Modified Ketogenic Diet for Autoimmune Disease

Do you have or know anyone with an Autoimmune Disease?

Today, almost every chronic illness can be traced back to some immune dysfunction. Right down to the mitochondrial level.

Many times the causes for autoimmunity are multifactorial and complicated.

Nutrition is certainly one key player in both the aetiology and management of autoimmune disease.

Below, after many hours of reading dozens of research papers, I’ve put together a factsheet on a modified ketogenic diet for the treatment of autoimmune disease.

It covers the basics of the diet, its mechanisms and benefits. Unfortunately, there are too many autoimmune diseases and too little money to be made from treating it with diet (vs pharmaceuticals). Hence, there is generally a lack of good studies such as intervention trials.

Nonetheless, the mechanisms of how a ketogenic diet may benefit autoimmunity is sound and convincing in my opinion.

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Additionally, if you’d like the full pdf version of it, I’m selling it for $5!

After payment, fill out the form below with your email and I willl send an email with the pdf attached.

What do you think of it?

Do let me know if it can be improved on!

Stay healthy

P.s. My opinion on eating heaps of fibre and plants is changing now though. Turns out plants don’t want to be eaten and so produce lots of chemicals that trigger immune reactions in us. Just somthing to bear in mind, I’m doing more research on this so… stay tuned!

Disclaimer: This is for education purposes only. Please consult your trusted holistic healthcare professional before making changes to your diet or medications.


2 thoughts on “Modified Ketogenic Diet for Autoimmune Disease

  1. Hi Youngman Wah! You certainly have read enormous text n research papers on these stuff you wrote in this blog. Dad will not understand everything but u are trying n researching on helping young people with autoimmune disorders (AD). Via a modified ketogenic diet. Keep up the good work you are doing n hope that u can do some clinical trials in the future in collaboration with some same minded colleagues or friends. Dad

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