Keto diet not effective in stopping cancer, unlike earlier believed

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10 thoughts on “Keto diet not effective in stopping cancer, unlike earlier believed”

  1. You don't make sense. You contradict your title and go off onto other experiments

  2. I did not see a link to this report regarding cancer and the ketogenic diet. A contradicts a lot of research done thus far and I'd like to see it.

  3. I'm very confused why you went from keto and cancer to self-control studies in birds.

  4. Eating a huge amount of protein is unsustainable for both the human body and the environment. Intermittent fasting and eating a mostly plant-based (vegetarian) diet is the best for long term health. Āyurveda has always encouraged both, along with regular consumption of ghee and coconut oil for brain and nervous system health. Eat simple, local, seasonal, fresh food like your grandma told you to do, and you will be in good health 🙏🏻

  5. In Baton Rouge. I would like to see more videos like this one. I particular like its clear references

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