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“[Dr. Patrick] Hwu, a tumor immunologist, has been following the ketogenic diet himself for six years, long before it was trending on social media. As a leading cancer doctor, he has many patients asking him for the ideal diet while they go through treatment and he often suggests keto. … [Hwu notes] that keto makes sense because his patients are not hungry on it, it manages their weight and blood sugar levels and keeps insulin and IGF-1 levels low — two proteins that have been shown to drive some cancers. ‘I feel that fat intake has been overly emphasized as a negative factor and that a high intake of carbs and the subsequent spikes in insulin and IGF-1 (an insulin-like hormone in the blood) that they cause are more harmful to health overall.’”Read the article Is the Keto Diet Healthy? A Cancer Doctor Explains Why He's Been on Keto for 6 Years