I think for you and me, we’re like oh, this is everywhere, everyone knows, because we’re going to the conferences where Steven Cunane talks and Dale Bredesen talks and Dom D’Agostino and all these people, like we’re preaching to the choir. Alzheimer’s disease: The amyloid hypothesis and the Inverse Warburg effect. I think that the ketogenic diet and combined with other lifestyle things that help reduce glucose and insulin or improve insulin sensitivity, whether that’s exercise or fasting and all this stuff, to whatever extent we can potentially not just halt the disease or slow it down, but actually reverse some of the damage, that, I think, requires a fundamental big change in diet and lifestyle. When the famine came, our bodies would then utilize the deposited fat. Soccer is another one. I know you’re a veteran. A person can be in ketosis and maintain a steady weight, a person can even gain weight on a ketogenic diet if they consume excess calories. Same thing in your computer up here. They lose legs. Email is: care hvmn.
Can you be ketogenic as a vegan? It’s different with diabetes where nobody questions well, of course your diet affects diabetes. Similar to exercise, the introduction of a Western diet and associated obesity to a country correlates with an increased incidence of AD in that country [ 5 ], while adherence to a Mediterranean diet is associated with a reduced risk of AD and mild cognitive impairment MCI [ 6 ]. Research also supports a strong connection between AD and T2DM rooted in cellular metabolic inflexibility , , . I understand why it’s really hard to do the diet in the studies. Obviously, you saw your personal body composition improve. I’m speaking at an event in North Carolina in September, but I’m thinking about a second book about men’s health because there is, again, chronically high insulin is a driver of prostate enlargement, erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, all of these issues that men deal with that nobody’s talking about insulin as the problem, so I may be doing that in the next year or so.
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Likewise, the patient achieved statistically a lot of that looked at in the first place. I didn’t even really have.