An Alzheimer’s Breakthrough, The Keto Diet For Cancer, and More Wellness News

Cancer researchers have found that the keto diet might work to make cancer treatments work better. A new study published in the journal Nature this week cited that the high-fat, low-carb diet boosted the efficacy of certain cancer-zapping drugs in mice. However, researchers found that the keto diet didn’t work without the drugs, noting the importance of diet as only a part of the solution in cancer prevention treatment. Results varied depending on what kind of cancer the mice had, but for some mice, going keto added years to their lives. The research is linked to recent studies about the sugar-tumor connection. (Insider)

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