The Keto Diet and Stem Cell Therapy: A Powerful Combination for Your Health

Sep 5, 2019

A ketogenic diet, otherwise known as ‘keto diet’ is a popular diet program that adopts a low-carb, high-fat intake. It’s mainly used to manage or lose weight.

The term ‘ketogenic’ has its roots in ‘ketone’ which are water-soluble molecules that give you energy. Ketones are produced via ketosis, a state where the body starts burning fat instead of carbohydrates for fuel.

Different Kinds of Keto Diet

There are four main kinds of keto diet.

  1. Standard

The standard keto is an offshoot based on the original Atkins plan. Its main philosophy is the limiting of carb intake to a maximum of 50 grams a day, depending on the individual’s nutritional needs. Standard keto is perhaps the most popular variant of the keto diet program.

  1. Targeted Ket

The most traditional form of the Atkins diet. Targeted keto mainly focuses on not the intake, but the level of exercise an individual gets on a regular basis.

Individuals going on a targeted keto are also advised to take carbs 30 minutes before going on an intense exercise regimen. Experts recommend easily digestible carbs as they won’t weigh heavily on the stomach or cause upset as you move about.

Also, carbs that contain glucose are better than fructose-based ones. As you exercise, the body burns glucose-based carbs more efficiently, leaving no trace behind. This works well within the targeted keto structure as it won’t affect the state of ketosis.

After exercise, your next meal should be made up of low-fat, high protein foods. This is because fat intake following a workout will affect muscle recovery and general nutrient absorption.

Like standard keto, targeted suggests a maximum of 50 grams of carbs per day, or even less depending on your nutritional needs.

  1. Cyclic Keto

Cyclic is somewhat similar to the targeted in that it requires a very vigorous workout program. Athletes, bodybuilders and competitive amateurs often adopt cyclic keto when they want to build up on lean muscle and burn away unwanted fat.

The term ‘cyclic’ refers to alternating between standard keto and taking in large amounts of carbohydrates. There are times when you go on a ‘carb loading’ mode, which lasts anywhere between 24 to 48 hours per instance. Fat intake during this period will be anywhere between 450 to 600 grams.

Afterwards, carb intake will be restricted to 50 grams maximum.

  1. Restricted Keto

Restricted keto is mainly reserved for people who want to get well, i.e. when they’re suffering from a deadly disease or condition such as cancer.

The aim of restricted keto is to make it difficult for the cancerous cells to thrive, along with limited caloric intake.

Studies have shown that cancer cells cannot eat ketones, and they’re likely to die out if they don’t have anything to eat.

The plan begins when the individual goes on a 3 to 5 day fasting program where they can only drink water. Then a low-calorie ketogenic diet is adopted. The goal is to reduce blood sugar levels to 55-65 mgs, or 3.4 ounces per deciliter, and blood ketone levels of 4 millimolars.

Keto and Other Health Conditions

A restricted keto diet not only helps eliminate cancer cells, but it’s beneficial in treating other diseases as well. Among others, a keto diet can reverse kidney damage associated with Type 2 and Type 1 diabetes, control epileptic seizures in children, and aid in healing for patients who are suffering from traumatic brain injury and Parkinson’s disease.

Stem Cell Therapy and Keto Diet

Stem cell therapy is a remarkable regenerative treatment that makes use of the patient’s very own stem cells to heal, repair and regenerate damaged tissue following an injury or illness. It’s largely non-invasive and yet offers excellent results.

Keto diet and stem cells are a great match. For instance, a doctor can have a diabetic patient adopt a keto diet to reduce glucose and keep blood sugar levels in check.

Ketogenic diet, when combined with stem cell therapy, produces a synergistic effect. For patients suffering from kidney disease, the state of ketogenesis enhances the healing effect that stem cells bring by blocking glucose metabolization and allowing healthy kidney cells to replace the damaged ones. Some experts say that it can even switch off harmful genes that express kidney failure.

Thinking of adopting the keto diet to lose weight or treat an illness? Let your doctor know so that he or she can create the right regimen for you.

In the meantime, you have the chance to get our brand new FREE ebook that’s going to show you 17 Stem Cell Boosting Ketogenic Diet Recipes that you can start using right now. 

 

To your health,

The Healing Miracle Team

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8 Comments

  1. Debra Legal

    I have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. I experience an
    increase in pain making it difficult for me to exercise.
    Can you comment on whether this combination would
    work for me?

    Reply
    • THM Team

      While there is a great deal of ongoing research into the benefits of stem cell therapy for various conditions, injuries and diseases, The Healing Miracle has limited information readily available on that particular topic. We recommend:

      · searching the internet using a simple Google search to find recent articles, studies and research (ie “”stem cell + _________””)

      · join the Facebook group Stem Cells 101 and ask that community to share their experience about this condition https://www.facebook.com/groups/stemcells101/

      · visit the blog site http://www.thehealingmiracle.com to review the articles there

      · contact http://www.StemCellHotline.net/today to be connected with a stem cell specialist who may have more information relating to this particular condition

      Reply
  2. Doug

    You cannot download the 17 Stem Cell ’Boosting Ketogenic Diet Recipes

    Reply
    • THM Team

      Please message our support team on facebook so that they may help you with this issue.

      Reply
  3. Rosalind Dean

    I have MS (secondary progressive) and am interested to know how stem cells may be produced to repair the myelin sheaths around the nerves that are affected.

    Reply
    • THM Team

      While we are unable to make specific recommendations about your personal health, a network of stem cell specialists is available to provide more personalized answers – http://www.StemCellHotline.net/today. They can connect you with a stem cell specialist in your area to answer the question, “Are Stem Cells Right For You?” and to help you find the solution that works best for you.

      Reply
  4. Lee wears

    Can this diet assist with Sarcoidosis disease

    Reply
    • THM Team

      While there is a great deal of ongoing research into the benefits of stem cell therapy for various conditions, injuries and diseases, The Healing Miracle has limited information readily available on that particular topic. We recommend:

      · searching the internet using a simple Google search to find recent articles, studies and research (ie “”stem cell + _________””)

      · join the Facebook group Stem Cells 101 and ask that community to share their experience about this condition https://www.facebook.com/groups/stemcells101/

      · visit the blog site http://www.thehealingmiracle.com to review the articles there

      · contact http://www.StemCellHotline.net/today to be connected with a stem cell specialist who may have more information relating to this particular condition

      Reply

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