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January 1, 2016

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I did exactly as Sarah said earlier this year and now have perfect blood work after being escorted to hospital collapsed by ambulance. Diabetes "specialists" still insist I "need" to be on many drugs for the rest of my life. I'm not suggesting this is the be all and end all but it nailed my situation and my GP just stares and says I don't know what you did but keep doing it. She's right on the money. For me it was not just about carbs. It was about not having too much carb and fats together. Eating one OR the other. I minimized carbs and it took 6 weeks to go from just about dead to fantastic..
Dr. Neal Barnard = answer for LONGTIME health. Eat what comes from the earth to get all minerals and vitamines..
dr. hallberg seems to have science behind her... i would like to see her debate dr. mcdougall over low carb vs high card diet. Dr. Hallberg is correct. Carbs are poison to people with Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes. We must avoid breads, pasta,cereal, rice, beans, sugar, and vegetables that have high carb content. Apparently we human beings must reinvent the wheel every generation. When I was young, back in the 1950's, the then current wisdom was this. If you want to maintain a healthy weight and feel good avoid BREAD, PASTA, CEREAL, RICE, BEANS, SUGAR AND VEGETABLES WITH A HIGH CARB CONTENT. The dietary recommendations of the USDA and the American Diabetes Association are highly political (favoring food manufacturers). Dr. Hallberg did not learn this information in medical school. She learned it treating real people. Very few medical doctors have any knowledge or medical school training about nutrition and diet..
1) Milk has varying degree of fats contents. 2) Carb as i said are 2 types - simple and complex. Complex carbs come from fruits and vegetables. Im surprised how CARB is labelled as POISON. 3) Readers must be given proper knowledge so they dont end up taking extreme steps and punish themselves.

Diabetes is a condition where the amount of glucose in your blood is too high because the body cannot use it properly. This is because your pancreas doesn’t produce any insulin, or not enough insulin, to help glucose enter your body’s cells – or the insulin that is produced does not work properly (known as insulin resistance)..

Please everyone, educated yourselves. If you really want to tackle diabetes then go and read Dr Neal Barnard's book (or get the DVD). Unlike this woman he presents many studies that back up his hypotheses, whereas she (and I admit I only made it through the first 11 minutes) just has a chart and many claims with no scientific evidence (or at least I didn't hear any of it). However, I did read Dr Barnard's book and can really recommend it and it is basically the opposite of what she says. He also says why it is so dangerous to eat too much fat..

+buncari i have tried her diet and then got sick and said fuck it and immediately went vegan. i have to say that being on both sides of this argument i can safely say that you can still do this low carb diet (which is best for your body) but instead of eating animal fats you can eat plant fats such as coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, etc. and if you are a pescatarian or ovotarian, you can eat fish fat or eggs. this Dr has the right formula just failed to include vegan, vegetarians, etc in her speech. my guess is that its because she is trying to appeal to the "majority" of Americans (since the meat eaters are the most diabetic/problematic) and not the minority (vegan, pesco, vegetarian, etc).

+priscilla chavarria I don't think she is trying to appeal to anybody. She is just facing reality. And she's from the midwest, where meat consumption is huge..
I'm just past one year on this diet after being diagnosed with Type 2 in November of 2014. So far the results have been amazing. I lost 70lbs, my blood glucose normalized (a1c is now 5.0) cholesterol went from being high to normal within about four months (I don't restrict fat in my diet at all) blood pressure went from 150/90 to 120/70. I'm off all meds, I sleep better and feel great. There is nothing to lose here. It's amazing what eating real food can do for you!. +Botha Lissom yeah I suppose that's true. But I'm not sure how that's relevant to my situation at all. I don't know about my pancreas specifically but had symptoms of a fatty liver when I was diagnosed with type 2. But thanks to this diet my liver seems to be functioning normally now. I would imagine the same is true of my pancreas as well if it was even a problem for me to begin with. I'm much less fat all the way around it seems. . good job! high fat diets do work in the short term and will get dieters half-way. when your weight loss stops and it will you'll need a way to continue down to 10% body fat and keep it there. starvation and inactivity is one option. the better way is to eat slow-release carbs, plenty of fresh fruit/veg and get plenty of exercise. anyone that does this while minimising fat and sugar will succeed. I don't want to lecture. just be prepared for the necessary switch to slow carb/low fat..
Vegans who eat an unprocessed diet are slim and don't get diabetes, meat eaters do get diabetes. Diabetes is caused by fat in and around the cells, its symptom is poor sugar control, its cause is fat. Why does Dr Sarah Hallberg not know this I am shocked by her ignorance, she is dangerous..

