See it! Taste it! Believe it!! End Epilepsy With Food.
The Carley Eissman Foundation is here to educate on epilepsy therapy through food. Our desire, beyond written words, is that you will find what you need to educate yourself on eating a certain way to help you or someone close to you stop having seizures. Our deepest heartfelt wish, is that we would of had a website like this one when Carley was diagnosed with epilepsy and medication did not work for her.
We will dedicate the rest of our lives helping others to understand dietary therapies. This will forever honor our beautiful, vibrant daughter, Carley, who had so much living to do! Unfortunately, We lost our Carley on April 25th, 2011 on a sunny beautiful spring day from an accident.
Now, we are going to do it for her! Education is the key. We always told Carley, it was like a battle in a boxing ring, her against epilepsy. She beat it and now, Mom, Dad, and her two brothers have stepped in the ring. We will never stop, we can’t.CEF is a resource and place to come to learn strategies on how to lower seizure occurrences for adults and children through food education and to help victims of epilepsy find the right path towards a healthier life.
WHAT IS CARLEY’S CARBLESS KITCHEN
Enjoy the video below on how Carley’s Carbless Kitchen can help educate on epilepsy therapy through food.
Meet Carley Eissman
This is a journey through Carley’s wonderful life. We will honor her forever.
CEF at USC Officially Joined Forces
CEF signs over first major donation to USC Keck School of Neurology.
FEATURED CARB-LESS RECIPE:
Hazelnut Chicken Fingers w/ Spicy Mayo
This dish combines the perfect combination between seafood and carbless eating.View Recipe
MAD COOKING CLASS FALL SCHEDULE
We just released the schedule for the MAD cooking class fall schedule held at our kitchen at USC.
CEF Had Our First Carb-Less Cook Class
The Carley Eissman Foundation had our first carb-less cooking class at our kitchen in the Keck School of Medicine! It was a great success! Thank you to everyone who is joining us to help families learn about how food can hopefully stop their seizures.