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Monday, 19 March 2018

Dr. Troy Stapleton: "Low Carb Management of Type 1 Diabetes"



Dr. Troy Stapleton graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1993 and completed his fellowship training as a Radiologist in 2005. Currently he is the Director of Radiology for the Sunshine Coast Health Service.

"In this inspirational video, Australian radiologist Dr. Troy Stapleton discusses how he's thrived with type 1 diabetes for the past 5 years by following a healthy low-carb diet based on whole food."

My thanks to Franziska Spritzler Low Carb Dietitian who has also shared this video presentation.


You can find her site here

Eddie

2 comments:

Pam Jackson said...

There has been so much on the news here in TN about the do's and don'ts and what we have been told about food. The big thing is that milk is not really good for you anymore. It is crazy....but common senses pretty much tells you how to eat I think.....thanks for stopping by my blog. You are always welcome! Thanks also for the great comment about loving my blog! Makes me happy to know that folks do like what I blog about. Crazy as it might get from time to time!!! Happy Spring....

Lowcarb team member said...

Many thanks for your comment Pam ...

As you are no doubt aware from the title of the blog we live the low carb high fat lifestyle, and do include some milk in our menu plans! Of course food and drink choices are always down to the individual ...

Jillian Kubala MS RD has written an interesting article about milk, which you and other readers may find interesting. In her closing paragraph she says:
"Milk is a nutrient-rich beverage that may benefit your health in several ways.
It’s packed with important nutrients like calcium, phosphorus, B vitamins, potassium and vitamin D. Plus, it’s an excellent source of protein.
Drinking milk and dairy products may prevent osteoporosis and bone fractures and even help you maintain a healthy weight.
Many people are unable to digest milk or choose to avoid it for personal reasons.
For those able to tolerate it, consuming high-quality milk and dairy products has been proven to provide a number of health benefits."

You can see her complete article here
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/milk-benefits

Once again thanks for your comment, and I look forward to visiting your blog again soon!

In the meantime take care

All the best Jan