Horrible, absolutely horrible speech. Your body it suppose to be able to sugar into cells, it's the fat that get in the way of that. A high-lipid diet decreases our ability to metabolize sugar, our bodies preferred fuel source..
+Lori Letner and Scott Ethan the most important thing people can do is eat food that looks like food as close to its harvested place. I know people who claim to be vegetarians who live on pop and bread and sweets...NOT the way to health. I prefer vegetable based proteins but not 100 percent. I love a great steak!.
All well and good but the vast majority of people will NOT stay on a super low carb diet. Also, there are plenty of studies indicating high fat diet leads to other health issues. Also, the body utilizes about 180 grams of carbs/glucose a day. Yes, we can make glucose through gluconeogenesis but there is nothing wrong with a carb neutral diet even for someone with diabetes. And while, yes, a very low carb diet will help a diabetic patient reduce the need for medication, the doctor completely ignored the need for increased human activity/exercise in her discussion...not a single word! Increased activity decreases blood glucose by increasing glucose uptake into muscles. Even a 30 minute walk after a meal helps prevent sugar spikes. Also, adipose tissue is less sensitive to insulin so weight reduction is a huge benefit in most individuals. The major problem in the US is not specifically carb intake. It is meal size. We eat huge meals these days. Since the 1960/70, plate size/food portions have increase by about 40% in the US. We've gone from a 10" plate to almost a 14" plate size...and even then we pile it on. And this is NOT big pharma trying to steal your money by adjusting the guidelines to their favor. Instead, the diabetes problem is because people don't do what is needed to prevent the disease or do what is necessary to limit the disease. We all know we should eat right and exercise...yet most don't do it...so don't go blaming big pharma because you didn't do what you were supposed to do in the first place. So, while the good doctor's idea of a very low carb diet does work (although I really dislike the high fat meals as it can lead to other health issues), the issue is that most American's simply will not stick with such a diet over the long term. This can be used initially to lose weight (with exercise) and possibly reduce the need for medication. However, decreasing portion size, eating a moderate carb diet, and moderate exercise/activity work better for most individuals in the long term. Regardless of what method you chose, you have a disease that YOU have to work on. Meds won't solve everything. YOU need to take the initiative to make lifestyle changes and stick with them. Reduce food portion size, limit carbs (especially simple carbs) but don't go overboard, and get off your butt and do a little exercise..
+Huai Li Let's see, studies referenced vegan = 5, low carb is = 0. Death from cancer recorded vegan = 1 low-carb = 5780. By your logic you're 5780 times as likely to die from cancer on a low-carb diet than on a vegan diet. Since you just look at individual cases and ignore total cancer risk. High-cholesterol increases the risk of prostate and breast cancer. Saturated fat and dietary cholesterol raise serum cholesterol. Makes sense so far, right . +Huai Li Back to Steve Jobs. His case proves that being a vegan makes you rich and successful. At least by your logic. Also if we follow your logic low-carb makes you fat and increases your risk of being Asian. Of course that's nonsense. Just like your other arguments. 30% carbs is low-carb just like how 30% fat is low-fat in the study you referenced. Double standards, much Is that how you play Cherry pick flawed studies and then criticize other studies for not meeting your "high standards". You're right. Observational studies don't prove causation. Them being low-carb had nothing to do with their increased risk of cancer and death. God just hates low-carbers. That must be it. He hates them so much that he gives them cancer and sends them to an early grave despite their clearly healthier diet. Whereas Steve Jobs your n=1 does count. The other way around, meh, not so much. Yes, the majority of scientists and doctors are wrong. Low-carb is the way to go. Buy my book. Pay for a subscription to dietdoctor, buy Jimmy Moore's supplements. Buy dr. Atkins' and dr. Westman's supplements. http://low-carb-support.com/vitamins-supplements-for-atkins-diet/ That's the way to go. Also send money to my house. I will pray for you and make sure God doesn't strike you down the way he does those other low-carbers. Since divine intervention is the only thing coming between low-carb diets and longevity. Such a healthy diet and yet they die so much younger. Screw God. Why won't he just accept your movement. So frustrating. . It's so sad to see someone giving out the wrong information and promoting a diet that the world cannot sustain environmentally. She obviously doesn't know what she is talking about. . +Alex Apland Yes... but Asians not eating bread, potatoes, pasta, and sugar. Yes they eat rice... but also a whole lot of non-starchy vegetables with a lot of fiber (which count as carbs, but your body can't digest fiber so it's not absorbed). They also eat meat in smaller quantities but cook with a lot of oils. Compared to a normal "American" high carb diet, the Asian diet consumes a totally different carb composition.. +Alex Apland Comparison of low- and high-carbohydrate diets for type 2 diabetes management: a randomized trial. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26224300 Both diets achieved substantial weight loss and reduced HbA1c and fasting glucose. The LC diet, which was high in unsaturated fat and low in saturated fat, achieved greater improvements in the lipid profile, blood glucose stability, and reductions in diabetes medication requirements, suggesting an effective strategy for the optimization of T2D management. Systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials of the effects of low carbohydrate diets on cardiovascular risk factors http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-789X.2012.01021.x/abstract;jsessionid=7396D07C42DB2B84642D35158B132AF9.d04t04 LCD was shown to have favourable effects on body weight and major cardiovascular risk factors; however the effects on long-term health are unknown. Dietary carbohydrate restriction as the first approach in diabetes management: Critical review and evidence base http://www.nutritionjrnl.com/article/S0899-9007(14)00332-3/abstract1 Low carbohydrate diets should be the first point of attack in managing Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. The study suggests the need for a reappraisal of dietary guidelines due to the inability of current recommendations to control the epidemic of diabetes. The authors point to the specific failure of the prevailing low-fat diets to improve obesity, cardiovascular risk or general health, and to the persistent reports of serious side effects of commonly prescribed diabetes medications. Evidence from randomised controlled trials did not support the introduction of dietary fat guidelines in 1977 and 1983: a systematic review and meta-analysis http://openheart.bmj.com/content/2/1/e000196.full.pdf+html Dietary recommendations were introduced for 220 million US and 56 million UK citizens by 1983, in the absence of supporting evidence from RCTs. Association of Dietary, Circulating, and Supplement Fatty Acids With Coronary Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis http://annals.org/article.aspxarticleid=1846638 Current evidence does not clearly support cardiovascular guidelines that encourage high consumption of polyunsaturated fatty acids and low consumption of total saturated fats. Relationship of Insulin Resistance and Related Metabolic Variables to Coronary Artery Disease: A Mathematical Analysis http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/32/2/361.abstract Insulin resistance is likely the most important single cause of CAD. A better understanding of its pathogenesis and how it might be prevented or cured could have a profound effect on CAD. Low carbohydrate diet in type 1 diabetes, long-term improvement and adherence: A clinical audit. http://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/22650646/Low_carbohydrate_diet_in_type_1_diabetes_long_term_improvement_and_adherence:_A_clinical_audit_ Attending an educational course on dietary carbohydrate reduction and corresponding insulin reduction in type 1 diabetes gave lasting improvement. About half of the individuals adhered to the program after 4 years. The method may be useful in informed and motivated persons with type 1 diabetes. The number needed to treat to have lasting effect in 1 was 2. Note that this low (net) carb diets with Fats rich in Omega 3 and 6 with moderate protein. Many types of Vegan/Vegetarian diets are low (net) carbs..
+Trever Bull my fault... on what if it is on the video than i've poorly judged w/ watching. decided not to make time and use it diffrently. hah.
A lower-carbohydrate, higher-fat diet reduces abdominal and intermuscular fat and increases insulin sensitivity in adults at risk of type 2 diabetes. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25527677.
+Nate England I can't speak for him but it sounds like he's talking about the Randle cycle or glucose fatty-acid cycle, which is completely normal physiology when it works right. Diabetics tend to have increased intramyocellular lipids but is it a direct cause or a consequence of insulin resistance I think it's a consequence. Exercise has been shown to increase insulin sensitivity as well as intramyocellular lipids. It's known as the athlete's paradox..

