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Is the Ketogenic Diet Good for Your Brain?

By | April 27th, 2018

We talk to Dr. Ed Blonz, biochemist and nutrition researcher at UCSF about how your brain could benefit from a diet rich in fat-based fuels called ketones.

4:18 Are ketones a better fuel source for the brain than glucose?
16:48 Why diet matters for dementia risk
22:15 Carbs, coconut oil and brain health: busting the myths
43:30 The best diet for someone with dementia
51:45 Concussions, ketones and dementia

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