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The ketogenic diet has long been known and established treatment for epilepsy. Ketosis comes stabilize and enhance the performance of the brain, so that a normal glycolytic metabolism does not allow it. Ketosis increases the ATP / ADP ratio in the brain, in other words, under a ketogenic metabolism there are actually more available energy for your brain to be used, so that the brain is able to function more efficiently, quickly and logically, while another form of metabolism does not allow it. Many people cite anecdotal experiences of “brain fog” as evidence that ketosis actually prevents mental thought, but this is untrue.
This misconception comes from the fact that one has to undergo an induction period in ketosis (approximately 10-30 days) in which the body adapts perfectly to a ketogenic metabolism. It was during this induction period that people experience physical and mental weakness that is often associated with ketosis, but unfortunately, they are often prematurely glycogen replevin and this will stop the state of adaptation. The ketogenic diets in the treatment of epilepsy: clinical Short-term effects 1B. Ketosis Initiates rapid loss of body fat cholesterol and LDL cholesterol if your goal is to get rid of body fat cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, so it is essential to be on a ketogenic diet.