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Clinical review: Ketones and brain injury

Published by kokhongw in the blog kokhongw's blog. Views: 236

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3219306/
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Neuroprotective effects of ketones
Neuroprotection is the mechanisms and strategies that, once implemented, may lead to salvage, recovery or regeneration of the nervous system. Ketones may have a neuroprotective effect (see Figure Figure1).1). Ketones represent an alternative fuel for both the normal and the injured brain [43].


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