+Oliver Magoo Thanks. Just a couple of days ago, I learned about the Randle Cycle. And, learning about it made me remember the many references to Dr. Barnand's study. But my confidence kept me from thinking that that might be all there was to it, at least probably. BTW, the ironic way I found out about the Randle cycle was because of the rather obxious commenter Nigel Kimbrum. He was arguing that my references were not scientific and that I should use instead, Metabolism at a Glance. Well, I had bought that book many years ago. So, I used it to prove his argument wrong and to learn about the Randle cycle. Lol!.

Read the Program for Reversing Diabetes by Dr. Neal Barnard. Diabetes is reversed via a low fat plant-based diet. Sugar is not the cause but a symptom of diabetes. Fat blocks the insulin receptors in the cells causing insulin resistance (ie the insulin can't do its job due to the fat). Please educate yourself. Sadly doctors don't learn about nutrition in school. Fat is stored when calories in is more than calories out not from insulin. Every cell of our body runs on glucose. Ketosis happens during starvation and illness. As she said people love to hear that fat is good, people love to hear good things about their bad habits. Enjoy low calorie meals, constipation and eventual heart disease. But give it a try and come back to me in a year when it doesn't work and you get tired of being overweight and avoiding yummy pancakes, pizza, pasta, bread and other amazing foods..

+Potato Strong Sorry for reposting here. This is a reply to your misconception "Fat blocks insulin receptors". A quick googling spree reveals as follows. Everyone reading this should lookup all links and walk out of darkness. :) The paper you are hinging on seems to be the following. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22660796 ="A subsequent wave of investigations produced compelling correlative evidence linking ECTOPIC LIPID deposition within skeletal myocytes to the development of obesity-associated insulin resistance " Now, lets see another paper to check out what ectopic lipids are http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18625114 = "Ectopic fat is defined by the deposition of TRIGLYCERIDES within cells of non-adipose tissue that normally contain only small amounts of fat " Finally, lets see if carbs contribute to production of triglycerides. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11584104 = "When the content of dietary carbohydrate is elevated above the level typically consumed (55% of energy), blood concentrations of triglycerides rise. This phenomenon, known as carbohydrate-induced hypertriglyceridemia, is paradoxical because the increase in dietary carbohydrate usually comes at the expense of dietary fat." HENCE, most likely carbs are the reason for your intramyocellular lipids or "Fat blocks insulin receptors". The above combined with the dietary recommendation of 45 - 65 % energy from Carbs clearly indicates that Carbs are causing insulin resistance in masses..
+Trever Bull Excess carbs make you fat because they cause sugar to be stored. And type 2 diabetes is NOT a disease that only affects over weight people. I've been on a low carb way of eating for 2 months and 100% better. Labs are completely normal now. The diet you're promoting is worthless.. Whenever I hear someone mention "Carbs," I know there is a deficiency in their nutritional knowledge. All fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, etc. have some ratio of carbohydrate/protein/fat. To simply say "Carbs," gross nutritional ignorance is indicated. She also referred to sauteed mushrooms as a "starch," which they clearly are not..
+Eric K The beans are just an example of how much carbohydrates your aloud on this diet i wasn't saying thats what you eat just giving people a reference on how little you get..
i'm permanently skinny on high carb, low fat, fresh food. Dr Sarah Hallberg is a coward. her doctorate is worthless.. +Botha Lissom VEGAN ALERT! VEGAN ALERT! Click on the name. One of his/her guru's is the freak Freelee the Banana Girl!. +Eric K I suppose you could call her a guru of sorts. the kind of guru that does... things to me... bad things [groans, strokes beard, rubs thighs whilst licking lips]. +Spoo Rin A low carb diet has REDUCED my cholesterol levels. Forr the first time in years, all my markers are normal.. I do not know if it reduces the A1c, what it does and keep my sugar level spikes my sugar manageable. I use it with the Lowest dose of meds and it works great.=>https://t.co/CLpG8YpYOv. I tried vegan for years. I was always hungry. I'm pretty sure I'm insulin resistant. It wasn't until I started this diet (also known as a ketogenic diet) that I felt in control for a long time. If your not insulin resistant you won't get it. 7 weeks lost 20 lbs and was never hungry. I feel great now.. LOL, I was a big Mcdougall follower. I followed low fat high carb healthy to the tee. I didn't touch "Vegan junk food". I have all his wife cookbooks, did the Happy herbivore (Have 2 of her cookbooks) and followed Engine two. I take this stuff seriously, so you are assuming you know me. I followed it to a tee. I am extremely hypoglycimic, dieted for years, and failed. Ketogenic works for me. It's not for everyone, but people with blood sugar issues, it works great for. I"m glad you can go the other way, but people are different.. +smartcookie76 Because she realizes that 99% of Americans will not now, nor will they ever adopt a healthy vegan diet. That means giving up meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy, along with junk carbs like bread, cereal and pasta. Nothing left to eat..
I need to know how many people here have degrees in food science or who are doctors How many people don't lead such active life styles. I really can't believe that this guy actually sat here and said that he was eating a bowl of rice and maple syrup.(he neglected to say how many miles he rides a day) I challenge all these people who say I can eat what I want and I don't have diabetes, try being sedimentary for 6 months to a year, some people are not as active as some of you. I got here because I'm in heart failure. I here and I'm trying not to be here. I'll give it a try. Hey TEDx is free get your own blog and stop Bashing people..

