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Ketogenic Hot Topics Webinar - Mitochondrial Disease and Ketogenic Diet Therapy

Zoe presents the theory of how KDT works in mitochondrial disease and shares her own experience of managing patients with mitochondrial disease with KDT.
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Speaker: 

  • Zoe Simpson - Highly Specialised Paediatric Dietitian, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Zoe presents the theory of how KDT works in mitochondrial disease and shares her own experience of managing patients with mitochondrial disease with KDT.

Topics include:

  • An overview of mitochondrial disease and function of mitochondria
  • Summary of the clinical evidence of efficacy of KDT in mitochondrial disease
  • Case study examples

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