Low carb awareness increasing in India

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Low-carb diets are taking the world with storm, and the people of India are not late to catch on to it.

After Rajesh Dudeja discovered that he suffered from type 2 diabetes, his endocrinologist recommended a low-fat lower-carb diet along with insulin injections to manage the disease. His blood sugars improved significantly, but he still didn’t feel well and couldn’t lose weight. Fortunately he found out about low-carb, high-fat diets, lost 36 kg (79 lbs) and was able to stop taking all medications.

Rajesh’s story is not uncommon. Many people who try LCHF discover that their blood sugars improve significantly, and that they can lose weight without hunger. India has massive problems with type 2 diabetes, so there’s no end to the positive impact it could have there:

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  1. Tim H
    On Sunday, 01Jul18, the first "PaleoCon18" conference for Health Care Professionals will take place in the city of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu state, India. Paleo in India is essentially LCHF. This conference has been organized by medical professionals who are members of the facebook group http://www.facebook.com/groups/tamilhealth. The FB group is for Tamil-speaking members of the public. Founded in 2013, as on date it has 543,000 members. Yes, low carb awareness is increasing in India....by leaps and bounds!

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