“Fighting Cancer With A Ketogenic Diet” To Be Published In Fall 2016

There’s some good news on the horizon, and many thanks to Alice and Fred Ottoboni for alerting me to it.

Ellen Davis, friend of Ketopia and prolific low carb writer, has had her book picked up by a publisher. “Fight Cancer With A Ketogenic Diet” should be available in print by late Summer or early Fall, 2016.

If you’d like to stay current with its publication (and more), consider signing up for Ellen’s ketogenic diet newsletter”.

Well done Ellen, and congratulations!

6 Responses to ““Fighting Cancer With A Ketogenic Diet” To Be Published In Fall 2016”

  1. Noele Smith

    Dear Michael I found your article “Why you need to stop worrying about the color of you Ketostix” very interesting but it lead me to wondering because my Ketostix results are constantly in the moderate to dark red. I have been on LC/HF for at least ten years now and I was hoping if you have any advice on whether this is OK or not? I would appreciate your thoughts on the matter. Thanx for your time kind regards Noele

  2. Dr. W. David Berglund

    when you become keto adapted(meaning you are burning fat) your urune should no longer test postive. One needs to use a blood stick or a breath test

  3. I’m currently going through chemotherapy for breast cancer and have been following the ketogenic diet throughout as it is said to not only help with the side effects of the chemo but also make the chemo more effective. I can honestly say that my chemo experience seems to be totally different to others on the breast cancer forum that I am on and to other patients in my unit. Apart from the inevitable hair loss I have suffered no other side effects at all. My oncologist has been quite astounded and even joked that he needed to check that they actually gave me the drug! Although I will never know for sure, I attribute this to the ketogenic diet. it has also really made me feel that I am in control as much as I can be and with the added benefit that I have lost 10lbs in weight and now at my target weight. I am also going to make sure I stick to it through the radiotherapy as it is also meant to help with this. I first came across this diet by reading articles by Dr Colin Champ. And now also follow the advice of Patricia Daly.

    • Sam,

      Thank you so much for sharing your story. I can only imagine how much it means to others undergoing treatment for cancer as well.

      Please check in with us again with an update, or with anything you learn along the way.

      With love and prayers…

  4. Sandy Kerr

    I would like to reach Ellen Davis. Do you have her e-mail? I am healing multiple myeloma. My tel # is XXX-XXX-XXXX. Sandy Kerr


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