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I understand the

I understand the disclaimer...

Note II: "You should check with your physician if you have any concerns about starting a ketogenic diet plan with pre-existing health conditions, especially if those conditions involve kidney or heart problems."

But, I find it highly unlikely that a ketogenic diet will hurt kidneys or the heart. In fact, ketogenic diets can cure kidney disease:

http://video.pbs.org/video/2146699556/

Charles Mobbs, the lead researcher in that PBS video, has also been interviewed by Jimmy Moore.

And, the heart functions more efficiently on β-hydroxybutyrate, a ketone body.

Logically, it's not possible for the ketogenic diet to be therapeutic and not therapeutic at the same time. That is, it can't be A and ~A. Particularly, when one understands the body is a coupled system. A fuel that's good for the brain isn't going to be bad for the heart or kidney, or any other cells that's suppose to be part of the system.

Except for cancer cells. The newer understanding of cancer cells is they are how cells became multicelluar organism in the distant evolutionary past. It's probably not a coincidence that they aren't able to use fat, a more modern fuel.