Targeting Energy Metabolism in Brain Cancer – Thomas Seyfried (AHS12)

Thomas Seyfried’s talk at Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 (AHS12) is a deep dive into the origins of cancer, loosely framed around the question, “Is cancer a metabolic disease?” In some ways an extremely provocative talk, but fascinating to watch him step through the science behind assertions like, “Regardless of what you might read, mutations are not the cause of cancer.” (Hint: it’s the mitochondria! “We never find completely normal mitochondria in any cancer cells.”)

Some of the concepts he covers include why it’s important to target glucose and glutamine when fighting cancer. It turns out that cancerous cells can metabolize either of these.

Targeting Energy Metabolism in Brain Cancer by Thomas Seyfried at the 2nd annual Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 (AHS12).

3 Responses to “Targeting Energy Metabolism in Brain Cancer – Thomas Seyfried (AHS12)”

  1. Hi,

    I just want to say you have a great blog. Thank you for sharing all these insightfull information.

    From a fellow ketogenic and father of a recently diagnosed type 1 son.

    • Thanks Albie!

      It’s been helpful for me to maintain this so that I can keep track of information that’s important to me. I’m glad to hear that you like it!

      I hope things work out well for you and your son. Keep us posted!



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