Tag Archive: Ketogenic Diet

The Ketogenic Diet and Cancer: The Myths and Where We Stand in 2018

I wrote my first blog post on the ketogenic diet and cancer just over five years ago: A Ketogenic Diet for Cancer followed by another article four years ago, The Ketogenic Diet and Cancer: Where We Stand. I have been meaning to…
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My Ketogenic Diet Protocol

I bounce in and out of ketosis. Some prosper in perpetual ketosis, like Dominic P. D’Agostino and newborn babies (though if you know Dom, it is rather difficult to have him in the same sentence as newborn babies). Some adamantly refuse…
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Dump Out Your Juices and Do a Real “Cleanse”

Juice Cleanse

Recently, juicing and cleanses are hotter than Hansel from Zoolander. Cleanses have people doing everything from putting coffee beans into their behinds to drinking herbal laxatives and even twelve glasses of lemonade per day.   These cleanses have also been…
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Wine, Weight Loss and Low Carbs

Spanish Ketogenic Diet

Another study came out this week illustrating the powerful health benefits of restricting carbohydrates. While this study was not a randomized trial comparing a low and high-fat diet (we already have dozens of those showing the superiority of a higher-fat…
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Fasting, the Ketogenic Diet and AMP-K: The New Kid on the Block

ketogenic diet

When I was growing up in the 80s, New Kids on the Block were a massive hit. Yet, I never understood why, nor was I interested in their music. With behemoths like Michael Jackson and Milli Vanilli, who had time…
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Ketogenic Diet and Vegetarianism: Can They Coexist?

Ketogenic Diet and Vegetarianism

The interest in the hot, but controversial ketogenic diet has been growing on a daily basis. The diet consists of mostly fat (generally 70% of the diet or more), with generally lesser amounts of protein and a minimal amount of…
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Dr. Champ at IHMC Evening Lecture Series

Watch the video on YouTube.     Augmenting Cancer Therapy with Diet: Have We Found a Sweet Spot?   Dr. Champ was recently invited to present his research on the link between diet and cancer diagnosis and treatment at Florida’s…
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Podcast 75 – Breakfast of Champions

In Episode 75 Roger and Dr. Champ Discuss: Exercise: When less is more Bicycling policy is indirectly associated with being overweight and obese Is Madrid really banning cars in the city center? Are your friends and family helping to spread…
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Podcast 74 – Miles Over Marathons

In Episode 74 Roger and Dr. Champ Discuss: The Ketogenic Diet: where we stand Low fat versus low carb – here we go again… Is the Instant Gratification Monkey causing you to procrastinate? Why a lower weight isn’t always best…
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