Keto Diet - Warning


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A Ketogenic diet must not be embarked upon lightly and should not be done without the supervision of a doctor or medical professional like a dietician working with your doctor. The Ketogenic Diet is not compatible with certain drugs and certain physical conditions and could result in serious side effects or even death. You MUST confirm with your doctor if the Ketogenic Diet or Ketogenic foods or snacks are the right path for you. Our boxed weekly meal plan can only be sold with a prescription from a licensed medical professional. If you don’t have one, please see our website for supervising medical community for help. Videos and articles posted on this website are the opinions and ideas of others and are presented in an informational way only. They are in no way meant to diagnose, treat or recommend that you, the reader, embark upon a Ketogenic Diet, they are for study purposes only. Do NOT construe any words, videos or images on this website as medical advice. Medical advice can only be given by a licensed health care professional who has had a chance to personally observe you and understands your issues and objectives.

WARNING: KETOGENIC MEALS AND SNACKS, while usually benign, can produce adverse reactions in some people. Extreme Nutritional Dietary Changes can interact adversely with other supplements and with prescription drugs or can make prescription drugs ineffective or may boost their potency. As with prescribed drugs, long-term effects from KETOGENIC MEALS AND SNACKS (due to high fat content) are often unknown. Women who are pregnant or nursing should NEVER go on a KETOGENIC DIET unless directed by their healthcare providers. Parents should not provide a KETOGENIC DIET to their children or teens except after consultation with their healthcare provider. All and any portion amounts must be under the supervision and direction of your healthcare provider. If you observe adverse effects, stop taking eating the food immediately and contact your healthcare provider. If you are under age 18, you may not purchase this product from us and you may not lawfully view this website without permission and supervision of a parent. ALWAYS CONSULT WITH A LICENSED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL BEFORE EMBARKING UPON A KETOGENIC DIET!

The information on this website does not endorse any Ketogenic Foods or Diet as safe, effective, or approved for treating any patient or health condition. This is only a brief summary of general information about this type of food product and diet. It does NOT include all information about the possible uses, directions, warnings, precautions, interactions, adverse effects, or risks that may apply to this diet or diet foods. The information presented on this website is not specific medical advice directed towards you the reader, and does not replace information you receive from your health care provider. You must talk with your healthcare provider for complete information about the risks and benefits of using Ketogenic Foods or the Ketogenic Diet.

There are certain individuals who should NOT embark upon The Ketogenic Diet.

If you have any of the below conditions or suspect that you might have any of these conditions below (you should check with your doctor first to be sure?) do NOT under any circumstances attempt to do this diet as serious consequences could occur!

I personally don’t know what any of these are, but warnings I have read online sound serious so please take the right precautions!

BELOW is quoted from:

“Individuals with the following medical conditions should NOT undertake a ketogenic diet:

  • Carnitine deficiency (primary)
  • Carnitine palmitoyltransferase (CPT) I or II deficiency
  • Carnitine translocase deficiency
  • Beta-oxidation defects
  • Mitochondrial 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-CoA synthase (mHMGS) deficiency
  • Medium-chain acyl dehydrogenase deficiency (MCAD)
  • Long-chain acyl dehydrogenase deficiency (LCAD)
  • Short-chain acyl dehydrogenase deficiency (SCAD)
  • Long-chain 3-hydroxyacyl-CoA deficiency
  • Medium-chain 3-hydroxyacyl-CoA deficiency
  • Pyruvate carboxylase deficiency
  • Porphyria

(Note that most of these conditions are identified early in life although porphyria can develop at any time.)

Talk to your doctor about implementing a Ketogenic Diet if you have any of these additional conditions listed below:

  • History of pancreatitis
  • Active gall bladder disease
  • Impaired liver function
  • Impaired fat digestion
  • Poor nutritional status
  • Gastric bypass surgery
  • Abdominal tumors
  • Decreased gastrointestinal motility; this may be in conjunction with conventional cancer treatment and associated drugs
  • History of kidney failure
  • Pregnancy and lactation




See a note from Dr. Gary Richter below - his notes about XYLITOL and your dog(s).

Hey Iris,

I want to give you some important veterinary advice today...

Quite frankly, it can save your dog’s life.

Now, by no means do I want to scare you. But I do want you to be “in the know.”

Especially, when it has to do with the health and safety of your four-legged friend.

So, let me ask you a question...

Did you know there’s a common candy 100 times more toxic than chocolate?1
Here’s a hint:
  • It freshens your breath
  • It keeps your ears from popping on an airplane
  • The average person goes through almost 300 of these a year

I’m talking about CHEWING GUM.

However, when it comes to your dog’s health...

The real culprit is sugar-free gum.

It turns out, one piece of this stuff can kill a twenty pound dog. One piece!

The reason is due to a single ingredient...


[Note: Although xylitol is mainly found in sugarless gum, it can also be found in many unexpected household items too.]

Now, while it’s safe for you and me to consume…

This popular sugar substitute can be downright deadly for your dog.

You see, when xylitol enters a dog’s system, it produces an overdose of insulin. This causes a dangerous and drastic drop in their blood sugar levels.

In the medical community, we call it hypoglycemia.

It can even lead to liver failure.

And if this “sticky situation” isn’t caught in time (usually within 30 to 60 minutes), it can have life-threatening consequences.2

So, how can you protect your dog?

Luckily, there are some simple and effective ways to safeguard your little guy or gal from scary situations like this...

All you have to do is give your dog some “T.L.C.”

Simply put…

Tighten the lids on your garbage cans.

Lift your bags out of “doggy reach.”

And close those cabinet doors.

Remember, dogs are curious critters. And any tasty — eye level — treat is bound to get sniffed... then eaten.

However, by taking a few simple steps, you can easily ensure your dog stays out of several “doggy danger zones.”

It might sound simple, but believe me — giving your dog a little “TLC” can make a WORLD of difference for their health.

After all, when it comes to keeping your dog safe, it’s important to keep the WRONG things out of their paws.

To happy and healthy dog years ahead,
Dr. Gary Richter