“Type 2 diabetes management can be pretty simple”

Dr. Kesar Sadhra has eleven years of experience using low carb for managing type 2 diabetes. Early on, he felt that introducing insulin was not a good idea, which lead him to investigate if there was a better way.

He advises aspiring doctors that managing type 2 diabetes can be pretty simple as long as you eat low carb. Medications are not the first line of treatment, and the doctor will enjoy helping people to change their diets.

Watch a new part of the interview above, where he explains how he practically helps patients make big dietary changes over time (transcript). The full video is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

“Type 2 diabetes management can be pretty simple” – Dr. Kesar Sadhra

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One comment

  1. Tracey
    Proper diet and exercise is always important when it comes to getting a handle on your diabetes, but there's a lot more than that you need to focus on if you hope to lead a normal lifestyle. Read the tips contained in the article and you might just find some useful information on how to handle diabetes.
    I find peanut butter is an excellent way to satisfy a craving for something sweet when you're diabetic. It contains healthy fats and is relatively low in sugar, so grab a spoon and dig in. Lick it like a lollipop and it will outlast any craving you have. Be careful if you put it on crackers or bread because you will need to include those carbohydrates in your daily counts!! For more info check out https://diddablog.com/diabetes

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