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The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low-carbohydrate, and moderate-protein diet that has been proved to be an effective treatment among patients with epileptic conditions such as glucose transporter 1 deficiency, pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency, tuberous sclerosis complex, Rett syndrome, Dravet syndrome, and specific mitochondrial disorders (1, 2). The Keto diet is also associated with successful weight loss and […]Continue reading
Flaxseed, also known as linseed, is in almost every health food store nowadays, and many people swear by it. You have probably already wondered about its benefits and whether you should be including it in your diet. Which is why we’d like to discuss the benefits of flaxseed today. Flaxseed’s growing popularity is well-deserved. It’s a […]Continue reading
What is Acacia? Acacia fiber is a highly soluble fiber which is sourced from the Acacia tree sap. The acacia mostly grows in Africa and some parts of India and Pakistan. The acacia fiber is also referred to as acacia gum or gum arabic. Because of its high soluble-fiber content, acacia fiber is commonly consumed as […]Continue reading
A low-carb ketogenic diet is known to improve your cholesterol levels and can be an incredibly healthy choice. In fact, we published an article before to explain how keto diet can lower your LDL cholesterol and triglycerides levels (1, 2, 3). However, there appears to be a very small number of people who experience increased […]Continue reading
One of the biggest concerns when it comes to following the ketogenic diet is that some people are afraid to try this way of eating simply because they think it can increase their cholesterol and clog their arteries. From the solid scientific studies we will talk about below, a low-carb ketogenic diet is shown to […]Continue reading
For a long time, people stayed away from avocados because of their high fat content. Afterall, fat makes up 77 percent of its total calories, which makes avocados one of the fattiest foods on the planet. Thankfully, recent studies have debunked the myth that fat is bad and avocados are now one of the most […]Continue reading