Exciting New Research on Keto and Cancer (I am NOT a Doctor!)
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This one is kind of personal to me. I lost my dad to cancer a few years back and since then I made it my mission to uncover what, and how, nutrition can help slow down the progression of cancer cells. This isn’t made with disrespect towards the the medical field. If anything, this should go hand in hand with it.
Note: Research is ongoing to see which types of cancer are prone to glucose restriction and which are not (for example, in a type of brain cancer called glioblastoma, cancerous glioma cells rely on glucose for survival and division)
Cancer cells often times show increased glucose metabolism when compared with normal cells –
in normal cells, the conversion of glucose to ATP requires oxygen, and when oxygen is absent, lactic acid is produced
Cancer cells convert glucose to lactic acid in the presence of oxygen and need glucose for survival and division
So if glucose restricted or inhibited, the energy source is switches to fats, or more specifically, ketones
In a study published in Cell Reports (2019), researchers restricted glucose in mice with lung cancer – while the dietary restriction did not shrink certain tumors, it did stop them from progressing
However, it did not affect other types of tumors (meaning this is cancer cell type specific and you can’t generalize to all types of cancer)
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