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Does the Low-Carb Effect Last?

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People arguing against a low-carb diet sometimes use the argument that it is too extreme and thus unsustainable in the long run.

But there is plenty of anecdotal evidence proving that that is often not the case. Such as one of Dr. David Unwin’s patients above who has reversed her diabetes and lost weight on low carb – and sustained her amazing progress for six years.

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“To My Delight, It Has Worked!”

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A very happy Viv

Viv’s type 2 diabetes didn’t concern him very much – until his nurse told him that he’d have to start taking insulin. It hit him that he would have to do something, started researching at home and came across LCHF. Continue Reading →

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The Launch of Virta Health – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes in 100 Million People?

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Today is a very exciting day for anyone interested in the potential of low carb to change the world. Today marks the public launch of Virta Health, a well-funded company of 50+ people located in San Francisco.

Virta Health is an online clinic, specialized in reversing type 2 diabetes using a ketogenic diet, modern mobile technology and a staff of awesome physicians and nutrition coaches.

Virta was started back in 2014 by the Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sami Inkinen, with two cofounders and researchers whom every low carber know well: Dr. Stephen Phinney and Dr. Jeff Volek.

I’ve had the privilege of visiting them twice during the last year, while they were still in stealth mode, developing their product and conducting their research. I’ve come away very impressed with their competence and sheer determination. Their mission? Reversing type 2 diabetes in 100 million people by 2025.

Now it’s showtime. Today the first results from their clinical study are published, and they show dramatic improvements in type 2 diabetes, including getting people off many of their diabetes medications:

JMIR Diabetes: A Novel Intervention Including Individualized Nutritional Recommendations Reduces Hemoglobin A1c Level, Medication Use, and Weight in Type 2 Diabetes

Virta Health: Research

I highly recommend visiting their website for much more, including lots of short inspiring video interviews with their type 2 diabetes patients:

We’ll have much more to share about Virta Health in the upcoming weeks, including an interview with the founder Sami Inkinen and a short video documentary about him and Virta Health.

Is it for you?

If you have type 2 diabetes and live in the US you can schedule a consultation with Virta.

Are you a physician who treat patients with type 2 diabetes? Then you can partner with Virta Health to help the patients safely lower blood sugar, lose weight and reduce medications.

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“I Knew Straight Away That This Diet Was the Only Choice for Me”

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Despite intense dieting and exercising to manage her type 1 diabetes, Stephanie kept gaining weight. She started researching on the internet, and after typing in diabetes diet and finding Dr. Bernstein’s work, she had a light-bulb moment and threw out the carbs from her fridge: Continue Reading →

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Type 2 Diabetes Reversal and 100 Pounds Lost in Only 10 Months!

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Before and after

John has been able to reverse his type 2 diabetes, and lose 100 pounds (45 kg) – a nice side effect – in only 10 months. Congratulations – fantastic!

Want to do the same thing? Then you should follow Dr. Jason Fung’s advice on intermittent fasting and a low-carb diet.

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“I Am Still Amazed at the Keto Diet”

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Diana was in shock and denial when she, after months of feeling unwell, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. She followed the guidelines but they were simply not working for her.

Then her partner and a friend mentioned LCHF, and everything changed: Continue Reading →

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Minus 99 Pounds and a Sugar-Free Year – Thank You, LCHF!

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Before and after

After having been tired, depressed and thirsty for some time, Ingela was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. After some googling, she found LCHF. She immediately went strict low carb, and this is what she has achieved in just one year: Continue Reading →

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Fantastic Diabetes Reversal – In Only Four Months!

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We received this fantastic e-mail from a very happy Nikolas, about his quick type 2 diabetes reversal:

Good afternoon,

My name is Nikolas and I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes four months ago. At this moment, the last days of December 2016, I am completely diabetes free without using any medications at all! I am free from any kind of medication. My doctor just used the standard protocol and prescribed Metformin for me but since making my research on your website I decided to go low carb high fat! Continue Reading →

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“How Are You Doing This?”


4.5 out of 5 stars5 stars70%4 stars18%3 stars5%2 stars1%1 star4%74 ratings2,567 views Audio onlyHere’s another case of absolutely stunning type 2 diabetes reversal. Kevin Benjamin’s doctor could hardly believe it.

From an 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 he has.

Watch a segment from it above (transcript). The full 21-minute interview is available on our member site:

“How Are You Doing This?” – Interview with Kevin Benjamin

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Here’s what our members have said about the interview: Continue Reading →

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