Articles & Resources
There is a tremendous amount of information, and mis-information, about the ketogenic diet available on the Internet, in self-help books, and by self-proclaimed experts. When otherwise healthy people simply want to lose a few pounds, relying on this information is probably fine. The worst that usually happens is they don’t lose weight. However, when using the ketogenic diet to treat serious medical conditions, reliable and accurate medical information is essential. As a physician, I am looking to provide at least some of this information here on ChrisPalmerMD.com. My goal is to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information from trustworthy sources based on research and evidence. I welcome your ideas and recommendations for additional resources to share here.
Articles by Chris Palmer, MD
Are Americans Addicted to Screens—or Just Burned Out?: New research shows Americans sitting even more of the day in front of screens. Psychology Today.
Six Steps to Stop an Addiction to Sugar and Junk Food: A new summit on sugar addiction launches this week. Psychology Today. June 11, 2019.
Ketogenic Therapy for Brain and Mental Health.” Charlie Foundation for Ketogenic Therapies. 2019, April.
Chronic Schizophrenia Put Into Remission Off Medications – New research suggests ketogenic diet may play a role in treating schizophrenia
The ketogenic diet and remission of psychotic symptoms in schizophrenia: Two case studies
The Ketogenic Diet May Help Stop Seizures – This dietary treatment based on ancient medicine is making a comeback
Exercise and Fasting Linked to Brain Detox – New research paves the way for possible prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease
Diabetes and Depression: Which Comes First – These two illnesses have more in common than you probably realize
Articles by other authors
Low-Carbohydrate Diet Superior to Antipsychotic Medications – Two remarkable personal stories as told by their Harvard psychiatrist