Mon, 09/15/2008
In 2004, an adorable young girl named Grace brightened the floors of Johns Hopkins Hospital when I had the pleasure to start her on the ketogenic diet. She likely had myoclonic-astatic epilepsy (Doose syndrome) and within days was a "super-responder...
Fri, 08/15/2008
In 2008, dietary therapies in the treatment of children with epilepsy are at an all-time high in both research and clinical use. This became very clear to all those in attendance at the International Ketogenic Diet Conference in Phoenix in April of...
Tue, 07/15/2008
One of the most frequent comments that I received after writing the January 2007 epilepsy.com Keto News article listing international sites that offer the ketogenic diet was, "What about the United States!?!??" Of course, there are just as many, if...
Sun, 06/15/2008
As many readers of Keto News may have heard from other media sources, a potentially very influential publication written by Dr. Liz Neal and her colleagues at the UCL- Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital, in London, England,...
Sun, 06/15/2008
Editor’s Note: I asked Beth Zupec-Kania to write about her recent experiences starting the diet in the Middle East. Although Israel (and one center in Saudi Arabia) have been using the ketogenic diet for many years, other regions have not been....

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