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Managing Blood Sugar in Type 1 Diabetes by Eating Low Carb

Is a low-carb diet good for managing blood sugar in diabetes type 1? Sure. It’s been shown in studies and many people have experienced it. Including this tech blogger, who just wrote a detailed analysis of his experiences:

Diabetes and Tech: Managing Glycaemic Variability by Eating Low Carb. Does It Work?

High blood glucose variability is a risk factor in diabetes, since it amplifies the risk of diabetes complications such as retinopathy, neuropathy and nephropathy – as well as the risk of hypos.

Low carb stabilizes blood sugar and keeps it within range more than a “regular” diet, meaning that diabetes risks should be significantly lowered.

Do you agree that a low-carb diet is better for managing type 1 diabetes?

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Professor Noakes: How Incorrect Dietary Management Cause Diabetes to Be a Progressive Disease

This post by Professor Tim Noakes was first published at The Noakes Foundation.

My interest in the dietary management of diabetes stems from watching my father’s rapid downward physical descent in the years after he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM); the diagnosis of T2DM in myself; and my reading of the “alternative” literature which convinces me that T2DM does not have to be an inevitably progressive disease.

My conclusion is that unlike my father, it is not my pre-ordained fate to die from the final common pathway in fatal T2DM – disseminated obstructive arterial disease. But to achieve that I will have to ignore what I was taught and which, in turn, I have conveyed to 2 generations of students. Continue Reading →

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Diabetic Patient Achieves Normal Blood Glucose – in Three Days!

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Is it possible to achieve normal blood sugar within just three days, even if you’re a long-term type 2 diabetic? The answer is absolutely, according to this great diabetes story:

Low Carb RN: Long-Term Type 2 Achieves Normal BG in 3 Days

In just three months, the senior man was able to cut his insulin dosages in half – despite having been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for 20 years. He also increased his energy and lost belly weight. How? By eating a low-carb diet of course.

How come this is not standard diabetes treatment yet?

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Reversing Diabetes By Ignoring the Guidelines – Full Interview


4.9 out of 5 stars5 star92%4 star4%3 star0%2 star2%1 star0%67 ratings3,516 viewsCan you reverse diabetes by ignoring the guidelines? That’s what Dr. Sarah Hallberg says, and she should know because she has lots of experience helping her patients do that.

This interview has only been available on our member site, but now everyone can watch it above. Enjoy – and feel free to share it.

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“Golden Health is Golden Wealth”

Before and after

Before and after

Matt Montauk found himself overweight and – to his surprise – diabetic. He got motivated to make a drastic change and found Diet Doctor.

This is what happened when he jumped into the LCHF lifestyle: Continue Reading →

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Q&A: How Do You Know if Insulin Is High or Low?

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What if weight loss is slow and you know that insulin causes fat storage? Is there then a way to know that insulin is low to make sure that you lose weight?

The answer to his and other questions – for example, how do you know if you’re eating enough fat? – in this week’s Q&A with Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt: Continue Reading →

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Lowering Blood Glucose in Type 2 Diabetes Lowers Risk of Eye Damage

Lowering blood glucose in type 2 diabetes using medications dramatically lowers risk of eye damage (diabetic retinopathy), according to a new study:

Health Central: How You Can Cut Your Risk of Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes Journals: Persistent Effects of Intensive Glycemic Control on Retinopathy in Type 2 Diabetes

By keeping your blood glucose in check with medications, you can cut your risk of getting eye complications by half. The only tiny problem is that the study (ACCORD) also showed that the drugs increased mortality. That is, they killed more people than they saved.

Is there a better way than using drugs? For example, normalizing blood glucose using a simple dietary change? If so that would be fantastic.

Fortunately it’s likely to be quite possible. Check out the links below.

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How Kevin Benjamin Reversed His Type 2 Diabetes

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Here’s another case of absolutely stunning type 2 diabetes reversal. Kevin Benjamin’s doctor could hardly believe it.

From insanely high blood sugar with an A1c of 12.7 – despite medication – to completely normal sugars, with no medications! Plus he lost most of his excess weight. All with a couple of simple lifestyle changes, not including more exercise.

You can probably guess what he did (yes, it includes low carb and some intermittent fasting). In this interview Kevin Benjamin shares his best tips and tricks for how to do it, and keep it up for five years like him.

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The full interview is now available (with captions and transcript) for members:

How Kevin Benjamin Reversed His Type 2 Diabetes

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