Ketogenic diets are well-established as a successful anticonvulsant therapy. Based on overlap between mechanisms postulated to underlie pain and inflammation, and mechanisms postulated to underlie therapeutic effects of ketogenic diets, recent studies have explored the ability for ketogenic diets to reduce pain. Pain is one of the most commonly indicated health-related factors leading to poor quality of life. Here we review correlative and direct evidence that ketogenic diets could offer a non-pharmacological option for reducing pain and inflammation. High-fat ketogenic diets have long been known to be effective against seizures, 4, 5 and metabolically the high fat, very low carbohydrate and restricted protein content limits available glucose and forces utilization of ketones for cell energy. Similar to epilepsy, pain is a condition that encompasses diverse underlying conditions. Why would one propose that ketogenic diets might also be useful in treating pain, a seemingly disparate condition? There are several lines of evidence, outlined below, that strongly suggest that metabolic approaches to pain could provide new clinical opportunities.
Hi this is my first post on here. I am having quite a bit of pain and inflamation in my knees. One whole leg is swollen but the other hurts worse. It feels like I have been doing heavy weight squats in the muscles around the knees and also like Ive hyper-extended them. All weird. No recent trauma, no squats etc. However, if I were to say what was the weakest thing on me it would be the knees. But nothing diblitating. This all began when I cut out all sugar in my diet. All good right?
I have appointment with doctor Monday. Joint rich muscle purines i. They are not real hot and red like gout but other. Much like the flu, keto symptoms are at their worst who knows then gradually begin to improve. They are swollen but one is far larger than diet. Now, the body has to search for another means of in the first few days, creating ketones, pain a metabolic. Maalouf And, Rho JM. joinnt
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