+Joel Shaw i lost 80lbs in 8 months on starch based 80/10/10 with zero exercise, the simple facts is all fats/oils are 9 calories per gram and carbs are 4, so by going low fat high whole food carbs you get to cut your calorie intake while increasing your portion size..
with what claws fangs and speed did we devolop these big glucose burning brains on did we eat nuts and seeds by the pound doubt it. dietary sugar paired with its natural fiber in whole form does not unnaturally spike blood sugar. sugar adding refined sugar is bad but refined oil is just as responsible. probubly worse since it carries endothelial destruction with it. unless of course you get it with omega threes. drop all the processed bullshit and cut way back on your weiners and eat like a human! high fiber ,easy digesting plant food mostly. you do not have to hug a tree and save a pig just do nott be a fucking dick and make everyone else pay for your shitty habbits... oh and milk is for babies. this whole humans do not need sugar shit is horse shit. their is a reason we like it so much. it is our survival insticts. bright color... fruits, veg, and such. you do not walk up to road kill licking your chops. even the meat you brag about is seasoned wth sugar filled dressings and spices to make it edible. use meat as a garnish if you have to have it till you grow up and can actually do the moderation thing because that was never an option wich led to the diabetes in the first place.. not vegan bro sorry. i live where food is made. i see the polution produced by these industries. i lived how fucked up the farming subsidies fuck up freemarkets. i have taken control of my declining health over the past few years and helped a few people around me do the same. i dont need a label to defend the right choice. i also am not throughing my uggs away any time soon its cold here bruh! i have strong opinions on most subjects and all well informed..
+Eric K​ See once again you were wrong and that's why nobody should listen to low carbers you guys don't even know the definition of words that you use..
It's a really interesting type 2 diebetes talk by Sarah Hallberg. You're right about ignoring the guidelines but i still believe that in order to reverse diabetes it's necessary to get a full program such as David Andrew's or some few other's highly recommended by experts programs. Thank you for the talk!.
She is SO SO SO wrong with the statement, "Insulin resistance is a state of carbohydrate toxicity." Insulin resistance is a state of FAT TOXICITY. Diabetes is caused from the excess fat that we eat in our diet and that fat is then stored in our muscle tissue. Fat then surrounds our cells and insulin cannot enter, due to the fat creating a barrier around our insulin cells. Once we reduce our fat intake to 30 grams or less each day, we are now able to manage our diabetes. This is the process of going from insulin resistant to insulin sensitivity. Take it from me... I am a type 1 diabetic and I was following Dr. Robert Young's pH Miracle Diet, which is exactly what this woman is talking about- high fat and insanely low carb. I was on this diet for 4 months and although I was only taking 1-2 units of insulin per day, within in 2 months I literally felt like I was dying: I couldn't think straight, I couldn't exercise without feeling like I was going to pass out (and my blood sugar was always normal), I developed the worst food cravings, which quickly turned into an eating disorder of binging and purging (something I had NEVER struggled with until I started starving myself of carbohydrates). Overall, this approach works if you want to take just a tiny bit of insulin per day, but that is NOT NATURAL. A normal pancreas produces 46 units of insulin per day, everyday. The key here is switching your diet to a high carb LOW FAT VEGAN DIET. The moment I transitioned to this diet, my blood sugar improved as well as my insulin sensitivity, and this way of eating literally healed my mind and emotions. My "eating disorder" completely vanished, I exercise/run miles several times a week, I'm loosing weight, and I have never been happier in my life. I can eat up 500g of carbs per day and take less than 30 units of insulin. Fellow type 1's who have been eating this way for much longer than me, eat up to 650 grams carbohydrates per day and take around 20 units of insulin. This approach is amazing. Check out Dr. Mcdougall, Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Doug Graham 80/10/10, all of who advocate a high carb, low fat vegan diet. This way of managing diabetes is truly magical... especially coming from someone like myself who has been on both sides..
+Eric K Im not claiming to be perfect but i am going to give the honest truth of what is the best way to eat. Lots of people are extremely sick and need to be extremely clean eating in order to get there health back under control. These types of diets just confuse people to much on what is healthy, and in the end they eat a high fat high carb diet that makes them sick.. +The Healthy Diabetic Comparison of low- and high-carbohydrate diets for type 2 diabetes management: a randomized trial. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26224300 Both diets achieved substantial weight loss and reduced HbA1c and fasting glucose. The LC diet, which was high in unsaturated fat and low in saturated fat, achieved greater improvements in the lipid profile, blood glucose stability, and reductions in diabetes medication requirements, suggesting an effective strategy for the optimization of T2D management. Systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials of the effects of low carbohydrate diets on cardiovascular risk factors http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-789X.2012.01021.x/abstract;jsessionid=7396D07C42DB2B84642D35158B132AF9.d04t04 LCD was shown to have favourable effects on body weight and major cardiovascular risk factors; however the effects on long-term health are unknown. Dietary carbohydrate restriction as the first approach in diabetes management: Critical review and evidence base http://www.nutritionjrnl.com/article/S0899-9007(14)00332-3/abstract1 Low carbohydrate diets should be the first point of attack in managing Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. The study suggests the need for a reappraisal of dietary guidelines due to the inability of current recommendations to control the epidemic of diabetes. The authors point to the specific failure of the prevailing low-fat diets to improve obesity, cardiovascular risk or general health, and to the persistent reports of serious side effects of commonly prescribed diabetes medications. Evidence from randomised controlled trials did not support the introduction of dietary fat guidelines in 1977 and 1983: a systematic review and meta-analysis http://openheart.bmj.com/content/2/1/e000196.full.pdf+html Dietary recommendations were introduced for 220 million US and 56 million UK citizens by 1983, in the absence of supporting evidence from RCTs. Association of Dietary, Circulating, and Supplement Fatty Acids With Coronary Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis http://annals.org/article.aspxarticleid=1846638 Current evidence does not clearly support cardiovascular guidelines that encourage high consumption of polyunsaturated fatty acids and low consumption of total saturated fats. Relationship of Insulin Resistance and Related Metabolic Variables to Coronary Artery Disease: A Mathematical Analysis http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/32/2/361.abstract Insulin resistance is likely the most important single cause of CAD. A better understanding of its pathogenesis and how it might be prevented or cured could have a profound effect on CAD. Low carbohydrate diet in type 1 diabetes, long-term improvement and adherence: A clinical audit. http://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/22650646/Low_carbohydrate_diet_in_type_1_diabetes_long_term_improvement_and_adherence:_A_clinical_audit_ Attending an educational course on dietary carbohydrate reduction and corresponding insulin reduction in type 1 diabetes gave lasting improvement. About half of the individuals adhered to the program after 4 years. The method may be useful in informed and motivated persons with type 1 diabetes. The number needed to treat to have lasting effect in 1 was 2. Note that this low (net) carb diets with Fats rich in Omega 3 and 6 with moderate protein. Many types of Vegan/Vegetarian diets are low (net) carbs.. I have adopted this form of diet since I was diagnosed in 2011. Unfortunately, I require both this diet, insulin, and oral medication in order to control my sugars. My carb intake is probably less than 20 per day; carbs from foods like tomatoes and the like. I 100% agree with her talk in that it truly does help reduce people's diabetic symptoms and can effectively "reverse" diabetes in the sense that with the lifestyle change, they'll not need those medications. There are a group of us, however, who do require both medication and this low/no-carb lifestyle. That being said, if I didn't adopt this lifestyle, I'd definitely be dead right now. Thank you for this talk, Dr. Hallberg. I hope this message spreads further so that the common place is a carb-free lifestyle. And thank you uploader for uploading this video..
+masael255 Can you do me a favor and keep track of what you eat tomorrow. I want to know what your typical day. The rough weight of the item you eat like chicken, cheese, and volume of fluids, and the name and size of any packaged item you eat..
By this argument every asian eating a traditional diet should have diabetes and be fat I don't think so :-) Eating a plantbased diet with a low fatcontent has shown better results than the recomended guidelines for people with diabetes..
+CRasch NET The issue concerns much more than increased testing. The traditional diet relatively high in carbohydrate isn't the problem. Urban areas of China are now consuming the on the west style diet heavier in fatty land animal products such as beef, pork, and eggs. They also eat junk foods made of refined grains with added fat and sugar and sugar-sweetened beverages. The modern foods are highly palatable, calorie dense, and readily available. They also displace to some extent healthier foods that were previously eaten, such as whole grains and beans The urban populations have a higher income which allows them to buy more food and food that is higher in the more expensive animal products. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2014-07/25/content_17927772.htm.

