Fri, 01/13/2012
As in prior years, our January edition of Keto News is devoted to a recap of research from the prior year. In this case, I share my personal top 10 list from 2011, a year which continued to demonstrate that new ideas for providing and maintaining...
Fri, 11/11/2011
Since its introduction in 1921, the ketogenic diet has been used primarily for children with difficult-to-control seizures, often with drops and tonic seizures, and with a generalized epilepsy on EEG. This is essentially what is seen in the...
Sat, 10/15/2011
In the in-press electronic version of Lancet Neurology, Professor Ryvlin and colleagues from the Claude Bernard Universite in Lyon, France, presents a meta-analysis of the impact of anti-epileptic drugs on the prevention of sudden unexplained death...
Sat, 09/10/2011
For as long as it has been available, much of the research into managing children on the ketogenic diet has focused on two important things: 1) how to start it and 2) how to maintain it. Should children be fasted or admitted? Which ratio should be...
Fri, 07/15/2011
In the June 2011 issue of the journal Epilepsia, Drs. Hesdorffer and colleagues from a number of institutions from both the United States and Europe present an analysis of four case-controlled studies from the United States, Sweden, Scotland and...

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