By Marika Sboros
Many doctors and dietitians still do just that. They’ll tell you that ketogenic diets are dangerous. That’s dishing up dogma.
If keto diets really were dangerous, the Maasai in Kenya wouldn’t be around today. Ditto for the Inuit in Canada and the many other traditional communities worldwide that have naturally existed in ketosis.
To my mind, the best keto myth-busters are Prof Stephen Phinney and Prof Jeff Volek. I like to think of them as “keto kings”.
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- Dr Thomas Seyfried on How to Treat and Prevent Cancer with Diet, Supplements & Lifestyle
- Dr Jason Fung on Controlling Sugar, Beating Diabetes, & Losing Weight on a Keto Diet
- Prof Eric Westman on Solving Obesity and Metabolic Disease – The Simplest, Most Effective Methods
- Prof Richard Feinman on A Deep Dive into Metabolism, Energy, Phosphorylation, and Thermodynamics
- Dr Mike Nelson on Should You Eat Carbs at All? How to Build Better Metabolic Flexibility
- Ivor Cummins (aka the Fat Emperor) on Preventing Heart Disease through Diet, Lifestyle, and Diagnostic Testing
- Marty Kendall on More Important than Ketones – How to Optimise Your Health and Energy
- Dave Asprey (aka the Bulletproof Executive) on Major Keto Pitfalls, Inflammation, & Supplements for Mental Performance.