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This is episode 51 of Integrative Answers to Cancer with Dr. Will Cole.  Another repeat guest to the show but a very timely one.  If you listened to last week’s episode with my son Ryder’s original naturopathic oncologist and also foremost in the country Dr. Paul Anderson after we’d saw a bit of unexpected growth on his last MRI he was talking about some of the success he’s had with a ketogenic style diet in combination with other metabolic therapies but he also mentioned that most people who promote the ketogenic diet stupidly in his words, meaning people should be talking about plants a whole lot more than they do and another previous guest of the show Doctor Will Cole who was on back in episode forty to talk about functional medicine in cancer has a new book out on a plant based ketogenic diet so I figured it would be good timing to get him on and pick his brain on that.  

 

And as you know we’ve had some pretty strong opinions on ketosis both ways from guests of this show and one of the primary complaints was that again so much animal product consumption is promoted which Dr. Cole is obviously addressing with his book but I also wanted to as long as we were at it to to bring up as many other criticisms or complaints I’ve heard along the lines of a ketogenic diet just being flat out unnatural plants or no plants and as it pertains to cancer in particular the lack of available data on long term survivors and I liked his answers and hope you do to.  

 

By now hopefully you know about us we try not to completely close ourselves off from any new information or not go too deep down any one rabbit hole and always keep the big picture in mind and ask how new information fits into it and I think this interview does a good job of that. 

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