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Dawn Martenz is the mother of a child on the Ketogenic diet. She ended up at the Children's National Medical Center in DC after she went through tireless trials of different combinations of Anti-Epileptic Drugs. Her child lives with Dravet's, a severe myoclonic epilepsy found in infancy.
I just got this and have already read through it once. I have a family member on this special eating plans, so I needed ideas on food preparation. This works.Published 4 days ago by Kar-Bear
All recipes require you to know your macros and convert every recipe. Unless you are a dietician this is quite useless. Read morePublished 6 months ago by SF
Ketogenic diets were very commonly used in the 1920s for epilepsy. Now, even at Yale hospital, the pediatricians are returning to ketogenic diets. Read morePublished 6 months ago by norman sudduth
First, this book does measure in grams. If you understand who this book was created for, it is fine. This book contains great Keto recipes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tifiny Briner
How can this book be recommending canola and corn oil as better frying oils than coconut oil. I stopped reading after seeing this. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lee David Etherington