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Can You Fine-Tune the Ketogenic Diet?

From epilepsy.com

In this month's issue of Keto News, I'm profiling an article written by our group that was published late last year in Journal of Child Neurology. Although entitled, "Dietary and medication adjustments to improve seizure control in patients treated with the ketogenic diet," it could be better titled as perhaps…

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over 2 years
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10 Secrets to Living 100+ Years From the Blue Zones

From livestrong.com

There are five places in the world where a long life isn't just desired, it's expected. Called the Blue Zones, these regions host the highest concentrations of centenarians in the world. They are Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California (where a community of Seventh-day Adventists live); Nicoya Peninsula, Costa…

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over 1 year
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Could Extremely Low-Calorie Diets Help Some Illnesses?

From wsj.com

Calorie-restrictive diets are showing promise to potentially treat an array of medical conditions. Scientists have investigated the effect of extremely low-calorie diets on a range of illnesses, from autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis to asthma.

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over 1 year
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The 4 Reasons Why Giving up Alcohol and Coffee Was Worth It

From greatist.com

I haven't had a single drop of alcohol or coffee in exactly 15 months. A couple of my friends on Facebook and Twitter asked me to write about my experience, so here it is in a nutshell. With more than a year of no alcohol and coffee, I did notice…

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about 2 years
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Can epilepsy now be controlled with diet?

From nj.com

Eight-year-old Madeline Mon of Chatham experienced her first seizure shortly after she turned six; a second one would follow two weeks later. After receiving an official diagnosis of epilepsy and being prescribed medication, however, her condition continued to worsen. "Madeline had four tonic-clonic convulsive seizures 1-2 weeks apart followed by…

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over 1 year