"Eddie resides in the low carb foothills alongside cranks and nutritional hypochondriacs such as the "It's the wooo" blogger. From these environs he snipes and takes pot shots at registered dietitians and other medical professionals who do not conform to his fringe views."
My idea of a low carb diet that will improve health for all, especially a diabetic.
When you hear the drivel talked about the low carb lifestyle, you have to wonder about the mentality of the naysayers. They make comments such as "it's dangerous and unhealthy" or "no-one can stick to it in the long term". They talk of diseases such as scurvy, osteoporosis and conditions like bowel disorders and lack of energy, the list of negative comments is long. If the naysayers were just your run of the mill bloggers or forum members, lack of understanding about what constitutes as a good healthy diet, would be understandable, but so much dross comes from the medical profession. Many dietitians seem to be particularly lacking in sound dietary knowledge.
These are the foods I live on. Looking at a typical plate of food I eat, vegetables cover around half of the plate, the kind of vegetables in the picture, only starchy vegetables like potatoes are not included.