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Tuesday, 23 April 2019

DIABETES NEWS : How Low Carb Can Help : Plus a Favourite Recipe

Sharing some recent news relating to Diabetes and Eating Low Carb !
(please use links provided to read further details)

Landmark diabetes report says low-carb is a top option: 


A recent Western Australia government inquiry may result in a huge public health breakthrough for treatment of type 2 diabetes. The result of the inquiry, a report titled, “The Food Fix: The role of diet in type 2 diabetes prevention and management,” calls for low-carbohydrate diets to be one of three options formally offered to patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. 

The report, submitted by the Education and Health Standing Committee of Western Australia’s parliament, also says that remission, not just management, should be the goal of type 2 diabetes interventions. 

As part of the inquiry, a team of policymakers from Western Australia travelled to the UK to meet Dr. David Unwin, tour his clinic, meet a number of his patients, and enjoy a low-carbohydrate dinner. 

The report notes that Dr. Unwin learned about the value of a low-carbohydrate diet for treating type 2 diabetes by working with patients in his clinic. He found that his patients did not understand that starchy foods, such as potatoes and rice, end up breaking down into sugar in the body. He created a graphic showing that eating a five-ounce serving of rice has a similar effect on blood glucose as consuming 10 teaspoons of sugar.
please read more here

Flash back to 2016: 
UK doctor (Dr. Unwin)saves government £45K by using low carb diet to treat type 2 diabetes:
Dr Unwin more to read here



New study: A low-carb breakfast could be ideal for diabetes control:


What should you eat for breakfast if you have diabetes? We’ve always recommended that you skip the carbs and fuel up with fat and protein instead — and a new study confirms that this is excellent advice.

The study, published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has shown that eating a low-carbohydrate, high-fat breakfast can help prevent blood sugar spikes in people with type 2 diabetes:
more to read here

Word is spreading about how low-carb eating can reverse type 2 diabetes: 




Ask the general public about type 2 diabetes and the vast majority won’t know yet that the increasingly-diagnosed disorder can often be put into remission with low-carb, keto eating. 
However, word is starting to trickle out now via mainstream media …
more to read here

Favourite Low Carb Recipe -
Chicken Thighs Pan Roasted with a Chive Cream Sauce
please find details here
how about some leafy green vegetables - see here



Read more about this blogs 'Introduction to low-carb for beginners' here 

This blog brings a variety of articles and recipe ideas, and it is important to note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use a reliable meter. 

All the best Jan

26 comments:

JFM/Jan said...

Great advice.
That chicken sure looks delicious!!!

Anonymous said...

Lots to read. Chicken recipe looks delicious.

Tina

Tom said...

...my day always starts with eggs.

Miss Val's Creations said...

Great information!

Jo said...

Yum, that bacon and egg looks delicious. I just wanted to thank you for the lovely comment you left on my last post about the death of my mum, it was very much appreciated and helped so much to know that people were thinking of me at this sad time xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Very informative post, thanks. Valerie

Christine said...

The food looks good and great advice!

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Looks tasty.

God bless.

Jordi López Pérez said...

Interesante informacion. Intentaremos hacer la receta del pollo.
Saludos.

Anonymous said...

Looks and sounds amazing, my husband is one of the type two diabetics that controls his health with diet, he briefly was on medication but then we changed his diet and that was the key. He eats lower carbs but not no carb, he still eats one slice of bread a day, he eats potatoes carrots all the veggies and fruits but what he doesn’t eat is added sugar things like cakes cookies, candies, syrups, jams, he had such a sweet tooth but through moderation and diet he does perfectly, but it’s not an extreme low carb diet at all. He eats eggs every morning and his cholesterol numbers are great so that’s that!

Mary Kirkland said...

I try to eat low carb these days. It sure helped to bring my A1C down.

Sandi said...

It really is the best way to eat for all of us!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

That's an interesting post. I have started eating eggs more frequently, and I am off to read the entire study that was conducted. Thanks for sharing this, Jan.

VENTANA DE FOTO said...

Me parece genial todos los avances que hay sobre esae temay que los enfermos tengan una mayor calidad de vida.

Besos

Lowcarb team member said...

Jordi López Pérez said...
Interesante informacion. Intentaremos hacer la receta del pollo.
Saludos.

Google translate:
Interesting information. We'll try to make the chicken recipe.
Best regards.

Lowcarb team member said...

VENTANA DE FOTO said...
Me parece genial todos los avances que hay sobre esae temay que los enfermos tengan una mayor calidad de vida.

Besos

Google translate:
I think it's great all the advances on this subject and that the sick have a higher quality of life.

Kisses

Lowcarb team member said...

Thanks to everyone for their comments, they are all appreciated...

Laurie - so pleased that with a change of diet your husband can control his Type 2 Diabetes, that is what my husband Eddie did when he was first diagnosed and his blood sugar readings are still good. He finds that by eating no more than fifty carbs per day, (and most days less) higher healthy fats and moderate protein he holds good figures.

Mary - thanks for sharing that you 'try to eat low carb these days. It sure helped to bring my A1C down.' that's so good to know.

All the best Jan

Laurel Wood said...

As you know, my husband is diabetic, so we greatly appreciate this low carb info and the recipe. Thx!

Elephant's Child said...

Lovely to read that remission as well as management should be the goal. As it should for most/all? ailments.

bill burke said...

Very good advice.

dellgirl said...

This is so informative and also very helpful. Thank you for sharing this with us, just what I need.

Teresa said...

Muy interesantes todos tus reportajes. Un beso.

Lowcarb team member said...

Teresa said...
Muy interesantes todos tus reportajes. Un beso

Google translate:
Very interesting all your reports. A kiss.

William Kendall said...

The recipe looks good.

Phil Slade said...

As usual this blog presents information valuable to everyone trying to do the right things by their food intake. I'm really keen on this non-carb breakfast as a main meal. So today it's bacon, egg, tinned tomatoes and fried mushrooms at 6pm.

carol l mckenna said...

Encouraging post and wonderful yummy looking food!

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