When he was born there was no complications we brought him home and He was hitting his milestones. We started noticing that he was just wasn’t acting like himself anymore. And then we started seeing the spasms. Nutrition referred us to GI specialist at Children’s and They did a full workup on him and everything was good. So we’re like well what’s going on and why is he having these spasms? about a week later We were able to see a neurologist and he has epilepsy. He has something called epileptic spasms or infantile spasms, which is one of the worst types of epilepsy in Childhood. The prognosis was not good. He was perfectly Normal, he started having the seizures and I was telling me that he may never be Like his peers, they might not ever walk or talk. We had to make the seizure stop. So, he is Prescribed medications. It was a trial and error. That one didn’t work. Let’s try this one. That one didn’t work Let’s try this one. I was feeling really hopeless I Thought that I was gonna lose my child to a seizure The ketogenic diet is a very special inverse strict diet. It’s basically high-fat Low-carbohydrate and medium protein diet basically alter the chemistry in the brain Allowing different feel for the brain that tends to make the brain calmer from a seizure standpoint. It seems extreme. You don’t think that a diet Would eventually replace medication. We have like a menu here of how many grams have to weigh out of each individual ingredient Mm-hmm eats for lunch. He has a steamed broccoli chicken breast This has butter and coconut oil mixed in there and heavy cream He can’t eat anything else, but what’s on this menu and everything has to be measured out. mmm This is seizure-free for about over a year. Someone’s excited. Completely not in that he’s he’s completely a different child today than what he was when I first saw him. I was told he he may never walk. He may never talk and now he’s walking. Yeah. He can’t believe it. I don’t know if he’ll completely grow out of the Epilepsy. But in in his cases, we just hope that he continues to develop. I know if he will speak and it’ll be some time before he does. He’s just on his time. His Santi time.