Remi Savioz Glut1 Foundation

The RSG1 Foundation is currently privately funding new therapies for the treatment of brain tumors and cancers. Innovative therapies are expected to produce additional treatment options that will increase the survival rate of pediatric and adult brain tumor patients.

Keto-Oncological Consulting Services LLC. &amp; the RSG1 Foundation are working together to provide</b>medical testing supplies for brain tumor and cancer patients who require testing supplies to manage their  therapeutic blood levels while on the KD protocol.  This is being done in conjunction with a 30 minute complimentary consultation provided by Keto-Oncological Consulting Services LLC. via the RSG1 Foundations “Save A Brain Campaign.”  Other keto-consulting services are available with through a donation to the RSG1 Foundation.

The mission of the RSG1 Foundation is to fund research, awareness and education of Glucose Transporters and Glucose Metabolism which affect the treatment of brain tumors, cancer, Alzheimer’s,Glucose Transporter Type 1 Deficiency Syndrome (Glut1 DS), epilepsy, ALS, heart disease and diabetes.

RSG1 is interested in funding the advancement of novel treatment and therapy approaches such as the Ketogenic Diet and Ketone Ester.

Research and education of these progressive alternatives have been shown to help children and adults suffering from brain tumors, cancer and neurodegenerative disease.

RSG1 is committed and invested in these type of initiatives in order to save lives!

The RSG1 Foundation was founded in January 2010 by Samra R. Savioz, to raise funds that will enable the advancement of therapies and treatments for diseases affected by Glucose Transporters and Glucose Metabolism.  These diseases include brain tumors, cancer, Glut1 DS, diabetes, ALS, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and neurodegenerative disease, as well as to raise money to support patient needs, awareness and education.

Ms.Savioz founded RSG1 after being told by researchers that little could be done to help her daughter Remi ,who was diagnosed with a rare brain disease due to a lack of funding.

www.remisglut1foundation.com