Ketogenic diets are well established as a successful anticonvulsant therapy based on overlap between mechanisms postulated to underlie pain and inflammation and mechanisms postulated to underlie therapeutic effects of ketogenic diets recent studies have explored the ability for ketogenic diets to reduce pain. Ketogenic diets may also benefit chronic pain its noteworthy that the anti inflammatory effects of a ketogenic diet were confirmed considering systemic low grade inflammation plays a major role in chronic pain. With a ketogenic diet there is an increase in the amount of beta hydroxybutyrate which could then help reduce inflammation by blocking the nlrp inflammasome the anti inflammatory effects of keto foods as you can see there are several metabolic mechanisms that can help explain the anti inflammatory effects of a ketogenic diet. What you eat can largely impact inflammation in both a positive and negative way and a well formulated ketogenic diet is a great tool to help minimize inflammation keto naturally reduces some of the most inflammatory foods like refined sugars and carbohydrates but as with any diet certain foods are healthier than others. How ketogenic diets curb inflammation in the brain swanson and his colleagues found the previously undiscovered mechanism by which a low carbohydrate diet reduces inflammation in the brain importantly the team identified a pivotal protein that links the diet to inflammatory genes which if blocked could mirror the anti inflammatory
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