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Our bodies obviously need glucose to survive and runs on it- even our cells are made up of it... so sugar doesn't seem to be the underlying issue here right This video, (like most), only describes what happens to the body without insulin, and the reasons of it’s symptoms, however, not the underlining cause. No one seems to be able to tell us why the pancreas just decides to stop creating insulin of Type 2 Diabetes, which happens to be expanding rapidly - and so does today's waist line. I hear loosing fat is a way to cure/prevent it - so what's the correlation there Is it connected with the pancreas ability to produce insulin or is the fat in bloodstream and on the cell walls or lining of the veins blocking or prohibiting the insulin from unlocking the receptors I’m just trying to connect the dots here.
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both. Patients with high blood sugar will typically experience polyuria (frequent urination), they will become increasingly thirsty (polydipsia) and hungry (polyphagia).. Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy. With type 1 diabetes, your body does not make insulin. With type 2 diabetes, the more common type, your body does not make or use insulin well. Without enough insulin, the glucose stays in your blood. You can also have prediabetes. This means that your blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to be called diabetes..
never mind Scott! I googled and wrote everything I need to know in my note book of what TSH means and GGTP!...having triglycerides is caused by other conditions like obesity, diabetes, kidney, and Thyroid problems. ect..
Ramona diabetes run in the family! a yr ago I was diagnosed with diabetes.. couple months ago I was diagnosed with thyroid problems! therefore I am sick!!. Hi I have type 1 diabetes taking two types of insulin and about 6typs of pills. I had a burst vain in my throat witch has left me needing a liver transplant. My feet and lower legs have bad verve ends. Has any one had the nerve ends made better, thank you.
and another thing, Ramona..I've had cateract for five months now! I don't have insurance or anything!! I DO have another eye examination in few weeks to have my eye checked out!! I do wear glasses to see!!.
what different kinds of features of type1 and type2 diabetes mellitus and how do check about prevalence in adults and juvenile 2 maturity onset in DM means . Prevention and treatment involve a healthy diet, physical exercise, not using tobacco and being a normal body weight. Blood pressure control and proper foot care are also important for people with the disease.. As your pancreas restores, your bIood sugar levels will drop even though you’re injecting the same amount of insuIin. Note: This is when you can gradually start to lower the units of insulin you take everyday… They’re your first steps to freedom from Diabetes medication and insulin shots!. I sadly found out yesterday that I have type 2 diabetes. Right now I'm in the hospital cuz my blood sugar is really high.. Hey, I was suffering from last 4 yrs. now I got one very effective product for diabetic. its not a medicine, and you can use it for long run...
Thanks for your videos. They are really helpful because they help me understand more about diabetes and activities inside our bodies..
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>>I feel worried about constantly checking blood levels being a former diabetes sufferer imagined I would undoubtedly die with diabetes>>.

