Dr. Dominic D'Agostino
A Deep Dive Into Ketosis: How Navy Seals, Extreme Athletes & Busy Executives Can Enhance Physical and Mental Performance With The Secret Weapon of Ketone Fuel. Improve oxygen efficiency…Acetoacetate having anti-seizure effect-Check between 00:32:32 and 00:33:16
Cancer Treatment -Ketogenic Diet
The Ketogenic Diet and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Prolong Survival in Mice with Systemic Metastatic Cancer
Breaking News! Nontoxic cancer therapy proves effective against metastatic cancer
Scientists dive into innovative cancer research
From Dr. D’Agostino at USF: ” Oncologists use FDG-PET for tumor imaging, but they don’t use this information to kill the tumor. FDG-PET is possible because cancer cells have high glucose metabolism and elevated rates of glycolysis. Mitochondrial dysfunction forces cancer cells to rely on glucose for survival (Warburg effect). Impaired mitochondrial function makes cancer cells selectively vulnerable to metabolic therapies that lower blood glucose and elevate blood ketones, a fuel that cancer cells can’t use. In fact, evidence exists that ketones are toxic to cancer cells. ”
The ketone metabolite β -hydroxybutyrate blocks NLRP3 inflammasome–mediated inflammatory disease
Metabolic therapy: A new paradigm for managing malignant brain cancer.
Cancer as a Metabolic Disease
Dr. Thomas Seyfried, Professor Biology
Impaired Mitochondrial Function and Tumorigenesis video below
Warburg Rules! A Review of Thomas Seyfried’s Cancer As a Metabolic Disease- From the Townsend Letter December 2012
"He cites research showing that if you transplant a nucleus containing mutations from a cancer cell into a normal cell (from which the nucleus has been removed), this does not produce cancer cells (McKinnell 1969; Mintz 1975; Howell 1978; Harris 1988; Shay 1988; Li 2003; Hochedlinger 2004). But if you transplant a normal nucleus into a cancerous cell, the cell can now form tumors – again, presuming that the original nuclear material has been removed (Israel 1987; Israel 1988). These results show that nuclear gene mutations alone cannot produce tumors and that normal mitochondria can suppress tumor formation."