Certain circumstances require an individual to be on a carbohydrate restricted diet:
Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy
Inborn Errors of Carbohydrate Metabolism
The Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy
The ketogenic diet has been used to control seizures since the 1920's. It fell out of use with the development of medications, but under went a resurgence in the early 1990's as it became and still remains a popular form of therapy for seizure control.
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The ketogenic diet is high in fat and low in carbohydrate. Fruit, vegetables, dairy products and meat, which are sources of nutrients are all very limited in intake, thus putting an individual at risk for vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
Supplementation is extremely important to individuals on a restricted diet, particularly those who need to limit the amount of carbohydrate.
NanoVM contains only 0.003g (0.006 g in 100% of the DRI's ) of carbohydrate per scoop.
Carbohydrate "Free" - 1 scoop contains only 0.003 g carbohydrate, an insignificant amount of carbohydrate.
Perfect source of 13 vitamins and 12 minerals - these 13 vitamins and 12 minerals were carefully studied by a scientific committee in North America. Ideal amounts of each nutrient were determined for specific age groups. Just 2 scoops per day provide 100% of the DRI's.
No medicinal after-taste - intended to be mixed (hidden) in foods that children eat without largely affecting taste.