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Today, our article is focused around how a keto diet may help individuals suffering from a relatively rare form of epilepsy known as super-refractory status epilepticus or SRSE.

Experts suggest that the human brain has a constant demand for fuel supply to feed the brain cells. However, in case of dementia patients, the brain faces extreme difficulty while burning glucose. This leads to sluggish activity of the brain, shrinkage of the brain, and even death of brain cells in the long run. 

Today we will discuss whether the consumption of ketogenic diets has any noticeable impact on the effects of aging. Ketogenic diets are low-carb and high-fat diets that force the body to burn fat instead of carbohydrates for energy though a metabolic state known as ketosis.

A ketogenic or keto diet is a high fat and low carb diet that offers many different health benefits. Numerous clinical studies have already established the fact that keto diet is helpful in losing weight and improving the overall health.

All fad diets are designed to help lose fat. Though these diet plans promise a number of health benefits, not much scientific evidence is available supporting their efficiency.