Eating low-carb is not currently viewed as an initial recommendation for all people with diabetes. Yet, if people with diabetes have a hard time with carbohydrates, should they be encouraged to attempt to limit them and see what happens? The average patient's blood sugar management hasn'
Do you think low-carb eating should be the first recommendation given to people with diabetes? Particularly if they use insulin?
Sysy Morales asks whether it's important to consider trying low-carb if you have diabetes. Click to read more.
It's pretty much the only thing that works for me. I saw a dietitian who insisted I add things like whole wheat bread to every meal. The minute I quit listening to their advice and just went low carb my
glucose levels were normal. 3 of out my last 4 a1cs have been a 5.7. The other one was a 5.8. Low carb all the way.
low carb is a tool. there are many tools available to people with diabetes. knowing when to use which tool is an important facet of diabetes management.
Yes! It's the only way to maintain normal blood sugars, the sooner the ADA and other organisations wake up to this the better off diabetics will be, they will spend less money on complications down the track aswell.
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