Ketogenic diet may boost targeted cancer therapy

A very low carbohydrate, high-fat diet called the ketogenic diet may improve the effectiveness of an emerging class of cancer drugs, according to a study in mice by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine, Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian. In a study published in Nature on July 4, scientists provide a possible explanation for why the […]

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Distinct Circadian Signatures in Liver and Gut Clocks Revealed by Ketogenic Diet

KD induces tissue-specific reprogramming of the circadian clock in liver and gut KD induces an increase in liver BMAL1 chromatin recruitment and amplitude of CCGs KD drives tissue-specific oscillation of PPARα and its target genes Oscillation of βOHB in gut and serum parallels gut-specific cycling of H3 acetylation   The circadian clock orchestrates rhythms in […]

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Continuous Remote Care Model Utilizing Nutritional Ketosis Improves Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factors in Patients with Prediabetes

Prediabetes (preT2D) is a major U.S. public health concern, as over 84 million adults are at greater risk of cardiovascular disease and progression to type 2 diabetes (T2D). Abnormal glucose, BMI, blood pressure, and blood lipids are risk factors for progression to T2D. The purpose of this single-arm prospective longitudinal investigation was to assess change […]

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Dr. Maryanne Demasi – ‘Statin Wars: Have we been misled by the evidence?’

Dr. Maryanne Demasi is a former medical scientist who completed her PhD in Medicine at the University of Adelaide. Her research focused on the pathology of Rheumatoid arthritis and potential therapies. Her innovative research has appeared in several internationally published medical journals. Leaving her lab coat behind, Maryanne accepted a position as a political advisor […]

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Reverse and Prevent Diabetes with Dr. Brian Mowll

Type 2 Diabetes and pre-diabetes is a real threat for emotional eaters. But it can be reversed. Dr. Brian Mowll is the founder and medical director of SweetLife® Diabetes Health Centers. He coaches clients worldwide by showing them how optimize their health and metabolism, control blood sugar, and reverse type 2 diabetes using a natural, […]

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Carbohydrate restriction has a more favorable impact on the metabolic syndrome than a low fat diet

We recently proposed that the biological markers improved by carbohydrate restriction were precisely those that define the metabolic syndrome (MetS), and that the common thread was regulation of insulin as a control element. We specifically tested the idea with a 12-week study comparing two hypocaloric diets (approximately 1,500 kcal): a carbohydrate-restricted diet (CRD) (%carbohydrate:fat:protein = […]

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Beyond weight loss: a review of the therapeutic uses of very-low-carbohydrate (ketogenic) diets

Very-low-carbohydrate diets or ketogenic diets have been in use since the 1920s as a therapy for epilepsy and can, in some cases, completely remove the need for medication. From the 1960s onwards they have become widely known as one of the most common methods for obesity treatment. Recent work over the last decade or so […]

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Why The Keto Diet Will Change Your Life | Mark Sisson on Health Theory

Mark Sisson is a former endurance athlete turned nutrition author and entrepreneur. In 2006, he began his popular health blog, Mark’s Daily Apple, where he’s blogged every day for 12+ years. Mark is the founder of Primal Kitchen Foods and best-selling author of several books including The Primal Blueprint and his most recent hit, The […]

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Walk After Meals Is More Effective for Lowering Postprandial Glycaemia in Type 2 Diabetes

Regular physical activity is a cornerstone of diabetes management. We conducted a study to evaluate whether specifying the timing of walking in relation to meals enhances the benefits conferred by current physical activity guidelines. A total of 41 adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus (mean ± SD age 60 ± 9.9 years; mean diabetes duration 10 years) participated in this randomised, […]

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Diabetes Defeated by Diet

Spending on diabetes drugs in the U.S. reached $53.7 billion last year, more than double what it was in 2013. Roughly 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes. The Fresh Food Farmacy program, being tested by Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, which includes education and free nutritious meals, can lower diabetes treatment costs by 80 percent. […]

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