Maybe…we don’t know yet.
Have you noticed references to “keto diet” like there’s only one ketogenic diet? There are many ketogenic diets and some of them are dangerous. When choosing one, at least look for one designed by a registered dietitian or physician.
From a recent scientific article:
•Impaired brain glucose metabolism and amyloid β plaques are associated with Alzheimer’s disease pathology.
•Ketones provide an alternative metabolic precursor to glucose in the brain.
•Ketogenic diets likely reduce amyloid plaques and may reverse their neurotoxicity.
•Modern diets high in carbohydrates may contribute to increasing Alzheimer’s incidence.
•The ketogenic diet (including carbohydrate restriction) might be useful in the management of Alzheimer’s disease.
Source: The ketogenic diet as a potential treatment and prevention strategy for Alzheimer’s disease – ScienceDirect
Steve Parker, M.D.
PS: If you have Conquer Diabetes and Prediabete, you already have the Ketogenic Mediterranean Diet
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