Scientists using two ‘keto’ diets have shown the physiological state has anti-cancer properties, does it work for humans? Image Credit: Canva.

Researchers Discover a ‘Keto’ Molecule Prevents & Treats Cancer

And may work for humans.

The trendy ketogenic diet, known as keto, is effective for weight loss, but may also have some deeply therapeutic mechanisms. Cancer researchers tinkering with macronutrient ratios have just stumbled upon what some scientists have been saying for years. ‘Keto’ has anti-cancer properties.

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