I’ve decided to reduce and stop the Statins and Beta blocker since I recognised that I was getting short term memory problems I’ve reduced both to half for now and i’ll take it up with the Dr Next week when we discuss the results of today’s blood tests.
I’m not sure if he has asked for a B12 test or not but Kidney, Lipids and Liver have been ordered. I don’t eat any grains, fruit, starchy vegetables, or anything with added sugars. I eat salad and green vetables, nuts in moderationmeats, eggs, cheese, butter, cream.
Look up Bernstein diabetes university on utube. From the descriptions of the diet I see that individuals lose this amount of weight in 2 months, on average. Why do not slow down the process and lose the weight more slowly?
Are there any problems with getting in and out of deep ketosis compared to staying in it for a long time? Is the reason more commercial or there is some objective physiological justification for such a schedule in Pronokal?
Read More I eat a very low carb, moderate protein, high fat dietalso known as the Ketogenic Diet. Daily, I eat 20g carbs MAX approximately. I have about g protein, and g fat based on how hungry I feel that day. I might eat 5 slices of bacon Typically, a fried egg or two, half an avocado with some salsa, sour cream and shredded cheddar cheese, some roasted chicken thighs with skin on, with some steamed or roasted veggies tossed in butter and seasoned.december i decided to try a ketogenic died to cut down my body fat
Read More just this past. Omega 3s are essential for normal brain functioning because they are our primary source of DHA docosahexaenoic acidthe most abundant omega 3 fatty acid found in the cell membranes of brain cells.
Read More She’s my oldest child and I didn’t recognize this behavior wasn’t normal, and now I’m second guessing everything I’ve ever done as a parent. She is on a ketogenic diet to help with the Lyme, so she gets low carbs, no sugar or processed foods, no dyed foods, no grains.
I have called her pediatrician and scheduled an appointment to evaluate her, but thought I would ask as well here, because it’ll be two weeks before they can see her. Thoughts, insights?