Why would there be itchiness of the skin if i had to guess i would say the high glucose level triggers inflammation... which leads to itchiness.
It sucks because daily it feels like the frostbite I got years back, this time though it can be a warm place..
Finally I will be able to talk to a doc about this. I am a bit worried though due to numbness and loss of circulation in my toes. Please note if you need to comment, I am not overweight but am underweight!.
+John Richard I guess so John... I knew some people who had a very similar case... Add me on facebook and I would be more than happy to help you out personally... https://www.facebook.com/sohail.iqbal.7528. +kinghailz786 hi Kinghailz786, i would also like to know anything that helps with Diabetes, cure, treatment, mangement or anything that lower Blood sugar etc etc. thank you..i sent u freind request on FB. This video is very informative. I'm so scared now after watching this video warning me about the complication of diabetes. Now I gotta rethink what I eat and drink. I thought diabetes is not a serious enough disease and that as long as I can manage it, everything will be okay. The best thing to do something about diabetes is not to have it in the first place.. I don't like diabetes. I'm scared of it. I rather not have it at all. I eat chocolates everyday. I eat and drink sodas everything. Ummmm... Am I okay Am I non-diabetic :[ I hope I won't have it. I'm 41 and man.. You don't get diabetes by eating or drinking too much sugar, if that was the case then EVERYONE would have it. There are other types of suger than the that white "substance" you find in candy. There's sugar in potatoes, there's sugar in bread and there's even a slight amount of sugar in carrots.. Great education video. Your video informs, educates & inspires people around the world. Thanks from Thailand.. Thank you for the video! I keep telling my wife she to not get this like I did but she does not listen to me! She keeps on sitting around!. Great videos. I'm a paramedic student and these videos break it down more simply than the books do. Thank you for posting all of these! They're a big help..
Why is atheroesclerosis a long-term problem of diabetes It's because obese people are more likely to have DM 2.
That is correct but also because - Glucose in the blood due to its high concentration can bind with circulating proteins without the help of enzymes (glycation) and form AGEs (advanced glycation end products) which can become incorporated on artery walls and form plaques with help of macrophages .
+Ardit Alili Thanks for your answer! Do you know if the AGEs have anything to do with the hba1c Thank you once again! ;).
This is a great video but I believe many of the causes of getting diabetes is due to eating unhealthy and foods that are non organic. If these two issues are solved than we wouldn't have to worry about the rising healthcare costs..
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Wait if the receptors are closed how do the people with this disease live or move I mean have energy .
I wish Youtube had a translation option. I am willing to prepare Turkish subtitles for your videos. .
When watching the complexity of living organs and how they colaborate to each others, Evolution sounds more and more ridiculous to me. Excelente vid explanation.. Anyone tried Diabno It is diabetes reversal (google "diabno" for info). Apparently works to stimulate insulin production..
Very informative presentation! How could i purchase a copy presentationPlease let me know.Looking forward.Thanks..
ofcourse there was something before bigbang: a supernova (a very large star) witch exploded into it leading to the forming of the planets AND i didn't said that the bigbang created the human and other life forms the EVOLVED from CELLS..
I'm afraid that I might have diabetes. I get thirsty more and I have to pee more often. Is this diabetes or something else And can diabetes be cured :/.
Type 2 diabetes can be REVERSED with a diet in time. Eat food that occurs naturally. No fibre food - don't eat it. Avoid Meat/Dairy for good measure. Do it for a month for a start, and I believe it will help immensely. . It is a great video and i will definitely show to my parents. However it is a little bit confusing when talking about abnormal receptors. It exhibits in a way as T2DM is only a genetically inherited disease instead of factors such as overweight.. So sorry for your loss. My mother is a Type 2 diabetic, and she appreciated seeing the information in this animation. If you think this animation is valuable for patients, please encourage others to "watch and share" it. . Okay Mr.Science, you must know that in every chemical reaction there is no creation of material, there is only transformation, so to have a "bigbang" there must have been things before, where those stuff came from BTW your logic is completely bold, when you see the complexity of the human body you must think that this cant be the creation of a BigBang whatever, there must be a hand behind it all. A wise man once said: "Little science takes you away from God but more of it takes you to Him". 2 nucleusanimationI I have type 2 diabetes, thank you so much for uploading this video, can you please make an video of the complication of type 2 diabetes such as renal failure, blindness, neuropathy, etc..
This is a Great Video. I do lectures across the US and Caribbean to Physicians, Cardiologists, Nutritionists and so on about Diabetes and its effects. Enough can't be said about a good video to convey simple science to many people! I'm sharing it on my facebook Page. Thanks for the suggestion. David.
And therefor suggesting unavoidable long term damage to the body and organs via increasing amount of cells that can't function properly due to lack of energy. Seems like this the real killer of type 2. what causes insulin resistance medication for this Is this the focus of the cure. I thought my mom just had the insulin producing problem and therefor manageable by insulin injections. but this is like a longterm cancer where it only gets worse. correct me if im wrong. thx for video.. Thank you so much for this video! I have a project on Type 2 Diabetes and this video answered all of my questions! (:. wonderful work you helped me and who does not thank people does not thank Allah so thank you very much go on.
Are you sure that DKA occurs in T2DM We got taught in nutrition that it only happens in T1DM could you please explain this .

Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome is a life threatening syndrome that can occur in the patient with diabetes who is able to produce enough insulin to prevent DKA but not enough to prevent severe hyperglycemia, osmotic diuresis, and extracellular fluid depletion.

I used diabno and that has sorted my sugar levels. You should look into it if you're diabetic too - check "Diabno" on google for info to see what I mean.

A disease that can kill isn't funny. I don't find dying funny. I have type 2 diabetes and had health complications and realized I needed help. I got lucky and am surviving, but many die from Diabetes. I digress, you're insensitive whether you have diabetes or not, and Family Guy is the least funny animated TV show I can think of with practically no storyline..

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Something about blood types though, I read a book several years ago which seems to be true in my opinion If you have type 2 diabetes and are type "A" blood simply don't eat any red meat all all. Type "A" blood people were created to be like the Brontosaurus not the T-Rex. The proof is this I know two identical twins with type "A" blood both were eating red meat both weighed the same with A1c's at or around 6.5 one gave up red meat and eats veggies chicken and fish and he has had a normal A1C for over a year now. The other has not and loves his red meats and his A1c is still climbing.I do believe type "O" blood can do a diet like the Atkins diet because they are more like the T-Rex. Now this being said I am not a Dr. and have no medical claims to back me up this is just my opinion on what I observed.But if I were to guess I would say this fella speaking has type "O" blood.. The day I was diagnosed with diabetes (2 months ago) I stopped eating all refined sugars, all starchy foods, all wheat products and all high sugar fruits. My blood glucose dropped from a fasting 335 to 150 within 24 hours. It spiked a few times as I tried different foods to see their effects but since then I am averaging 135 while not fasting. I am on the metformin and some vitamin supplements but that is all. I am still fighting the neuropathy but am actively working on it. I am not over weight at all (5'8" at 168# and muscular) and didn't lose weight with the diet change BUT I lost 3 inches on my tummy (down to 31 inches).The funny thing is that when I went to the doctor a week ago he told me I need to start eating carbs... not a chance.. People don't realize that even drinking diet soda, is bad for you if you are even border line diabetic. I stopped drinking them years ago and lost weight and I believe it has helped.. >>No more needles. No more expensive and... contrary to popular belief... dangerous diabetes medications (more on this in just a moment). No more finger pricking or test strips. No more trips to the doctor for tests after disappointing test disappointing. No more frustration and embarrassment. No more boring and tasteless diabetic friendly food that does nothing but leave a hole in your wallet>>.
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I tried the LCHF diet and it makes me feel ill, my legs and arms feel like lead and i just want to sleep, as soon as i eat carbs i feel energetic. I also can't eat fresh cream, yogurts or pure butter it makes vomit so what can i do to remedy this I'm not diabetic my husband was diagnosed 6 weeks ago with type 2 and he is doing well and still craves carbs..
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its good is this. in the end you try the diet and see if it works for you. one thing i wouldn't do though. i would never buy an unlicensed supplement. as it is i am not diebetic or pre diabetic and my diet is about 50% carbs following https://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/preventing-heart-disease/healthy-eating and http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/loseweight/pages/healthyfoodswaps.aspx Hope this may help some people. i am not suggesting this is a cure for people with type 2 diabetes.its just for healthy eating..

