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Early research in young mice and rats suggests ketogenic diets may be helpful for improving ASD behavior patterns.
Autism shares some features with epilepsy, and many people with autism experience seizures related to the over-excitement of brain cells. Studies show that ketogenic diets reduce brain cell over-stimulation in mouse models of autism. What’s more, they appear to benefit behavior regardless of changes in seizure activity.
A pilot study of 30 children with autism found that 18 showed some improvement in symptoms after following a cyclical ketogenic diet for 6 months. In one case study, a young girl with autism who followed a gluten-free, dairy-free ketogenic diet for several years experienced dramatic improvements. These included resolution of morbid obesity and a 70-point increase in IQ (54).
The reason you feel more energetic, focused, and even happier on a Ketogenic Diet is that your metabolism switches from burning glucose to burning fat. From fat, your body makes special energy molecules called ketones, aka the best fuel for your cells.
But what exactly is a ketone and how does it change you? Ketones, such as BHB, are the key to ketosis. Researchers are making leaps and bounds when it comes to understanding our metabolism and what foods we should be eating to live a healthy, energetic life.
It turns out that adopting a diet that helps your body run on ketones rather than glucose can significantly improve your health and prevent disease. Glucose is the main energy source when you eat a diet high in carbohydrates whereas ketones are produced when you restrict carbs and eat a high fat diet instead.
Several studies over the past decade have caught the attention of nutrition experts worldwide showing promising evidence that using ketones for energy can improve several health markers including:
Decreased inflammation
Improved mental clarity
Faster weight loss
The ketogenic diet focuses on priming your body to function in a state of ketosis, where your body is primarily burning ketones from fats rather than glucose from carbohydrates.
A shift in the nutrition industry towards a low carb, high fat ketogenic diet could not only help our society’s obesity epidemic, but also treat several other chronic diseases and help those with AUTISM. Since we are realizing just how powerful using ketones for energy can be, it’s important to educate yourself as to what exactly is a ketone. Ketones, also known as “ketone bodies”, are energy molecules created by the liver from the breakdown of fats. Your body makes ketones when you don’t have access to carbs or enough glucose stores (glycogen). Although most people run on carbohydrates (glucose), studies are now showing that burning fats (ketones) for energy is the healthier alternative[*].
Your body produces three types of ketones:
Beta-hydroxybutyric acid (BHB)
Acetoacetate (AcAc)
They are all made by the liver and used as energy when glucose isn’t present. Of the three ketone bodies, BHB is the one your body can use most effectively for energy. That’s why most exogenous ketones supplements are made out of BHB salts.
AcAc is the precursor of BHB, although it can also be turned into energy. Both BHB and acetoacetate are directly responsible for moving energy from the liver into other tissues in the body.
Acetone is simply a byproduct of making BHB and can’t be used for energy, so it’s excreted through your breath and urine. That’s why breath acetone levels can be used to estimate your level of ketosis with a breath meter. It’s also one of the possible causes of keto breath. Difference Between Exogenous and Endogenous Ketones
Endogenous ketones are ketone bodies produced by your own body as a source of energy. Your liver makes these ketones by breaking down fat when you have restricted carbohydrates long enough. Think of it this way: endo=internal.

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