A ketogenic diet with moderate protein was the key

Could you be better off reducing your vegetable intake – or just skip it all together? And could a keto diet be the answer to improving Alzheimer’s disease and mood disorders?

This is an interesting interview with psychiatrist Dr. Georgia Ede who will give you an answer to all these questions.

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A Ketogenic Diet with Fewer Vegetables – Dr. Georgia Ede

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  1. gbl
    Becoming more strict, with the failure of each diet finally, to the exclusion of all but protein. This is not something to be modeled to us. This is a mental illness, and you affect your credibility by proposing we take this woman seriously. Also those around her, her friends and family, her colleagues, have an obligation to encourage her to seek treatment, not pander to her destructive impulses, and worse still, make money off her DSM IV eating disorder.
  2. Tero
    Great interview! Thank you!
  3. Andrea
    Lower protein diets have been shown to improve health and increase lifespan. Other studies show that increasing protein can do the same. I think the key is quality protein. Ie, not using soy or legumes as a major source of protein. I also think pastured/grass-fed meat and eggs are part of the equation too.
  4. Wendy
    Good interview.
    Some cultures eat only meat and fat and have all the health benefits of a Ketogenic diet...

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