CAN DIET REALLY HELP WITH EPILEPSY?

Epilepsy and seizure disorders are an extremely debilitating condition and can destroy the quality of life.  While medications are always used as the first line approach, diet can play a powerful role.

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2 thoughts on “CAN DIET REALLY HELP WITH EPILEPSY?

  1. Have you considered gluten as being a cause of seizures? That may be why the ketogenic diet works but they may be able to have carbs as well in a different form. I am amazed with all the different symptoms that gluten can be responsible for. For me it is insomnia. All three types it just depends on which meal I ate it at! I have found there are numerous other symptoms that have disappeared as well and life is so much better. Keep up your good research.

  2. It’s certainly been known to cause weird neurological problems (gluten ataxia is a recognized term), so I wouldn’t be surprised if it is a part of the problem. There have been some studies on the ketogenic suggesting that it increases adenosine production, thereby contributing to increased ATP formation.

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