so jaminet & others say some amount of carbs (glucose) is needed for immune health. we all know that active people need more carbs, and probably even plenty of fructose to stay healthy.
yes, ray peat makes plenty of sense when you try out his ideas, and practically they are not that far off from what kresser, jaminet, and some others think. (offal, shellfish, coconut oil, grass fed meats & broths, fat soluble vitamins, pro-anabolic/youth hormones anti-stress pro-thyroid pro-immune system)
(lustig doesn't count in my book because i can't take anti-sugar advice from an obese man)
jaminet also says that ketosis is useful for some problems, and that only by seeing how you feel during ketosis will give a level of diagnosis about what possible infections you may have.
my question is, if carbs help the immune system, and ketosis also seems to help the immune system in some cases, do we as a culture have a list of what kinds of health issues are helped by ketosis, and which are helped by more carbs?
is there a useful list of types of chronic infections somewhere? can we generate a useful list?