The ketogenic diet is not without controversy. But for cancer patients, it can be a promising starting point to as a means to control cancer’s growth. Dr. Thomas N. Seyfried, PhD, Professor of Biology at Boston College, has this to say: “Cancer is the only disease I know where you’re poisoning and irradiating people to make them healthy. It makes absolutely no sense. Why are you subjecting patients to all this toxicity when you don’t have to do it? You can get the same results by reducing glucose and glutamine, but without the toxicity of chemo and radiation.”
Keto: The Diet That Starves Cancer
When the body is in a state of ketosis, healthy cells, which can survive on ketone bodies and fatty acids, continue to function normally while tumors may shrink or even disappear. Science has shown that glioblastoma responds especially well to a ketogenic diet.
>>Learn more in this must-read article: The Diet That Starves Cancer