Category Archives: Dietitians

People with Diabetes Need Balanced Snacks, Right?

Wrong. People with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes don’t require snacks, and anything eaten between meals should contain as few carbohydrates as possible. I recently joined Pinterest and came across  this link as I was looking  for images to … Continue reading

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The British Dietetic Association a complete unprofessional shambles ?

From the British Dietetic Association website re a recent meeting of members. “Carbohydrate Advice in Type 2 Diabetes – The ‘Hot Potato’ of  ! ! Dietetics?” “The latest UK nutrition guidelines for diabetes suggest an individualised approach to carbohydrate in Type … Continue reading

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Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE. A Dietitian that does not work to a script !

Check out this video  featuring Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE. Franziska is not a diabetic and wants to stay that way. Being a health conscious person she noticed her BG numbers were higher than optimum at certain times. She knew low … Continue reading

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Another Dietitian gets it right !

There are coming to be more and more registered dieticians and registered nutritionists such as myself that are very, very much in line with LCHF diets, especially in reference to diabetics. Before instantly dismissing the advice of a dietician or … Continue reading

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Low-Carb Diets — Research Shows They May Be More Beneficial Than Other Dietary Patterns !

A very interesting read and many thanks indeed to the member of Diabetes.co.uk named badcat for finding this and bringing it to our attention. A snippet from the article… “The Duke study also showed potential of low-carb diets to optimize … Continue reading

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