If you are confused about the Ketogenic diet and want some clarity, this easy to read guide to the Ketogenic diet may do the trick. It covers all the basics and walks you through the fundamental science behind the diet and its many benefits.
For keto veterans and newbies alike The Art and Science of Low Carb Living gives you the skinny on both the science behind the ketogenic diet and its practical uses. Wondering about keto flu? Won't fats make you fat? The authors have your answers!
Is it a surprise that the low fat recommendations proclaimed for over 50 years have ushered in an increase in heart disease, diabetes, and obesity? Nina Teicholz's "The Big Fat Surprise" tries to prove why it shouldn't come as a surprise at all.
Gary Tabues challenges the idea that calories-in vs calories-out causes obesity by providing a history of nutrition and research that points to the role of insulin, as well as other hormones and enzymes.
Are you looking for simple and delicious keto recipes that will have you and your non-keto friends saying "I can't believe this is a diet"? Then look no further than KetoKarma's own Suzanne Ryan and her cookbook, Simply Keto.
If you are missing comfort foods on keto and don't know where to turn for amazing recipes, then pick up Keto Made Easy! Everything from mozzarella sticks to cheesecake will have to loving every keto bite!
The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet, and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies, by Dr. Nasha Winters, takes a nutritional approach to treating a disease that is most commonly addressed with more aggressive, yet often unsuccessful measures, such as surgery and chemotherapy.