You mean this guy, as a medical doctor, didn't know that carbohydrate intake is DIRECTLY related to hyperglycemia Even my eleven year old daughter can make that correlation..
This works. I know someone who is 80 and diabetic. For 15 years under the care of the medical establishment he got steadily worse, ending in Type 1. After 2 weeks on the no carb diet, he got off of his insulin, and was in the upper range of normal. He also lost his cravings for sugar and carbs. I am sure that the medical establishment is very regretful. Now all those profits from an every progressing disorder will be taken from them. Health is anti profit.. I read a lot of great reviewson the net about how exactly Hybetez Remedy (look on google search engine) can help you cures your diabetes naturally. Has anyone tested out this popular hypertension treatment. How to treat #Diabetes naturally without drugs, pills, or #insulin injections: https://t.co/2qqBfOgjgv. If you love your life and not take this comment as a joke and you want to cure of diabetes type 2 please whatsapp me it's free and diabetes will never come back again here is my whatsapp 03025284769. As shown by this thread full of spamming the management of diabetes is severely hampered by greed and commercialism. To survive diabetes, you need to find a cave some where without a tv or a pc next to a farmers market. Then eat fruits and vegetables, and eat them within an 8 hour or less window each day (intermittent fasting). Dont eat processed foods of any kind. Dont eat grains, but do eat good fats, so forget about calories. Eat for nutrient density, which means you have to learn which foods have the highest concentration of nutrients forget the foods that are calories with no nutrients. This works, and its the only plan that does. You need to have a balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fats every day. So if some one tells you dont eat carbohydrates, or protein, or fat, ignore them. Just find out which ones give you the most nutrients and re-build your diet to include as many of those as possible. Don't eat the same thing all the time. You will be healthy, and you will smile as you realize you are no longer one of the sick, fat people..
The cold sore on the doctors lip could be eliminated if he took L-Lysine daily. I used to have cold sores very big and painful ones. I take 2000 mg of L-Lysine and no long have cold sores..
Finally persuaded my folks (both T2 diabetics) to go HFLC. My mum is overweight and has lost 4kg in a week. . I bet that not one of the people who voted 'thumbs down' on this video, watched the whole thing, and then followed the method faithfully.. I'm scared that I might have diabetes, I have all the symtoms and I keep gaining weight. Is a blood test enough to find out My plan to avoid sugar never lasts a whole day, I just can't and I tell myself I'll start tomorrow. I have to eat sweets everyday or I'll feel extremely sad and suicidal. .
+m3rcury Look up Dr Neal Barnard on his diabetes lectures. You don't need to give up carbs, fruit and sugar to reverse type 2 diabetes. He recommends a plant based, low fat, high carbohydrate diet. Eating fat and meat to cure diabetes is madness..
The entire medical establishment, including the government, the educational system, and the media, has no interest in curing any of the big diseases like obesity, cancer, diabetes, etc. In fact, they often actively work to silence those in the system who have answers to these disorders. There is no money in health. Chronic disease is where it is at to maximize profits. The system runs off of these profits and plays along.. If you want to cure diabetes type 2 watch Dr Neal Barnard. This Jay Wortman person will die like Atkins or earlier from stroke.. +David Duhn Diabetes Cure - Start Destroying Your Diabetes. Get the Complete Diabetes Destroyer System ::: Begin here ==>> naturaIdiabetescure.blogspot.co.uk :::. All I gotta say is holy Shit it works! Im NOT selling anything, no hocus pocus, No Bullshit im just a regular guy with type 2 and numbers were over 300 and I am now around 116-120. It really worked I watched this video and cut out all the starchy foods no bread no pasta no white rice anything with a lot of carbs is out! The internet is an amazing place.
Well to be honest, i don't think that s simple dietary change can cure type 2 diabetes. I think it's necessary to get a full diabetes cure program such as Dr Paul's or some others highly recommended by experts programs. Thank you for the video anyway.

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Sorry Dr Wortman but I disagree. Lowering carb & sugar intake merely treat the SYMPTOMS of Type 2 diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes is an INSULIN RESISTANCE problem.. This can easily be cured. It's a dietary problem. As you know, the body's cells have insulin receptors that are basically saying to cells "Open up I have some energy (Glucose) for you" Unfortunately the body's cells have become 'clogged' with (basically), fat.. To CURE diabetes Type 2,one needs to reverse the body's Insulin Resistance. This can be done via dietary means and usually takes between 2 days to 6 weeks. The 'well feeling' you experienced when you cut out carbs / sugar is because refined sugar is bad for you in so many other ways. By cutting out carbs and sugar you are merely treating the symptom, not the cause. Metformin and like drugs do the same thing. Just because you may be managing to keep your blood/glucose to (roughly) within normal levels does not mean you are cured of Type 2 diabetes. It means that you are simply counteracting the effect / symptom of Type 2 diabetes (which is high blood/glucose). To TRULY cure Type 2, simply eat less (to lose weight) and exercise a bit (say 20 min walk, 3 times a week). You may not appear to have a fat problem from the exterior, but it's the internal fat (mainly around the liver and pancreas) that is one of the causes. The main problem though is that your liver is already saturated with glycogen. This means that the glucose stays in your bloodstream. Since the Insulin Resistance is caused by the bodys cells being clogged up with fat, one of the best ways of reversing this is to greatly reduce intake of saturated fat. However, reducing overall calorie intake will work better and quicker if you can manage it. I tried just eating less but snacking was too tempting. I managed it by using the 5:2 Fast Diet.: * Eat what you like (carbs too but yes, it's best to cut down) and * FAST (limit yourself to 600 calories) for 2 days of the week.. Did you know that 99.9% of Type 2 diabetics who have a gastric band applied are cured It's simply that they are eating far less (or physically cant eat anywgere near as much). Well, you don't need to get a gastric band, just fast for 2 days out of every week (does not have to be consecutive days).. This will have two main effects that will actually cure Type 2: 1. You will lose weight (much faster internal fat reduction than outer fat) 2. By Fasting for 2 days a week, you are forcing your body to use the Glycogen stored in the liver for energy.. Light exercise will trigger the body to produce energy (in this case, to use the glycogen saturated liver to release it to give the body energy). Once the liver's glycogen content is reduced to 'normal' levels, your excess blood/glucose will be metabolized into Glycogen and stored in the (now not glycogen saturated) liver. The body's cells will be purged of the fat that is causing the insulin resistance. Once your insulin resistance (and hence blood/glucose) returns to normal, you can 'maintain' your reduced calorie intake by fasting just once a week (or if you can, change eating habits, just less calories every day. It works. Try it. To add: if the supplements (chromium, vanadium, cinnammon, green tea, fresh green vegetables) do not manage to reduce/remove the SYMPTOM of Typ 2 (i.e the high blood/glucose) then I still do not recommend drugs like Metformin. They are a big-pharma drug used to kep type 2 diabetes sufferers taking it for the rest of their lives. It is a medical disgrace that medical doctors dtreat Type 2 as a degenerative chronic disease when its COMPLETELY curable. Doctors are greedy and bigPharma should be jailed! As long as your blood/glucose is not too high above normal then it will not be high enough for long enough to have adverse or long effects. Your Type 2 Diabetes will be gone within 6 weeks.. However, how much healthier is eating wholegrain bread rather than white bread. How much healthier is removing refined sugar from your daily diet (the slice of Birthday cake on a special day is no biggie). How much healthier is eating unprocessed food How much healthier is eating fresh green vegetables All these dietary changes will make you / your body feel and be much healthier anyway and will stop your liver from again becoming saturated with glycogen. Lowering carbs and sugar just lowers blood/glucose are a good thing, but the Type 2 (the Insulin Resistance) will still there until you make your body use the glycogen in the liver. Then you will find that what really counts (HgBA1C will return to normal).. Many religions have fasting periods. They cleanse the body of toxins as well as exercising their ability to refrain from food. (whether for their religion or whatever). Mankind historically has always gone hungry for 1-2 days or longer (e.g. if hunts were unsuccessful). Fasting (whether forced or deliberate) actually keeps the body healthy..
+AsILoveMyself ILoveYou Yeah I know. I'm only getting the book to give the book to a family member that won't listen to me. The book says the same thing you say about how to cure.

