Diagnosed With Any of These 6 Health Conditions? Going Keto May Help You

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Dieting plays an essential role in our overall health. In fact, the foods we put on our plates can either improve our health or destroy it. Some diets such as the ketogenic diet can even benefit certain health conditions, studies suggest.

This diet is based on a low-carb intake, a higher fat intake, and moderate amounts of protein. It is quite similar to another diet called Atkins. Most people, especially Americans, go keto due to the diet’s well-known benefits of losing weight fast.

However, the ketogenic diet is actually able to do so much more. From epilepsy to certain types of cancers, the ketogenic diet can ease your health condition in several ways.

That being said, let’s discover the health conditions that can benefit from going keto.

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