November 18, 2019

Can Keto really cure cancer?

I’ve been in all-out planning mode for my live event, the Keto Symposium which is happening next May. One of the things I’ve been doing is securing leading voices in the keto-sphere to share their secrets with us. We already have some impressive speakers lined up, and we have only one more slot to complete the roster. 

One of the presenters is Thomas Seyfried, PhD. He wrote perhaps the most revolutionizing book on cancer and its potential treatments called Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer.
(The book alone sells for upwards of $80 on Amazon…) His book makes the argument that your metabolism is the cause of cancer, not your genetics (which is what most people think). If that’s true, then the solution to cancer is more related to your diet than we currently think. Meaning, the ketogenic diet could play a key role in helping people prevent (and overcome) cancer! 

At the Keto Symposium, Professor Seyfried will present the “CliffNotes” version of his book – elaborating on why he thinks cancer is a metabolic disease, teaching you how to best manage it, and most importantly, discussing the best ways to prevent it. I'll have you know that it was at the American College of Nutrition Conference 2 years ago that I heard Professor Seyfried speak, and it was the catalyst I needed to go keto myself. He is so passionate and engaging to listen to, that it is my hope you will also decide to hear him out and decide for yourself. If you or someone you know recently got the dreaded diagnosis, or you’re just interested in learning about adjunct therapies to traditional cancer treatment, you should consider buying tickets to the Keto Symposium in May (it will be here sooner than you think!) If you’re interested, you can find more info about the event below:

Don’t be shy – feel free to bring your significant other, best friend, or family member who wants to learn more about the keto lifestyle. Even better, tell your physicians about it and encourage them to come. We need more health care providers to understand the role that a healthy ketogenic diet can play for health and metabolism.

In Good Health,


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