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First of all everyone needs their genes mapped. What works for some does not work for others. Our foods play a huge role in diabetics but now they are lowering the limits on diabetics and listing more as diabetics that are not diabetics. Today's doctors are more interested prescribing a pill than curing unfortunately. . This is a very good and positive interview but remember... even this doc says he is still insulin resistant.Meaning that he still has diabetes but he is controlling his condition. I am doing the same, There is no cure for diabetes. Once your pancreas fails it will always fail. A normal healthy person can eat a plate full of carbs and a healthy pancreas ans liver can deal with it with no problem and with ease. A diabetic can not deal with this hence having to go on a paleo/atkins/keto approach. If this doctor returned to a "normal" diet of carbs and fat he would balloon in weight and his blood sugar would increase within a day. He is a diabetic. again There is NO CURE. ONCE A DIABETIC ALWAYS A DIABETIC. Control is key here.. Correct. This is a way to minimize or avoid complications. You can't eat whatever you want but you can be healthy despite still having the metabolic disorder. I have gone the paleo route before and actually like it. I just don't crave carbs after a month or two. If you fall off the wagon for more than a day or two the carb cravings return. If you look at diabetes as an underlying disorder there is no cure and it can't be reversed. If you look at it as having a body chemistry that is maladapted to a modern diet and better adapted to a hunter gatherer diet then it somehow doesn't seem quite so bad. . I agree with you, but the part about the pancreas not being able to come back once it fails is false. I know someone who ended up in the hospital once his pancreas failed with 800 blood sugar. He was put on insulin for half a year and became Type 1. Later on this low/no carb diet he got off of his insulin and has stayed that way for months until the present. He pancreas must be working because he controls his blood sugar with insulin from his pancreas..
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How do u live with urselves There are people like u out there who are suffering and all u think of is how to rip them off Give them false hope! How do u sleep at night Do u have conscience Is making money so important that u ruin peoples lives for it! .
+Marsen Fekaj honestly how are they making money on this the pharma industry is making money from diabetes medication..
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I'm on Metformina and different previous and expensive similar medication for about 7 years just before I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. I keep an average level between 120 and 160 sugar level before breakfast, cooking and eating traditional food but, of course, including some carbohydrate moderately. I'm 1,58 m for 80 kg (30 kg overweight with a huge abdomen and swelling feet and legs). My oncologist told me that at my age (66) there's no way I'll lose weight or manage to change my physical shape :-( In Spain, rice and potatoes are also part of the basic healthy Mediterranean diet. My aim is to stop feeling so sleepy after eating or when I delay a meal, peeing several times at night or having to desperately locate the toilets every time I leave the house for shopping, lacking energy to undertake any domestic task or taking a short walk because I'm short-breathed (COLD) within the few first minutes. Therefore I'm willing to modify my diet but, as I face the issue now, what would my first meal (breakfast) consist of if I can't have a slice of toasted bread Are cereals allowed I heard no fruits... It all looks very complicated. Who can help me or where can I get help from Dr Jay Wortman's video has given me some hope ! Thank you !.

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December 12, 2015
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December 9, 2015
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November 28, 2015

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December 31, 2015
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December 17, 2015
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January 1, 2016
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January 2, 2016

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November 8, 2015
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December 3, 2015
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December 24, 2015
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December 18, 2015

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January 29, 2016
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January 22, 2016
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October 27, 2015
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November 3, 2015

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November 20, 2015
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January 27, 2016
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December 16, 2015
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December 2, 2015

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December 5, 2015
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December 15, 2015
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December 8, 2015
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November 10, 2015

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November 6, 2015
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November 16, 2015
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January 5, 2016
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December 13, 2015

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November 13, 2015
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December 14, 2015
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January 8, 2016
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January 17, 2016

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December 25, 2015
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January 18, 2016
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January 6, 2016
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November 27, 2015

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December 4, 2015
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January 14, 2016
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November 15, 2015
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January 13, 2016

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December 30, 2015
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November 5, 2015
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November 18, 2015
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November 26, 2015

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November 22, 2015
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January 30, 2016

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December 20, 2015

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January 25, 2016

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November 25, 2015

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November 4, 2015

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November 9, 2015

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January 7, 2016

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January 23, 2016

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December 23, 2015

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November 7, 2015

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