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A change in position by the American Diabetes Association

Monday, April 21, 2014

I just found this article earlier today in " Diabetes Spectrum", a publication by the American Diabetes Association and thought it was interesting that there seems to be a much greater openness toward low-carbohydrate diets for diabetics and also towards the consumption of saturated fats.
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What do you think?
I started a thread about this article in the nutrion section of the messageboards as well.

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  • v SANDRALEET
    I follow the balanced Diabetic diet With fat crabs protean milk fruit vegetables bread for the last month for my pree diabetic and got my sugar levels in control Doctor says my sugar level real good I night reverse it soon ..
    764 days ago
  • v WOUBBIE
    Wow. That is a DRAMATIC turnaround. Yay!
    764 days ago
  • v EXOTEC
    Great article. It's a relief to see some authorities finally opening the doors on what many of us have known for quite a while. While the author isn't officially ADA, at least his viewpoint is endorsed sufficiently by the ADA to publish in their journal.

    About time.

    BTW -- there's also a very interesting article linked on that page (sidebar) about TCM in diabetes. A very nice overview of that philosophy.

    Thanks for the post!

    764 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Very interesting article! I was also interested in the information about T3 and free T3 conversion as I have thyroid disease as well (Hashimotos). This makes is sooooooo difficult to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

    Thanks for the information.
    765 days ago
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