ketoCONTINUUM: Consistently Keto Diet for Life – [Paperback edition]

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Consistently Keto for Life

ketoCONTINUUM delivers comprehensive, practical education on how to reverse illnesses of aging. David was obese, depressed, and headed for a heart attack. Keto chemistry pumped life back into his brain, relationships, and business. Dr. Bosworth uses David’s story to escort the reader through a story of resurrecting health. Dr. Bosworth captures your curiosity while teaching a step-by-step process to stay consistently keto. From mindset and behaviors, to support systems and conflict, ketoCONTINUUM walks the reader through Dr. Bosworth’s revolutionary protocol used at her medical clinic. ketoCONTINUUM combines the latest developments in brain research, sleep, and keto-chemistry’s impact on health. Why? To teach the reader how to reverse insulin-based illnesses once thought impossible to heal, such as obesity, depression, unhealthy livers, inflammation, leaky gut syndrome, and autoimmune diseases. This relatable story teaches how to succeed using ketogenic nutrition, overcome common ketosis pitfalls, and sustain your vitality. The story of David engages the reader as Dr. Boz weaves clever analogies and science-lessons into the book.

ketoCONTINUUM dispels myths, fears, and ill-conceived paradigms about the ketogenic process that impede success. Learn why fat-fuel outperforms carbohydrate-fuel. This comprehensive book also persuasively argues why the term “ketogenic-diet” misleads many and offers a more nuanced and precise definition that makes sense to the reader.

About Dr. Bosworth

Annette Bosworth was born into a farming family in rural South Dakota inheriting hard work and the expectations that all things are teachable. Throughout her medical training and career, she applied her inheritance to teach patients through storytelling and practical application of medical jargon. Dr. Bosworth has worked as an Assistant Professor and Medical Doctor in Internal Medicine helping students and patients combat chronic diseases such as obesity, depression, and autoimmune problems, and addiction.