Alison’s therapeutic ketogenic diet is adjunct support to prevent, manage, or conquer cancer.

Here are just a few things it can do for you:

  • anti-angiogenic – thru reduction of IGF-1 pathway and AKT signaling (Dr. Thomas Seyfried)
  • pro-apoptotic, promotes autophagy- stimulates cancer cells to die a natural cell death (Dr. Thomas Seyfried)
  • anti-inflammatory thru NFKb signaling (NF Kappa Beta) (Dr. Thomas Seyfried)
  • up-regulate AMPK to upregulate insulin, stimulate gylcolysis, fatty acid oxidation and mitochondria building/repair while inhibiting anabolic pathways (source)
  • inhibition of MROR which has been implicated in the pathogenesis of insulin resistance and many types of cancer  (source)
  • increases cellular signaling – NFKb – NF Kappa Beta – (Dr. Thomas Seyfried)
  • reversal of cancer growth (American Nutrition Association)
  • combats high levels of oxidative stress (American Nutrition Association)
  • hyperacetlyation and stabilization of p53 tumor suppressor which can repair DNA and mitochondrial damage (American Nutrition Association)
  • lowers pro-inflammatory cytokines (hyperinflammation related to almost all diseases including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, ALS, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s  (American Nutrition Association)
  • reduces oxidative stress  (American Nutrition Association)
  • creates a metabolic “chokehold” on cancer cells (American Nutrition Association)
  • lowers glutamine intake via protein restriction, as glutamine can drive cancer cell growth (glutamate excitotoxicity )(American Nutrition Association) – can assist with many diseases and migraines
  • lowers methionine intake via protein restriction
  • lowers arginine intake via protein restriction
  • 95% of cancers are not inherited, but driven by glycolytic pathways
  • inhibits MTOR
  • lowers blood glucose, lowers insulin, lowers insulin resistance
  • Activation of ATP-sensitive potassium channels by mitochondrial metabolism
  • improved mitochondrial function by reduction of reactive oxygen species (ROS) – (source) which is also implicated in neurological disorders including: Alzheimer’s, MS, Parkinson’s, ALS
  • blocks NLRP3 inflammasone (blocks inflammation)
  • Inhibition of the mammalian target of rapamycin pathway  – lowering depression (source)
  • anti-seizure by reduced glutamic excitatory synaptic transmission (source)
  • can prevent and repair mechanisms for Alzheimer’s (source)
  • can assist reversing root causes (insulin resistance) of PCOS, hypertension, gout, erectile disfunction, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, fatty liver (American Nutrition Association)
  • suppresses COX-2 pathway, reducing inflammation (source) (like a COX inhibitor without the side effects)
  • inhibits mTOR cellular signaling to maintain/create intestinal homeostasis (source)

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