The $64000 question does a low carb diet have a role in preventing cancer? I believe it does, and here is why. Type two diabetes is a chronic disease, it's primary cause is insulin resistance. There are around 400 million diabetics in the world, approximately 90% type two, almost all type two diabetics are insulin resistant. It is estimated countless millions are pre-diabetic.
A person can be pre-diabetic and insulin resistant for up to 10 years before type two diabetes diagnosis. Some experts have said up to 15 years. The fact is, most of these people do not know they are insulin resistant, until it is too late, and they become full blown type two diabetics. Of the 90% type two diabetics, approximately 80% are overweight, many rated as obese. A point worth noting, a person can be very slim, never overweight and be a type two insulin resistant diabetic, as is Graham.
Sounds too good to be true, many medical professionals and researchers, may say I am talking nonsense, but bear this in mind. For decades most of the medical professionals, have been recommending a high carb low fat diet to diabetics. That advice has proved to be disastrous, on an epic scale. Could it be, Doctors will be serving their patients well, by recommending a low carb diet, to ward off cancer. Only time will tell, but one thing is for sure, a low carb diet is proving to be the salvation of diabetics all over the world.
“The reality is that over the years, and around the world we have killed literally millions of diabetics by advising them to eat a high-carb diet and avoid fats. Only now is it being recognised that previous advice was and remains useless, dangerous and scientifically illiterate"