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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 Eyes have it Part 2

  Following on with my two previous Eyes posts, namely. ‘The Eyes Have It – Introduction’ and ‘The Eyes Have it Part 1’. I now have another Part for you to read.Here is ‘The Eyes Have it Part 2’. These … Continue reading

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Mark Sisson: It’s a way of eating and a lifestyle

A short video but worth a watch. Paul

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Low-carb diet gets more support from new analysis

I find so many of us have found the same to be true-A snippet from the article below… “As people fire up their grills for barbecues over Labor Day weekend, a new analysis touts the benefits of a low-carb, meat-lovers’ diet. A … Continue reading

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Dr. Jay Wortman: 2013 Low-Carb Cruise Lecture.

A must watch from our friend and fellow diabetic Dr Jay Wortman: Graham  

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Latest approach to diabetes, eat like your grandparents !

And we’re all familiar with the advice – get moving, lose weight, reduce fat in your diet. But one expert is suggesting that the solution could be a diet low in carbohydrates and high in fat. Professor Grant Schofield, from … Continue reading

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“There may be a tipping point approaching” Jay Wortman MD

“There may be a tipping point approaching. I was invited to debate the merits of a low-carb diet for diabetes at a big conference last week. It was a combination of the Canadian Diabetes Association annual conference with the annual … Continue reading

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New early warning test to tackle diabetes

I found this article earlier and although the principle is a positive step forward in the prevention of type 2 diabetes,it can only really be useful as a tool in conjunction with correct dietary advice and the correct dietary information is … 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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Drop the carbs and drop your trig levels !

“After years of low-carb dieting myself and of taking care of thousands of patients on low-carb diets, I can tell you one thing with pretty much certainty: Low-carb diets reduce triglyceride levels markedly. And I can tell you that low-carb … Continue reading

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