A new research review argues the health risks of a keto diet outweigh the benefits for most people.
Keto diet questions
Originally developed a century ago as a treatment for pediatric epilepsy, the diet has become popular in recent years, but the long-term health effects of ketogenic dieting are controversial. Many nutritionists argue the diets are fundamentally unhealthy and a new review goes so far as calling the keto diet “a disease-causing disaster".
A comprehensive new study, led by scientists from UC San Francisco, is offering robust new insights into the way a ketogenic diet can influence the microbiome.
New research from Yale University is suggesting the popular ketogenic diet may be only beneficial in short doses.
New research suggests a keto diet helps protect against infection from the influenza virus in mice, but experts warn these results may not transfer to humans.
A new study suggests a low-protein/high-carb diet can promote healthy aging and improve brain health, perhaps even slowing the onset of dementia.
Theresearch throws a bomb into the popular low-carb diet movement, suggesting diets both low and high in carbohydrates can be associated with a higher risk of early mortality.
A fascinating study has found that the ketogenic diet may improve the efficacy of a new class of cancer drug that has been showing disappointing results in early clinical trials.
Impressive research out of UCLA has uncovered the connection between gut bacteria and seizures.