Is The Ketogenic Diet Safe For Diabetics?

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How To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Do you have type 2 diabetes, or are you at risk for diabetes? Do you worry about your blood sugar? Then you’ve come to the right place. The disease diabetes (any type) means that you have too much sugar in your blood. This page will show you how to best check this. You can normalize your blood sugar naturally as needed – without pills, calorie counting or hunger. Many people have already done so. As a bonus, a normalized blood sugar usually makes you healthier and leaner. Table of contents: A disastrous epidemic Two types of diabetes Normalize your blood sugar Become your own evidence A disastrous epidemic What’s wrong? Why do more and more people become diabetic? In the past, before our modern Western diet, diabetes was extremely rare. The disease is now becoming more and more common. Around the world, more and more people are becoming diabetic: The number of people with diabetes is increasing incredibly rapidly and is heading towards 500 million. This is a world epidemic. Will someone in your family be affected next? Your mother, father, cousin, your child? Or you? Is perhaps your blood already too sweet? Those affected by the most common form of diabetes (type 2) normally Continue reading >>

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  1. CeeCeeMcGee

    Good morning folks! I have a question for those that may have had high blood sugar when they began the Whole 30. I am on day 11 and have seen a drastic change from when I started to now when I took my sugars in the morning. Heck, 50 more points and it will be in the normal range, so color me impressed with this meal plan. My issue, and my doctor told me this would happen, is that as my sugars come down it's triggering the hunger reflex in the body. Despite having a small portion of healthy fat with each meal, I find that I feel like I am completely famished between meals. I haven't worried much about portion control as of yet since I've known that this will be an issue. I make sure that I eat plenty of good vegetables and three small servings of fruit each day.
    I guess that I am just wondering if anyone else went through this? Once my sugars stabilize in a week or so will I not feel like I want to eat everything in sight? Thanks!

  2. SpinSpin

    Hi! I am a type1 and I have had the same wonderful results. I would experiment with bumping up your fats to keep you satisfied until your next meal. I keep to 1 or less servings of fruit a day -- typically berries or other in season fruits, nothing tropical. I would also look at bumping up your protein too and possibly try roasted veggies, as they will give you a more 'full' feeling than say eating just a salad. One of the reasons why I mentioned that I keep my fruit servings to 1 or less a day is that many people have reported hunger later in the day if they have fruit with M1.
    Play around with your amounts until you reach a point where you are able to go 4-5 hours without being hungry.

  3. MeadowLily

    I get by with one serving of berries, too for T2. I've used all of the compliant fats and a protein for any craving. Once you move from sugar burner to fat burner, those cravings for sugars will be silenced. It may take you longer than 30 days. More Fats. STAT.

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