The Complete Book of Ketones:
A Practical Guide to Ketogenic Diets and Ketone Supplements
What are ketones, how to ketones work?
Ketones in Evolution and history of ketone research through eyes of pioneers and rising stars.
Step-by-step guide to planning low carb and ketogenic meals.
Maggie’s Recipe for Life
by Maggie Beers and Professor Ralph Martins
Celebrity chef Maggie Beers joins with Professor Ralph Martins, Alzheimer’s Researcher, to share their recipe for a lifestyle change to eating healthier foods that could stave off dementia and other chronic diseases. Beautifully photographed and an award winner in Australia.
Ketogenic Diet and Metabolic Therapies
Edited by Dr. Susan Masino
Ketone and ketogenic diet researchers provide the well-documented details of the history of the ketogenic diet and growing body of research in this field.
Lies My Doctor Told Me
by Ken Berry, M.D.
A doctor, disillusioned with so-so results and adverse effects from pharmaceuticals, turns to nutrition to help himself and his patients. In his search for the truth, he learns that many long-held beliefs by physicians are simply false and may do more harm than good for their patients.
Doctors receive minimal instruction in nutrition, usually a hand full of hours. Doctor take the Hippocratic Oath when they graduate but ignore the fundamental principle espoused by Hippocrates–let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
Cancer as a Metabolic Disease
by Dr. Thomas Seyfried
Warburg discovered in the 1930’s that cancer cells do not metabolize glucose normally. Three quarters of a century later, a career cancer and epilepsy genetics researcher explains why Warburg was right and why a metabolic approach is fundamental to treating cancer either alone or in combination with standard treatments.
Keto for Cancer
by Miriam Kalamian
Cancer cells love sugar but most cannot use ketones for fuel. On a strict ketogenic diet, cancer cells are starved, but normal cells can use ketones as fuel. Miriam Kalamian shares her expertise as a nutritionist skilled in counseling on the ketogenic diet for cancer.
Survival of the Fattest
by Dr. Stephen Cunnane
Human babies are born fatter and more dependent than the offspring of most other mammals. Dr. Cunnane explains the role of this fat in evolution as a source of ketones as fuel for the large, energy-hungry human brain.
The Hungry Brain
by Dr. Stephen Guyenet
Nutrition researcher Dr. Guyenet explores the exponential growth of added sugar consumption and the havoc it wreaks in today’s world with growing numbers of people with obesity, diabetes and other chronic diseases.
The Big Fat Surprise
by Nina Teicholz
Nutrition scientist Nina Teicholtz spent ten years researching and analyzing the weak and otherwise flawed studies that led to and have perpetuated the flawed “lipid-heart” hypothesis that resulted in the low fat and low saturated fat guidelines from the American Heart Association and USDA. Since these recommendations were instituted Americans, adults and even preschoolers, have steadily become more obese and diseases like diabetes and dementia have escalated.