My Unremarkable Brain: A Fat-Fueled Adventure into the World of Epilepsy and the Ketogenic Diet
Can food heal some of the most complex medical conditions? My Unremarkable Brain: A Fat-Fueled Adventure into the World of Epilepsy and the Ketogenic Diet is a hilarious and inspiring book, where serial dieter and middle-aged “fathlete” David Robinson takes readers on a ride into the strange and surprising world of American health culture.
At the age of forty, after living for over a decade with epilepsy, David decided to put his brain to the task of figuring out the best way to eat and live. What he discovered was a community of medical experts, thought leaders, and regular folks gathered around the keto diet: a much-reviled “fad diet” that is in fact a proven, 100-year old medical treatment for epilepsy and other brain disorders.
In this book you’ll learn:
How current dietary guidelines don’t serve the health needs of most Americans.
To embrace food and lifestyle choices as part of an empowered, health-oriented lifestyle.
To advocate and think outside the box for medical treatment.
By interviewing the top authorities in the field, along with regular people who are using diet and lifestyle to improve their health, Robinson discovers a set of principles that anyone can use to maximize their wellness and live their best lives.