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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 know that many families and especially, moms, will be well served by this book.
That being said, the recipes in The Keto Cookbook are a great way to learn how to cook ketogenic meals at the very highest ratio.
Maybe I didn't look into it enough, but I was expecting more cookbook and less of the other stuff.
Good ideas for cooking on the keto diet. Two challenges are that all recipe measurements are in grams (make sure you have a digital gram scale! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Erin
My daughter is currently on the Keto diet for control of seizures. She was getting tired of the same foods so I decided to get this book and try some of the recipes to give her a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. E. Miller
I gave it 5 stars, simply because it has given my granddaughter a lot more choices for her diet! I would recommend this book to anyone on the Ketogenic diet.Published 4 months ago by Debi
Followed this plan very closely but did not see any benefits, in fact I think it may have messed up my gut a little bit. I would thoroughly research Keto before trying this out.Published 6 months ago by sqbanh
This book is beyond amazing! These recipes are so kid friendly and even I would eat them. I was so sad for my child when reading a keto introduction book because the meals seemed... Read morePublished 6 months ago by anna
I'm so disappointed in this book lots of delicious recipes and I can't make any of them due to everything being Grams . Read morePublished 8 months ago by Toni K. Hancock