By Erin Whitmer, Jeanne L. Riether, Eric H. Kossoff MD
Written by means of moms who've young children at the Ketogenic nutrition, Fighting again with Fat offers crucial details to teach mom and dad at the diets, in addition to offers suggestion to folks to navigate the emotional minefields that frequently include making an attempt those diets. universal pressure components corresponding to worry of failure, hyperresponsibility, dealing successfully with a kid's non-compliance, and teaching non-supportive family members, neighbors and friends, are all addressed in heart-to-heart frankness from moms who've coated the territory in my opinion.
The authors comprise first-person debts of the successes and trails of different households in addition to an extraordinary glimpse of what children think about the diets, of their personal words.
The ebook closes with the KetoCalculator one zero one, with guidance and suggestion from the Charlie Foundation's Beth Zupec-Kania, RD, CD, the Keto Calculator's author and a recipe part supplying uncomplicated, scrumptious recipes equipped by means of age workforce, every one with "Keto Bites," enjoyable nutrition evidence or sensible suggestion that correspond to every recipe.
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Hearing these families’ stories, and how they dealt with and solved some initial difficulties getting started on the diet, will be extremely helpful to new families. At Johns Hopkins Hospital, we have a parent support group that comes on the Wednesday of our monthly admission week to chat with new families starting the Ketogenic diet. This book is essentially that support group’s manual. The second major difference is the broad, all-encompassing nature of this book. You will hear from adults, adolescents, and parents of formula-fed infants and gastrostomy-tube-fed children.
As both MAD and the Ketogenic diet gather momentum in popularity, we continue to learn that these diets, while different in their execution, are really quite similar. Both hinge on the diet’s ability to burn fat instead of glucose, effectively tricking the body into thinking it’s fasting. Both diets are low carb and high fat, and each of these diets requires an entirely new perspective on what’s “healthy” for your child. There’s less focus on the more popular concepts of healthy eating such as whole grains, organic, low fat and high protein; instead, fat is the focus: oils, nuts, avocados, and heavy whipping cream.
Our son was young enough that we were able to control everything he ate. He started preschool taking his own snack with him. He was on Keto for almost three years. My husband and I like the precise nature of the Keto diet at opposed to the looser MAD diet. From a scientific perspective it was much easier for us to figure out what foods and calorie levels worked for our son. He became seizure free within a month of starting Keto. He was weaned off all medications within another year and is currently seizure free, drug free, and diet free.
Fighting Back with Fat by Erin Whitmer, Jeanne L. Riether, Eric H. Kossoff MD