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Sunday, 8 May 2011

The Penguin Patrol

The penguin !

“Extreme low carbing is based on dropping starchy carbs and replacing with increased fats and protein… Problem with fat’s a fatty meal not only takes longer to digest but it is also insulin resistant to foods that contain a lot of fat needs more insulin to tackle it!”

The facts !

The impact of particular foods on blood glucose can vary greatly between individuals and testing after meals is recommended to figure out which foods to safely include in your diet. In broad terms, carbohydrates have a large impact on blood glucose levels, protein much less, and fats have little if any effect.



Anonymous said...

Fats need more Insulin. This person knows nothing about diabetes control.

Ray Davies said...

Hi Eddie!

I'm glad you're still fighting the good fight against a tide of ignorant, arrogant bigots.

I'm at a loss to understand how, with so many years of posting about low carbing, they can still get it so wrong.

All the best,


Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Ray

Thanks for the comment. If any of the antis had a clue, It would make some sense. What motivates these chumps, its beyond my uderstanding, jealousy maybe ?


Graham said...

Dear Penguin

I Just had a quick poll of team members asking how many were on a 20g ketogenic or Atkins induction phase diet, not one of the nine members of the team said they were any lower than 30g, so no extreme lowcarbers here then.

As you seem completely obsessed with “extreme lowcarbing” it may be that your suffering from OCD, perhaps you would benefit from professional help, a few counselling sessions could go a long way in helping you overcome your problem.

Kind regards