Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy

Ketogenic Diet
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A diet high in fat and low in carbohydrates can be helpful for people who have seizures. Monica Gonzalez, Epilepsy Advocate at Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, says the Nicholas Children’s Hospital’s has a keto clinic, but ketogenic diet is a diet that is very restrictive and hard to stick to.

“If there’s definitely a metabolic dysfunction that’s the cause of your seizures, then that may favor that, because you’re producing what are called ketones as a product of fat metabolism. So, if you don’t give your body glucose your body has a way to make glucose and it makes glucose converting fat to glucose which is why it’s a popular weight loss diet but it is very difficult to sustain, even if you are trying to just simply lose weight,” explains Dr. Manuel Torres, Family Medicine Physician with Baptist Health Primary Care.


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6 thoughts on “Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy”

  1. I wish there was more resources on the keto diet. It's really not this hard. This is discouraging. The medications are way harder in my opinion

  2. I struggled with the keto diet too much, I just felt exhausted. We are supposed to enjoy the food we eat and with the keto diet that's close to impossible. That's why I tried the Agogo diet and it works great.

  3. Only the Agoge diet works for me, I lost so much fat and feel great. Keto just made me tired.

  4. Only the Agoge diet works for me, I lost so much fat and feel great. Keto just made me tired.

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

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