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Low-Carb Helping Diabetics
The use of low-carb nutrition for diabetes is changing lives.
Enjoying low-carb meals immediately stabilises blood sugars, reduces complications of chronic high blood sugars, stabilises hunger and produces more immediate and sustained weight loss than any other lifestyle change.
Low-carb for diabetes is rapidly becoming the number one lifestyle change for those with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
Begin by learning this - reversing Type 2 diabetes, starts by ignoring the guidelines.
Low-Carb Nutrition For Diabetes - Recommended Resources
Low-Carb For Diabetes - what is insulin resistance and the law of small numbers?
For decades, those with diabetes (both type 1 and type 2) have been told centre their diet around carbohydrates, many being counselled to consume 250+ grams of carbohydrates per day. They have been told to eat what you like, then medicate for it.
No one needs to consume 250+ grams of carbohydrates per day, let alone those who are intolerant to carbohydrates.
By eating real food, you become low-carb almost by default.
Low-Carb For Diabetes - what is insulin resistance?
If you have ever heard the term "insulin resistance" you may be wondering what is it and do you have it?
If you are always hungry, cannot control your appetite, have belly fat, can never lose weight no matter how hard you try, have been diagnosed as a pre-diabetic, then chances are - you have insulin resistance.
Low-Carb For Diabetes - diary of a diabetic kid
A superb video diary/documentary of a diabetic kid, and interviews with other young T1 diabetics. He talks about how he was diagnosed, what he was told to eat and how he turned his control around by ignoring the guidelines.
Their common question is - "why are diabetics continued to be told to eat what you like, then medicate for it"?
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