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The keto diet is subject to conflicting opinions among medical and healthcare experts. On one hand, many experts believe that this diet allows the body to produce ketones and use them as an alternative source of energy. These ketones are believed to be very good for health and can provide the body with long lasting energy and great nutritional value. The supporters

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Dr. Stephen Phinney, MD, PhD, DSc, is a physician-scientist and

Dr. Stephen Phinney on Nutritional Ketosis and Ketogenic Diets (Part 1)

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