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Diabetes diets…?

I see on Amazon.com like 5 different diets that promise to heal diabetes, I believe that is a huge claim, especially since the diets are all very different, you know one vegan, one low fat and high carb and another low carb and high protein…does anyone have experience with these type of diets.

Frankly low carb makes the most sense since it is insulin one is trying to control.

Is anyone aware of a website that compares all of these programs?

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One Response to “Diabetes diets…?”

  1. Ollie G says:

    Hello my friend,
    I have tried many different diets, all in an effort to control my blood sugar. The only one that I have great success with is the low carb diet.

    When you eat any type of carbs, they turn into sugar in you blood stream.

    Even a lot of low glycemic foods didn’t work for me (keep in mind that everyones system is different, it is best to experiment and measure your blood sugar, this will let you know exactly what you can eat).

    Also, what I found out the hard way is that large meals (even low carb meals) made my blood sugar go up.

    What I do is follow a low carb diet, keep the meals to a certain size and exercise.

    Here is a sight that you might find useful:
    http://www.diabetes911.net/index.php

    There is a great book called Dr. Bastien’s Diabetes Solution. This book has been a life saver for me.

    Dr. Bernstein has been a type l diabetic since he was around 9 or 10. He is now over 70 years old and is actively practicing medicine.

    He found out how to control his blood sugar and became a doctor at the age of around 45.

    When he was first diagnosed, his life expectancy was less than 40 years of age.

    Even though he is a type l diabetic, the covers both type l & ll
    diabetes in his book.

    He even has a cook book now, with delicious recipes, that are easy to prepare.

    I hope this helps.

    Ollie G
    http://www.df4u2.com

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