating at least the possibility that a ketogenic diet is effective in this area, does the speaker then just fall back to the tired old high carb model?

  14. I LOVE my brain on ketones! Yeah, the weight loss has been really nice! And the increased energy has also been fabulous! No longer craving carbs and sugar is ALMOST my favorite thing about keto. But my clearer thinking and increased focus is absolutely the BEST part of being on a ketogenic diet!
    Increased mitochondria in my neurons, along with increased BDNF (brain derived neurotrophic factor), along with decreased inflammation in the brain, makes for a fabulous combination!
    BE THE SCIENCE! WOW!

    Oh, I forgot to mention the increased mitochondria that you get in your neurons from being in ketosis! 🙂

    Going keto is a good way to avoid fueling cancer! Cancer feeds on sugar.

    My sister with type 2 diabetes was on the verge of kidney fairlure. She's doing more of a carnivore diet, but has improved her kidneys, and is now off many of her medications!

    Another sister with a traumatic brain inury has gone keto to manage seizures.

    I started keto to support my sister with a TBI, after two of her neurologists suggested she go on keto. I NEVER expected it to feel SO GOOD for ME!

    Fortunately, there are plenty of medical doctors who are also on keto, and put out informational videos and websites to help inform people about this life-changing way of eating!

  15. Butter has short-chained fatty acids. MCT oil is not the only keto oil. Coconut oil, pure avocado oils, olive oils, and all animal fats are keto fats/oils. MCT can be used by non-keto people in any quantity they can digest. The other oils would be minimized for the non-keto people.

    Keto is already used for those with dementia or Alzheimers. But you can do exogenous ketones if the individual does not believe the diet would help.

  16. Atm, I'm kinda doing the keto diet. I'm having around 70% fat, 20% protein, and 10% carbs. I'm still eating fruits, primarily strawberries, and many vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach etc. Should I continue this diet in the long term?

  17. you need to look into how a low-carb diet reduces the amount of glutamate produced by the brain and how high fats increase the amount of gaba by increasing cellular permeability of the blood-brain barrier. Once you understand this mechanism, you'll understand why a ketogenic diet can lead to more mental clarity

  18. I have the apoe3 gene. I wonder if apoe3 works similar or respond similarly to apoe4. I also happen to chronic nerve pain and neuralgia. Tried going Keto but didn’t survive more than a week because of the shakes

  19. Thanks for doing this video. Perfect timing, I was just researching this information and was questioning it all. Thank you for clarifying with this well rounded information.

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