Cancer doesn’t wait…so why should you? Keto for Cancer – How to Use the Ketogenic Diet and Fasting to Fight and Prevent CancerUncategorized - January 31, 2020 admin 0 comments
Carbohydrates aren’t bad. Many diets avoid them, but only because
carbohydrates don’t often aide in the burning of fat cells. Carbohydrates
provide the body with an energy source. If there is no energy for the body to
live off, it will not function properly. A ketogenic diet aims to give the body a
source of energy other than carbohydrates in the hopes that more fat will be
When the body is in ketosis, there are less carbohydrates present, less sugar.
The goal of ketosis is to get the body to use a different source of energy that
doesn’t require carbohydrates. Lower levels of carbohydrate intake allow for
less glucose in the body which can help to avoid creating more fat cells. A
ketogenic diet chooses to eliminate carbohydrates completely in order to
force the body to find a different source of energy. Instead of just limiting
where the body gets its fuel, the body in ketosis forces the body’s metabolism
to completely shift its energy source. Cancer doesn’t wait…so why should you?