Any Way You Can – A beginner’s guide to ketones for life

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Any Way You Can – A beginner’s guide to ketones for life

Author(s): Dr. Annette Bosworth

Publish Date: February 2018

 

Difficulty Level: Medium Read

Highlights from Any Way You Can:

This book is a great primer on Keto, fasting, and why the two go so beautifully together, but it is also much more than that. It is the story of a physician fighting to save her mother’s life after almost a decade of battling Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia.

The title of the book comes from the answer to the question, “Doc, what would you do if the person you loved most was dying of cancer?” 

“Fight it, any way you can!”

While it has been known for some time that cancer feeds on glucose (aka sugar) and that fasting and/or reducing glucose can improve the outcomes of several types of cancer. It is, for oncology, a relatively new space and a very active area of research.

Dr. Boz’s story of navigating this journey first as a guinea pig herself and then guiding her mother through it is an incredible story of love, determination, and inspiration. Plus she lays out a clear plan for how to go from zero Keto experience to becoming fully fat adapted. 

It is a must read if you are interested in exploring keto, if you or a loved one have cancer, or if you are curious about the miraculous healing benefits of fasting.

About Dr. Boz:

Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Annette Bosworth, MD is an Internal Medicine physician with over 22 years of experience helping patients overcome long-term, chronic conditions through lifestyle adjustment, preventive medicine, and other therapeutic paths.

She’s been mentioned in media outlets ranging from CNN, Time, US News & World Report, to Fox News. In addition to medicine, she loves lecturing in town halls, jails, churches and universities. From politics to mission work, she lets her faith lead her to the next chapter of life-always looking for teachable moments.

Along with her husband, she savors the adventure of raising three energetic, fast-growing sons through debate, wrestling, music, and theater. Always fighting for the underdog, she encourages patients with chronic health problems to “Fight it ANYWAY YOU CAN. Ketones for Life.”

 

Publisher’s Summary:

In her debut publication, “Anyway You Can,” Dr. Annette Bosworth, M.D., chronicles her mother’s journey to overcome a bleak cancer diagnosis without the harsh side effects of chemotherapy. The 365-page book inspires patients around the globe to take control of their health. Since its release in February 2018, the book has reached Amazon Top Seller status both in print and audiobook form on Amazon and led more than 50,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel, Dr. Boz.

“Dr. Boz” is a Sioux Falls-based internal medicine physician with 20 years of experience helping patients overcome long-term, chronic conditions through lifestyle adjustment, preventive medicine, and other therapeutic paths.

In addition to medicine and her newfound writing and video ventures, Dr. Boz empowers audiences at town halls, jails, churches and universities through her powerful medical testimony. In seminars, radio shows, and lectures, she encourages those faced with tough odds to “fight it Anyway You Can.”

 You can find Any Way You Can hardback, ebook, and audio versions here! 

 

  • Here are a few other fasting resources you may enjoy:
    • The Fasting Cure – Lessons from fasting in the early 1900’s – Upton Sinclair (1878-1968), former American Pulitzer Prize winning writer, political activist, and the 1934 Democratic Party nominee for Governor of California shares his tips on fasting in his book The Fasting Cure.
    • Dopamine as a Superpower in Your Life–This resource is wildly different than what typically appears here. This interview between Anna Lembke (MD at Stanford Medical school) and serial entrepreneur, Tom Bilyeu centers on the benefits of fasting within Lembke’s new book: Dopamine Nation – Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence. 
    • Some of Dr. Jason Fung and Dr. Megan Ramos’ other books: The Obesity Code, The Diabetes Code, and The Cancer Code

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