World Epilepsy Day | Discussion | Dietary interventions for epilepsy

What can be done to treat epilepsy 1

JOHANNESBURG - Having epilepsy does not need to be a debilitating or even life-threatening disease. Peter Olivier is a testament to that. He was seven years old when he was diagnosed with refractory epilepsy.

When he was 19, he decided to change his diet to a ketogenic one, which helped to keep him seizure free for four years.

Jayne Bullen Chief Operating Officer at the Noakes Foundation discussed complementary and alternative therapies with eNCA.

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