In this episode, discover how Miriam offers hope to cancer patients with the Ketogenic diet, and learn the potential Keto diet offers to bring quality of life to cancer patients and their families. Also, learn about the challenges of the conventional cancer community and why they resist Keto and other nutritional therapies.
Miriam discusses the genetic and metabolic aspects of cancer. Plenty of evidence suggests there is a metabolic component to consider beyond genetic causes. Miriam recommends we look at the underlying cause, which is something that has gone wrong at the cellular level. Often this is an accumulation factor, which is why cancer is often seen in older people. Unhealthy eating also promotes inflammation, which creates a perfect environment for cancer and other diseases to progress.
Miriam Kalamian is a nutrition consultant, educator, and author specializing in the implementation of ketogenic therapies. Her new book Keto for Cancer is a manual for anyone interested in implementing the ketogenic diet, and is described by Thomas Seyfried as 'an essential resource for any cancer patient, caregiver or oncologist'.