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33. Type 2 Diabetes(T2D) and Low Carbohydrate Diet…Case Studies

In my previous post I referred to research which indicated that T2D can be overcome by switching to a diet with a relatively low content of carbohydrate. In this post I will present a few case studies based on the personal experience of individuals. The first is from Dr John Briffa’s blog(1). It is information

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17. The Increasing Consumption of Sugar and the Relationship with Obesity/Diabetes

  The possibility that excessive sugar consumption is the cause of many aspects of ill-health goes back a long way. Obesity was first observed in the wealthy who would have been the only people who could afford to buy sugar. Diabetes, hypertension and obesity were first recorded in England, France and Germany which are the

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1. Introduction to an Alternative View on Nutrition #LowCarb

For the past 30 years or so, Healthy Eating has been actively promoted by governments, public health professions with support from the food industries. It is now evident many people are actively implementing the dietary recommendations. Despite this, the incidence of obesity continues to increase to such an extent that it is now regarded as

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