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Help Manage Your Medical Ketogenic Diet with KetoCal® Formula

Medical ketogenic diets may seem complex and demanding. That’s why people rely on KetoCal. It’s a powdered or ready-to-drink formula that is nutritionally complete to help make following a medical ketogenic diet easier.

Did you Know?

KetoCal is the most researched brand of medical ketogenic diet formulas, backed by over 25 years.



KetoCal is the most researched, reviewed and published formula designed for the medical ketogenic diet.1-6

  • Backed by more than 30 medical publications7
  • Clinically substantiated to help reduce seizures
  • Clinically substantiated as safe and well tolerated, with minimal side effects


KetoCal for Tube-Feeding

Research suggests that an all-liquid ketogenic diet may even be more effective than a solid food ketogenic diet. This is perhaps because there is less room for errors with measuring foods and the restrictiveness that may be seen with an oral diet is not present with an all-liquid diet, consumed orally or by feeding tube.8,9

KetoCal formulas offer a wide range of options, from powders to liquids, 2.5:1, 3:1 and 4:1 ratio formulas that are convenient, easy to consume, and also perfect for tube feeding.

See How KetoCal Has Changed Lives

Using KetoCal made the medical ketogenic diet so much easier. I don’t have to worry about the ratios when making Logan’s food because everything is already in there.

References: 1. Sampaio LPB, et al. (2017). The use of a formula-based ketogenic diet in children with refractory epilepsy. Arq Neuropsiquiatr., 75:234-7. 2. Weijenberg, A., et al. (2018). Ketogenic Diet in Refractory Childhood Epilepsy: Starting With a Liquid Formulation in an Outpatient Setting. Child neurology open, 5, 2329048X18779497. 3. Ashrafi, M. R., et al. (2017). The efficacy of the ketogenic diet in infants and young children with refractory epilepsies using a formula-based powder. Acta neurologica Belgica, 117(1), 175–182. 4. El-Rashidy, O. F., et al. (2013). Modified Atkins diet vs classic ketogenic formula in intractable epilepsy. Acta neurologica Scandinavica, 128(6), 402–408. 5. Karimzadeh, P., et al. (2019). Effects of a Formula-Based Ketogenic Diet on Refractory Epilepsy in 1 to 3 Year-Old Patients under Classic Ketogenic Diet. Iranian journal of child neurology, 13(4), 83–90. 6. Pires, M. E., et al. (2013). Ketogenic diet for infantile spasms refractory to first-line treatments: an open prospective study. Epilepsy research, 105(1-2), 189–194. 7. A comprehensive list available upon request. 8. Kossoff, E. H., et al. (2004). Benefits of an all-liquid ketogenic diet. Epilepsia, 45(9), 1163. 9. Coppola, G., et al. (2010). Ketogenic diet for the treatment of catastrophic epileptic encephalopathies in childhood. European journal of paediatric neurology : EJPN : official journal of the European Paediatric Neurology Society, 14(3), 229–234.

Always consult with your ketogenic healthcare team before starting on a medical ketogenic diet or making changes to your or your child’s diet or epilepsy management.

KetoCal® is a medical food for the dietary management of intractable epilepsy and is intended for use under medical supervision. Talk to your healthcare provider about whether KetoCal is right for you.