In recent years, there has been an abundance of fad diets that have erupted as a means of helping people become more healthy and lead a healthier lifestyle. Although some of these have not been relevant to scientific evidence, one recently emerging report provides insight into the positive impacts that a ketogenic diet can have for individuals who have suffered a major health problem such as stroke, and has doctors looking into potential ways that it could benefit patients.
- Researchers have discovered that ketogenic diets could reduce brain inflammation after a stroke.
- The ketogenic diets work by changing the fuel the body uses for energy.
- The new discovery potentially opens up opportunities for finding ways to suppress brain inflammation following injury.
“Scientists from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) believe this discovery opens up potential treatment avenues which could help to reduce harmful brain inflammation following a stroke and brain trauma.”