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VideoNovember 13 2017, Amanda ÅkessonWhy having a stable blood sugar is more important than having high ketones
Psychiatrist Dr. Georgia Ede answers questions related to the ketogenic diet mental illness and dementia after her…
NewsJuly 4 2017, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MDNew review of ketogenic diets for psychiatric disorders
Dr. Georgia Ede has written an interesting new review of ketogenic diets for psychiatric disorders: Ketogenic diets have been…
Success storySeptember 8 2015, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD7"You Helped to Change My Life, Thank You!"
Here’s what happened to Sharon after she found LCHF last year. What a change!
Success storyJanuary 29 2015, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD20"This Is the Happiest, Healthiest and Most Energetic I Have Ever Been"
This is fantastic! I got an email from Derek in Australia with a husband and wife success story.
NewsMarch 11 2013, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD19LCHF and Bipolar Disorder
A strict LCHF diet has successfully been used as treatment for epilepsy (particularly in children but also in adults).