Dr. D’Agostino is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida College Of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology where he develops and tests metabolic therapies, including alternative energy substrates and ketogenic agents for neurological disorders, cancer and wound healing. While studying the effects of gasses on the brains of Navy Seal divers, he developed an approach for metabolically starving cancer cells through diet and compressed oxygen, replacing chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation.

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22 Replies to “Starving cancer: Dominic D’Agostino at TEDxTampaBay”

  1. Dr.Sebi already taught all of this and was sued by the government and won. He died mysteriously in police custody and now all these white folks are acting like they came up with this knowledge.RIP DR.SEBI. Yet another thing that these folks have stolen from Black people.

  2. I'm a chronic cluster head and I'm using ketodiet to control my clusters. At today, i'have had a total remission for 9 months. If drugs don't work, or simply if you are tired of side effects, definitely you have to give it a try!

  3. Bravo, Dr D. we need more medical scientist like you. It saved a few of my loved ones' health, some very serious, when I practiced on them what I learnt from Dr. D early 2013. one of my loved ones, who's a SEAL for 14 years himself, didn't know about this experiment but now is also cutting on his carb intake. But being young and heavily trained, he wasn't aware of the damaging effect of carb on him. Please spread the good words! Thanks

  4. This is an interesting video and I'm very glad that there is a diet for those who have drug resistant seizure disorders. What I was curious about is the gut microbiome of those with this condition. It would be cool to know what their biota measures like before and after the introduction of the diet that reduces / eliminates the seizures. I ask this because I am wondering if the changes in organisms in the gut producing (or reducing) by products of digestion have anything to do with this problem. For example, if one particular species increases with the new diet, could supplementation of the species alone or in addition to the diet help the seizures.

  5. Dr.Dominic thank you so much for all of your hard work! I have listened to a lot of your interviews, and your work is such an inspiration. I experiment with myself in Keto all the time, I hope to find out why it was so hard for your keno-adaptation (because mine has been brutal is well) Your so polite, its so funny to me that people keep getting your name wrong- and you dont correct them! Please keep up the great work!

  6. As a method of healing cancer, I don't understand how Keto can negate
    the fact that you eat eggs/meat/dairy and these animal proteins increase
    IGF1 which increases chances of cancer growth, so unless there is
    something that protects or stops IGF1 from affecting growth. do the fats
    stop this? And also if someone coming from a vegan or very low protein
    diet swithes to keto doesn't this tax the kidneys?
    I was diagnosed with cholesterolosis (gallbladder polyps made from
    cholesterol on the GB wall) last year and last month diagnosed with
    Fatty Liver and so now my strategy is to severely restrict my carb
    intake so that my liver will start to use up this fat in my liver, I was
    just worried about my kidneys and cancer, seeing as animal proteins
    will increase IGF1, so I just don't understand how keto diets or eating
    animal protein help protects against cancer I always thought IGF1
    increases the chances of cancer.
    I want to reduce my feeding window to about 5 to 7hrs so basically I
    will be fasting everyday, I'm not doing a full fast because I have been
    taking meds for 20yrs (paxil and prilosec – tapering slowly off these
    drugs now) and so can't fast whilst on these meds.
    I want to be taking 800cal per day in two meals, I did see a documentary
    of one guy who did this and reversed his fatty liver (with before and
    after scans for proof) he followed this 800cal very low carb diet and
    reached his goal after two months, obviously can't ingest too many fats
    as they'll send you over 800cal quickly.

    What I don't understand is that some diets like the McDougall and Gerson
    don't include any animal proteins, as they say they drive cancer growth
    and yet keto says that their way can heal cancer, I don't get it, can
    anybody explain please.

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