A ketogenic diet is high in healthy fats, moderate in protein and extremely low in carbohydrates. As carbs are reduced and fats increased, the body enters a metabolic state called ketosis. Then the body starts turning fats into ketones, which supply energy to the brain. After a few days or weeks on Keto, the body begins burning fat and ketones.
By focusing on eating healthy fats, adequate protein and restricting carbs (sugars), the body enters a state of Ketosis. This means your body produces ketones from fats, and uses them for energy instead of carbs.
The following major hospitals have implemented the ketogenic diet for some patients due to the many documented health benefits.
· Seattle Children’s Hospital
· Boston Children’s Hospital
· The Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center
· Shriners Hospital For Children-Honolulu
· Children’s Hospital of Orange County
· Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
· Great Ormond Street Hospital (UK)
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