By: Melia Robinson
Jul. 21, 2017, 11:18 AM
It was 2 o'clock on a Tuesday, and I felt surprisingly awake. Attentive. Even productive.
I love my job, but on a normal afternoon, I find myself searching for distractions in the depths of my inbox and on Facebook.
That Tuesday in June was different. I knocked out one to-do list item after the next. I felt not just focused, but genuinely happy and relieved to be making so much progress.
It was the moment I realized how effective the ketogenic diet could be.
The "keto" diet is experiencing a surge in popularity thanks to Silicon Valley tech workers who evangelize its ability to promote weight loss, boost energy, and possibly prolong life itself.
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