I’ve previously posted on the Ketogenic Diet and cancer.
Dr Reinwald’s talk was especially interesting to Peter and me because it concerned a variant of the ketogenic diet we had never come across before – the Hyperketogenic Diet.
In the “normal” ketogenic diet, in order to get the body to produce ketones, there are strict ratios between the intake of carbs, protein and fats: 75%-80% is fats and oils, 15-20% protein and 5% green, leafy vegetables. 0% sugars.
The hyperketogenic diet goes even further: 90% fat, 8% protein, 2% carbohydrates.