Here’s the front of today’s The Times – fantastic news for low carb. A big pilot study of 120,000 people signed up for an online low-carb program at Diabetes.co.uk found big improvements in weight and blood sugars (not surprisingly). This by totally ignoring official high-carb diet advice.
Most of the Times article is behind a paywall but you can read more about it here:
- The Telegraph: Low-Carb Diet Helps Control Diabetes, New Study Suggests
- Mail Online: Thousands of diabetics adopt high-protein low-carb diet in backlash against official NHS eating plan
- The Times: Low-carb diet helps to control diabetes
You can sign up for the diabetes.co.uk low-carb program here. Note that this is a very liberal low-carb program, allowing around 100 grams of carbs per day, so it’s not the most effective.
For a stronger effect on weight and blood sugar you could instead choose our strict low-carb program with below 20 grams per day.
Both programs are free.