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Diets in Review Question

What is with this list of alleged "cons?"

Jon W asked this question Mar 20th, 2012 1:37 am

What is with this list of alleged "cons?" If you do some research on the topic, you will find that the -science- shows this list to largely be false.

It is not hard on the liver or kidneys. It practically cures fatty liver disease, for one.
Is a very viable solution to long-term weight loss.
Fatigue phase can range from nonexistant to a week.
Cholesterol and triglyceride profiles nearly ALWAYS greatly improve.
Lacks vitamins and minerals? Take a vitamin and eat your vegetables.

This biased review has no supportive evidence.

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Miqui B.

started kenogenic when I diswcovered that glucose is cancer's only food. within ten days, my liver function was much improved and tumor markers had dropped 10.5 pts. Have my husband's and oncologist's full support.


posted on Apr 4th, 2014 1:40 am