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The ketogenic diet has been prescribed medically as a regimen for children with refractory seizures. It has since gained popularity recently as a weight loss strategy. This diet is important to understand because of its effect on overall body physiology in order to best counsel patients, especially as patients may be bringing it up more frequently as a current "fad diet"!
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