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Old 12-16-2011, 13:17   #1
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Wow! And Children's is workin' it too . . . over 100 patients on it! Thanks for posting this, Amy!




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I have also heard this works with epileptic children. I really think the medical comunity needs to rething high fat recomendations and how they improve health for people with lots of diseases.

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Sadly, it did not work for my late nephew, who had a severe, intractable form of epilepsy.

Hopefully because he was young enough when he started the diet, he will handle the food choices well!

I just wish they had not made it out to be quite SO unusual. What about the many for whom it IS healthy? I have often wondered if my nephew's family was not discouraged from being more radical because of the fat stigma. BUT, I was not there and I know they tried very hard at a LOT of things.

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