The incidence of Parkinson’s disease is surging. This lets us know that while there may be genetic issues involved, environmental issues are front and center. We can live a life that will reduce our risk for Parkinson’s. And for those affected by the disease, there’s so much more to do to complement the medications that clearly help manage symptoms.
Parkinson’s Disease Blog Posts
October 22, 2020
Can A Ketogenic Diet Treat Mental Disorders?
October 13, 2020
How A Keto Program Helps Parkinson’s Disease
January 24, 2019
Green Tea Offsets Worsening Human Diet
October 9, 2018
You Can Reduce Your Risk for Parkinson’s Disease!
August 14, 2018
5 Benefits of a Ketogenic Diet – Weight Loss & Beyond
Parkinson’s Disease Videos
The Empowering Neurologist
The Empowering Neurologist – David Perlmutter, M.D., and Dr. George Tetz
Ketosis Increases Antioxidant Activity
Parkinson’s Disease Frequently Asked Questions
Does a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease preclude the use of fats?
Actually, dietary fat is more important for Parkinson's than almost anything else. This study which provided an extremely high-fat diet to Parkinson's patients, showed that it dramatically improved their functionality.
Parkinson’s Disease Science
Medicine • August 28, 2020
Journal of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society • October 28, 2019
The Mechanisms by Which the Ketone Body D-β-Hydroxybutyrate May Improve the Multiple Cellular Pathologies of Parkinson’s Disease
Frontiers in Nutrition • May 14, 2019
Organic diet intervention significantly reduces urinary pesticide levels in U.S. children and adults
Environmental Research • January 10, 2019
SCIENCE TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE • October 31, 2018