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2/28/13 7:11 P

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Hello KXCECIL,

LFRV is a great way to eat especially for diabetics. It is best to either keep your fat intake to 10% or less or go overt-fat free for a while until things are under control.
I personally am going overt fat free for other reasons for the next couple weeks.


When the blood stream is filled with too much fat, sugar gets trapped, spikes and causes all sorts of issues with things like diabetes and candida.


Do you have type 1 or type 2

-Dr. Neal Barnard has a great book called Reversing Diabetes.
-My friend Tasha has a blog & youtube channel about healing her type 1 diabetes with 80/10/10
www.youtube.com/user/tashaleeministr
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www.healthyskinnybeautiful.com/p/men
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-The 80/10/10 book has a section taking about diabetes. That book and Dr. Barnards books should be your go-to

When I come across more I'll make sure to send it your way.

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2/4/13 11:39 A

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Anybody have a reference or resource for information about eating LFRV/811 for someone who is already a diabetic? Are there modifications that should be made?

Thanks.

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