Book Review: Tripping Over The Truth · The Metabolic Theory of Cancer

Book Review: Tripping Over The Truth, The Metabolic Theory of Cancer

This week I had the great opportunity to review an extraordinary book by Travis Christofferson, Tripping Over The Truth. It’s currently one of the best-sellers in Oncology, Cancer and Diseases categories on Amazon.

Christofferson discusses how cancer can be managed and prevented using metabolic therapies and challenges the genetic causes of cancer. The early evidence is that the ketogenic diet is beneficial and can be used to help manage and treat cancer.

This book is well-written and covering everything from the history of cancer treatment, the theory of the restricted ketogenic diet, to practical tips and list of practitioners familiar with metabolic cancer therapies.

Christofferson’s book stands out from other books discussing the metabolic theory of cancer. I found it easier and more fun to read, even without having deep knowledge of this very complicated subject. I love how the author explains complex science through stories of researchers and their findings.

Who is this book for? Everyone who is fighting cancer or knows someone with cancer, including medical professionals, should read this book.

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