KEN Theory

Treatment during a cycle

Patients, during the cycle, undergo a therapy that reduces gastric secretion, which tends to be overly stimulated by the infusion of proteins.

They must also perform a routine bowel washes to remove residual food in the intestines and to prevent clogging of the colon.

The KEN results in an increased sensitivity to the anti-hypertensive and anti-diabetic drugs. This MUST BE SUSPENDED FOR THE DURATION OF THE KEN and must be taken again immediately upon the resumption of a normal diet. However, it’s essential to control blood sugar and blood pressure levels: If blood sugar or pressure exceeds the maximum value of 160 the centre must be contacted immediately.

All other medications should be taken as normal and in the usual recommended doses.