Some swear by the keto diet, but is it right for you? The Doctors have profiled the popular diet trend and weighed its benefits and possible downsides. These are important questions you'll want to be answered before going keto.
Will the Keto Diet Help Fight Diseases? - In the video above, we speak with documentary filmmaker Rob Tate, who directed the documentary “The Magic Pill,” cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn and nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung about whether the low-carb and high fat diet can be used to help treat diseases.
Is There Evidence to Support Keto's Effectiveness? - Find out if there is science behind the popular diet when The Doctors address if there are studies to back the diet’s claims.
Should You Invest in a Device That Indicates Ketosis? - The Doctors check out the $100 Keyto device, which tells someone if their body is in ketosis. Dr. Travis Stork notes someone would be able to tell if their body is in ketosis simply by smelling their breath, which would smell of sweet acetone.
Will Going Keto Lead to Oily Urine? - Will someone's bodily fluids change if you go keto? Urologist expert Dr. Aaron Spitz discusses why some people on a ketogenic diet can develop oily urine and whether this should be concerning or not.
Is The Keto Diet Ever Safe for Kids? - Keto might be successful for many adults, but before you consider putting your children on this diet, find out what pediatrician Dr. Dafna Ahdoot has to say.
Can Your Comfort Food Favorites Be Transformed in Keto-Friendly Dishes? - Chef Rocco DiSpirito tells The Doctors he used the Keto diet to help jumpstart a return to a healthier lifestyle, and he found a way to still enjoy comfort foods, like lasagna, and mac and cheese, and a new take on fried chicken (seen here).
Ready to Try out Keto? - Check out these great cookbooks (with thousands of 4-star or higher ratings!) filled with recipes and meal ideas that may help on your journey to a healthier lifestyle.
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