Keto, Diet, and Health.
After Joe's diagnosis, we talked to a Naturalpath in the first week.
The first thing he recommended was Keto or at least a low carb clean diet. Sugar feeds cancer and other processed foods take more work for the body to use and/or eliminate if it can keep up at all.
I'm not talking about Lunch Meat and Cheese Keto, I'm talking about wild salmon, mushrooms and Brussel sprouts, Keto.
I have a few extra pounds too and the Keto works really well for me and feels great. On the other hand, Joe's thin and has no appetite so it doesn't work well for him yet. He's doing clean low carb.
I lost a bit of weight right away but more importantly felt an energy return after the first couple of weeks.
The main take away for me is all the Cancer diets have more in common than differences. Removal of sugar, flour, and processed foods. Clean Healthy choices.
Real food! I have a friend that called a lot of food, Food Like Substances, and this is true. The body does well with what we evolved or trained it to eat. But if you have spent decades teaching your body to use carbs, it takes time and patience to retrain it, grow the proper enzymes, etc.
Understanding how your body fuels, cleans and restores its self is really pretty fascinating.
There is no doubt I too can use a cleaner diet, more energy, and better mood!
We are what we eat.